DOI: 10.14704/nq.2009.7.4.260

Holographic Principle and Quantum Physics

Zoltan Batiz, Bhag C Chauhan


The concept of holography has lured philosophers of science for decades, and is becoming more and more popular in several front areas of science, e.g. in the physics of black holes. In this paper we try to understand things as if the visible universe were a reading of a lower dimensional hologram generated in hyperspace. We performed the whole process of creating and reading holograms of a point particle in a virtual space by using computer simulations. We claim that the fuzziness in quantum mechanics, in statistical physics and thermodynamics is due to the fact that we do not see the real image of the object, but a holographic projection of it. We found that the projection of a point particle is a de Broglie-type wave. This indicates that holography could be the origin of the wave nature of a particle. We have also noted that one cannot stabilize the noise (or fuzziness) in terms of the integration grid-points of the hologram, it means that one needs to give the grid-points a physical significance. So we futher claim that the space is quantized, which supports the basic assumption of quantum gravity. Our study in the paper, although is more qualitative, yet gives a smoking gun hint of a holographic basis of the physical reality.


holography, holographic principle, quantum mechanics

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