- The double slit experiment: It's been scientifically proven that matter behaves differently when observed. This could be because the pixels of the hologram are affected by our focus on them. It makes more sense for a computer to be adjusting this, than for it to just happen because of physical properties of matter (I realize they are the same thing, but in concept they are different).
- Quantum entanglement: Two particles which have been entangled, moving simultaneously at any distance. This seems kind of mind blowing until you realize that if a computer is telling them to move simultaneously it's no big deal. In fact, distance itself would merely be an illusion, in the same way that you perceive enormous environments in your dreams, even though it's all happening in a tiny brain.
- DNA: DNA is essentially a .rar file for life. The DNA structure is a container specifically coded to interface with the user (Awareness). Although the process of expanding the image is automated by the computer, it's designed to contain consciousness adding to the seeming infinite experiences one can have through a DNA holographic organism.
- The unanswerable questions of the universe: Does it have an edge? What was it before it was the universe? What sparked the big bang? Why is it speeding up? Although still hard to answer, the answers would make a lot more sense if we view it is a holographic projection, rather than some thing that just exists. (Yes, that was sort of a cop out, but important to consider. I'll probably make a single post about that topic.)
Onto the mystical stuff
- The Akashic records: People who have had mystical experiences often speak of a place that exists which records the information of everything that has ever happened. Now before you say that's impossible, how can anything record all these particles for all these years, consider the hard drive in your computer. Surely, you could not imagine keeping track of all the bits of information in your own head, but there's no problem with believing a machine can do it. Well, that's sort of what the akashic records must be. It's been described as an enormous disk type structure with two sides where all of history has been recorded. If we're living in a holographic projection being powered by a computer, it's simply the hard drive.
- The OBE: Consider that the user of the computer is "awareness" in any form of life, and consider that their bodies are the controller with the brain being the wire harness, or interface. When the controller malfunctions, so does the experience (mental disorders, missing limbs, disease), and when it breaks completely, you remove yourself from it. The most convincing argument against OBE's has been the "AWARE" experiment where signs and objects are placed in a hospital room where only somebody having an OBE can observe them. So far nobody who's had on OBE has seen any of them...But maybe that's because once you leave the controller, your world becomes something completely separate from the virtual world in the holographic universe. I agree this is a very complicated idea, which is almost pushing it, but if we're in a holographic universe from inside a controller, it would have to be different without it.
- The NDE: There are MANY people who've described seeing particles as coded pixels, and described becoming instantly aware that our entire reality is essentially virtual in this life. Completely artificial, with the only real things being our awareness, and our feelings. Which kind of goes hand and hand with a blog I wrote about how hormones don't create emotions, but rather trigger them.
Anyways. That's enough for now. Just wanted to write some thoughts out.