In conventional holography, every hologram pixel contributes to each object. So it is not unreasonable to expect that the Quantum Hologram shares this principle – every Bit (Planck Area, smallest piece of information possible) is part of the whole, and we are all connected at a fundamental, unchanging level. The Zen aphorism brought into the digital realm. This picture calls the large view “Wasted information,” which supports my conjecture that all information not currently within any particular observer’s sphere of observation is what we call “Dark Matter.” It’s all real information, you are just not viewing (synced with) it.
As all holograms, the Quantum Hologram is fractal and recursive in nature
The Church of Zero
If there were three people side-by-side observing the hologram in this picture, they would be looking at it from three different locations, and thus seeing three slightly different images. Exactly as we experience our reality.
The principles of holography can be applied seamlessly to the Quantum Hologram, giving us tools to analyze and extrapolate. The QH is real (it is simply a definition of the leading edge of the expansion of the Universe) so there should be a way to deconstruct it. From my perspective it would appear there either are at least two classes of entities within the QH – sentient observers, whose presence is mathematically necessary, and the rest of the stuff that appears to populate the world but not necessarily alter it) or there is only one class of object in the QH, which is then essentially photon soup.
But the bottom line is that every part of a hologram contains the whole, implying that the QH is fractal and recursive in nature, like a Mandelbrot figure. It also gives significant weight to the spiritualist claim that “We Are All One.”