We may live in a holographic projection of another, flat version of life, being lived in a two-dimensional surface at the edge of this universe. Seeing our universe as a hologram could solve some of the biggest problems in quantum physics, such as "spooky action at a distance," also known as quantum entanglement, in which two particles become entangled and when something happens to one of them, it instantly happens to the other.
This violates Einstein's theory about the speed of light. What exactly is a hologram? It's a 3-D photograph made by a laser. To make a hologram, an object to be photographed is first bathed in the light of a laser beam, then a second laser beam is bounced off the reflected light of the first one and the area where the two laser beams meet is captured on film. When the film is developed, it looks like a meaningless swirl of light and dark lines. But as soon as the developed film is illuminated by ANOTHER laser beam, a three-dimensional image emerges.
Quantum physicist David Bohm believes that objective reality does not exist, despite its apparent solidity. Instead, he thinks that the universe a gigantic, detailed hologram.
Meanwhile, we may not know if our universe is a hologram, but we DO know that Earth has a "twin." Astronomers have discovered an Earth-like planet in the "habitable zone" around a star like our own. It's 600 light-years away and about 2.4 times the size of Earth. However, they don't yet know if it's mostly rock--or even made up of gas or liquid. BBC News quotes NASA astronomer William Borucki as saying, "Fortune smiled upon us with the detection of this planet."
Are these MORE of the wonders we'll discover in the future? Whitley Strieber thinks that while the future may not bring us official government disclosure, it WILL bring us knowledge about WHO the Visitors are, and he TELLS you all about it in his first nonfiction book in a decade: "The Communion Enigma" (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show), which will be published January 5th. You can be AMONG THE FIRST to get a copy Once you have purchased the book, you'll need to either forward the e-receipt or send it as a jpg, screenshot (etc.) to the publisher. You will then receive an autoresponse that will include a link to a page where you can input your address. Tarcher will send a special "Communion Enigma" bookplate out to the recipients shortly before publication date. To learn more, click here.