Taxpayers footing bill for one year experiment– Is the universe a hologram?

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pharmacy times; font-size: 16px;”>Democrats tell us we are not taxed enough. How do they spend the trillions we give them? Big Government wants to know if this world is real. No kidding. They are spending untold amounts of tax dollars (they refuse to tell how much) to determine if the world is a 2D hologram. No, that is not a Jay Leno joke; it is government joke on the American people.

“Do we live in a 2D hologram? There’s no short answer, but physicists believe it may be possible. The holographic principle — a property of particle physics’ string theory — proposes that information about a region of space can be ascertained by the information on the surface that surrounds it — much like you can determine, say, currents in water by the eddies on the surface.

But does this actually mean that our universe is an optical illusion created by light diffraction? Fermilab has just switched on a machine that may help a team of researchers figure it out: the Holometer, the most sensitive instrument ever built to measure the quantum jitter of space.

It should be noted that 94% of the funds received by Fermilab are from the Federal government—feel good about this?

The Holographic Universe (Part One)

Related Article on Hot Air:   Great news: You’re paying for a 1 year experiment to find out if the universe is a hologram

Steve Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant.


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