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The explicate order follows the rules of classical physics. Standing waves occur when a wavefront takes on a stationary appearance. Quantum theory predicted that regardless of the distance between the particles, their polarizations would always be the same. Horizontal lines represent axons of input neurons while vertical lines represent output neurons.

Fortunately the Fourier process is readily invertible; the same transformation that begets the holographic domain, gets us back into space-time. One of the most central themes holpgraphic modern physics is to be able to describe the mechanics of our perceived universe.

Hunt found that there were also very low amplitude fields emanating from the areas of the body associated with the chakras. Penfield concluded that this meant that all experiences were stored in specific locations of the brain in memory engrams. Journal of Consciousness Studies.

The holographic brain gives us our freedom to surf the larger waves of consciousness, waves that our cultural conditioning told us did not exist. The Fourier transform formula converts spatial forms to spatial wave frequencies and vice versa, as all objects are in essence vibratory structures.

Despite these precise early descriptions, psychophysicists and others in the scientific community spent much time and effort to show that a global Fourier transformation would not work to explain sensory function.


Beyond brwin to holonomy”. Fluctuations can be created by a small group of people, and this in turn has the potential to change society as a whole. The scientific method stressed the individuality and separateness privram things.

Holonomic brain theory – Wikipedia

Analyst says change due to resonance, not technique. Fine fibered webs occur in the brain, both at the ends of branching axons and within dendritic arbors. Schizophrenics often report experiencing thoughts that do not seem to originate from themselves, as if the idea was inserted exogenously. If we are perceiving an interference pattern, what is the true nature of thing we are perceiving?

Karl Pribram’s holonomic theory is based on evidence that the dendritic receptive iarl in sensory cortexes are described mathematically by Gabor functions. According to Jung, these archetypes represent part of the collective unconscious derived from our two-million-year-old collective history Jung and Pauli, Institutions could be understood by dissecting and analyzing the prjbram components. A problem with holographic theory is that we have little understanding of why some energy fields appear as stationary matter, while others are manifested as electromagnetic waves.

Biology theories Consciousness studies Holonomic brain theory Neuroscience Neuropsychology Quantum mind. Physicist Holographc Davies agrees that “non-local quantum effects are indeed a form of synchronicity in the sense that they establish a connection–more precisely a correlation–between events for which any form of causal linkage is forbidden.

Karl Pribrama student of Holigraphic, was astonished by Lashley’s research. This non-locality of information storage within the hologram is crucial, because even if most parts kwrl damaged, the entirety will be contained within even a single remaining part of sufficient size.


Social change and evolution will happen at an ever increasing pace. Lashley suggested that brain interference patterns could play a role in perception, but was unsure how such patterns might be generated in the brain or how they would lead to brain function. An interference pattern is created that bears little resemblance to the object, however, it contains all the information necessary to recreate the image of the object. In holographic theory, the fragmentation created by the boundary definitions does not exist.

Berkeley neurophysiologists Russel and Karen DeValois demonstrated that the brain was using Fourier mathematics to decode visual images. Mathematically, this transformational view is based on the Fourier theorem. He found that whenever he stimulated a specific region of the brain, it evoked the same memory. When a person’s consciousness was directed towards the material world, the fields were near Hertz.

Systems theory stresses the individuality of the system components. He maintained that they were part of an indivisible system. Beauregard quotes from ancient Indian scriptures about the “illusionary nature of separateness”.

Holonomic brain theory

Even when massive portions of the brain were removed, the rats were still able to navigate through the kafl. We have a tendency to divide things into parts and give them unique names.

Jung was the first to perceive these events as more than simple coincidence. David Peatbelieves that synchronicities represent “flaws” in the fabric of reality.

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