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By Michael Talbot | Comments: ( 918 ) | Date: ( Jan 18, 2020 )

Today nearly everyone is familiar with holograms, three dimensional images projected into space with the aid of a laser Now, two of the world s most eminent thinkers University of London physicists David Bohm, a former protege of Einstein s and one of the world s most respected quantum physicists, and Stanford neurophysiologist Karl Pribram, one of the architects of ourToday nearly everyone is familiar with holograms, three dimensional images projected into space with the aid of a laser Now, two of the world s most eminent thinkers University of London physicists David Bohm, a former protege of Einstein s and one of the world s most respected quantum physicists, and Stanford neurophysiologist Karl Pribram, one of the architects of our modern understanding of the brain believe that the universe itself may be a giant hologram, quite literally a kind of image or construct created, at least in part, by the human mind This remarkable new way of looking at the universe explains now only many of the unsolved puzzles of physics, but also such mysterious occurrences as telepathy, out of body and near death experiences, lucid dreams, and even religious and mystical experiences such as feelings of cosmic unity and miraculous healings.

  • Title: The Holographic Universe
  • Author: Michael Talbot
  • ISBN: 9780586091715
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Michael Talbot

Michael Talbot was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1953 As a young man, he moved to New York City, where he pursued a career as a freelance writer, publishing articles in Omni, The Village Voice, and others, often exploring the confluence between science and the spiritual.Talbot published his first novel, The Delicate Dependency A Novel of the Vampire Life as an Avon paperback original in 1982 though never reprinted, it is regarded a classic of the genre, frequently appearing on lists of the best vampire novels ever written, and secondhand copies have long been expensive and hard to find His other horror titles, both cult classics, are The Bog 1986 and Night Things 1988 But despite the popularity of his fiction among horror fans, it was for his nonfiction that Talbot was best known, much of it focusing on new age concepts, mysticism, and the paranormal Arguably his most famous and most significant is The Holographic Universe 1991 , which examines the increasingly accepted theory that the entire universe is a hologram the book remains in print and highly discussed today.Michael Talbot died of leukemia in 1992 at age 38.

Comments The Holographic Universe

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    The Holographic Universe, Michael Talbot تاریخ نخستین خوانش: چهارم ماه سپتامبر سال 2010 میلادیعنوان: جهان هولوگرافیک؛ نویسنده: مایک تالبوت؛ مترجم: داریوش مهرجویی؛ تهران، نشر و پژوهش فرزان روز، 1382؛ در 345 ص، مصور؛ شابک: 964638950؛ چاپ دوم و سوم: تهران، هرمس، 1386، در یازده و 446 ص؛ شابک: 9789643632656؛ چاپ چهارم تا [...]

  • Abailart

    I have decided to add a new shelf called 'slowly reading'. I am reading this book slowly and carefully. Sometimes a paragraph or two is enough for me to stop and digest. Also, often I want to 'spin off' from a section and read related stuff, in books or on the internet. I am reading this in conjunction with Murray Gell-Mann's 'The Quark and the Jaguar', and as happens sometimes they seem to make a good pair. Both are very different in content and approach, yet they are similar in that they show [...]

  • Emma Sea

    I thought this would be heavier on the quantum physics, and way less 'Hey, a poltergeist materialized cold spaghetti on my chest once in New York and a holographic universe explains everything'When your 'evidence' for the paranormal includes Sathya Sai Baba then this is not my book, my friends.

  • Saman Kashi

    خرداد 87 كه به كتابفروشي رفتم ديدم اين كتاب براي چهارمين بار تجديد چاپ شده است و خوشحال شدم. چهار بار چاپ همچين كتاب جدي و سخت‌خواني نشان‌گر اين است كه خواننده‌ي جدي خوان نيز در بين كتابخوانان پيدا مي‌شود

  • Puyan / پویان

    نظریه ی جالبیه , اما در حین این که با (اون کله ی هولوگرافیکتون!) در این کتاب غرق شدین این رو هم داشسته باشین که این به هر حال تنها یه نظریه ستو حقیقت محض نیست.و در ضمن ترجمه ی خوبی نداره (چون که مترجمش کارگردانه یعنی در واقع مترجم نیست) مخصوصآ حدود صد صفحه ی اول که علمی تره ترجمه ی ب [...]

  • Andrew Lutz

    Q: So the Universe is one enormous holograph aye? A: Uh-huh.Q: Does that mean that all those AmRep Dope, Guns, and F*$@ing in the Streets cassettes aren't as good as I remember?A: No. And I'm not sure how they directly relate to the book.So every part of a holograph contains the entirety of the holograph. So if you were to cut it in two, each piece would contain the whole "image." Suddenly you would have two pictures of a dolphin jumping over a rainbow. Then four! Et cetera!!! This books likens [...]

  • مصطفی یاوری آیین

    در نقد کتاب جهان هولوگرافیک، چیزی بیشتر از آن که دکتر توکلی صابری در مجله جهان کتاب (1) نوشته‌اند (+)، نمی‌توانم بنویسم. به درستی به عمده‌ترین ایرادات کتاب مایکل تالبوت اشاره کرده‌اند و نیازی به ورود در جزییات، بیشتر از آن نیست. در ادامه‌ی نوشته فرض می‌کنم که این نقد توسط خوا [...]

  • Helena Harper

    The Holographic UniverseThis must be one of the most fascinating, if not the most fascinating book I have ever read, and it is a must-read for anyone who is even remotely curious about who and what we really are or who wants to see spirituality meeting science. The claims that are made are backed up by numerous scientific studies, but it doesn't blow you away with scientific jargon. It's written in an easy-to-read style and the different chapters are split up into subsections, which also helps. [...]

  • Meysam Doai

    یک کلمه : یاوه

  • Atena kamel

    کتاب قدری پیچیده و تخصصی است ولی "نویسنده معتقد است که برای عموم نوشته شده نه برای متخصصان فیزیک و فلسفه و اگر خواننده بتواند سی چهل صفحه اول را تحمل کند، کتاب او را برده است جهان هولوگرافیک آن جهانی است که هر قطعه کوچک و هر ذره ی آن قطعه، تمام ویژگی ها و اطلاعات کل را در بر دارد، [...]

  • hossein sharifi

    من در حدی نیستم که بخوام برای این کتابی رویوو بنویسمدر کل کتاب جالبی است برای تمامی دوست داران فیزیک و شگفتی های جهان پیرامونشان

  • Dennis

    The book that will change your life. Without wanting to spoil the read, or without the urge to get to in-depth about the subject matter in a simple review, I can sum the book up as an alternate view on both quantum physics and neuro-science, and the postulations that the book makes throughout its course are simply marvelous to read about. If there were 6-stars, I'd give this a 6.

  • Brandon

    by michael talbot. this is a fun forray into the grand theory of everything. basically, everything is a hologram acording to physicist David Bohm ("Wholeness and the Implicate Order"): waves interfere with each other to form images, objects, everything. that which we can perceive is the explicate order and that which we cannot is the implicate. the implicate contains the explicate, and the boundaries are also constantly wavering. the interesting thing about a hologram is that every part of the h [...]

  • Brian

    There is much fascinating material in Michael Talbot's book, including discussion of scientific theories of the nature of reality and our perception thereof, as well as anecdotal accounts and clinical data regarding a vast array of parapsychological phenomena. Talbot believes that the holographic model of space-time and consciousness developed by David Bohm, Karl Pribram, and others can explain phenomena ranging from UFO encounters to psychic abilities and religious miracles, all of which, it is [...]

  • Ardeshir Tayebi

    مزخرف محض. نویسنده ذهن شیزوفرنیک خودش رو به هولوگرافیک بودن جهان ربط می‌ده اما تا وقتی که سعی نکرده شیادی‌های ساتیا سای بابا رو توجیه کنه کتاب قابل تحمله اما بعد از اون دیگه نفرت انگیز می‌شهمتاسفم که چنین کتابی بیش از 30 بار تجدید چاپ شده و برای داریوش مهرجویی هم متاسفم که وقت [...]

  • Ruhl

    With The Holographic Universe Michael Talbot has created his Masterpiece.For anyone even remotely interested in the convergence of Science and Metaphysics, this book is a must-read. Talbot masterfully combines science, research, theories on Human Consciousness, and eloquence into a colorful collage which in my opinion remains un-rivaled as the pinnacle of its genre. His narrative is factually detailed while remaining unpretentious; at times he is capable of reducing the empyrean to the mundane. [...]

  • Brian

    In this book, the presentation of numerous historical accounts of the miraculous from the point of view of a believer is the central theme. Out-of body, near-death, and otherwise supernatural experiences are discussed, and the uniting theme is that the "natural laws" within which physics operates cannot explain all that we observe. What does, you ask? Well, imagine that everything is actually a pan-dimensional interference pattern stemming from a truly holographic universe. What does that mean, [...]

  • Ras Nay

    سه فصل اول کتاب واقعا منو میخکوب کرد و خیلی برایم جالب بود اما فصل های بعدی خیلی برایم جذاب نبود. به هر حال دید متفاوتی نسبت به جهان به انسان میدهد ضمن اینکه برای تمامی مطالبی که در کتاب به آن اشاره شده سند و مدرک می آورد.قصد دارم پس از اینکه اطلاعاتم را در مورد مطالب کتاب تقویت ک [...]

  • Imanfc

    کتابی مذخرف از نظر من بدون هیچ پایه واساس علمی و منطقیدر بیشتر جاهای کتاب راه به داستان های خرافی برده و کمتر نمودی از اون نظریه جهان هولوگرافیک داده شده

  • Kalin

    I started reading this book about a decade ago and, for reasons that I can't remember anymore (gave it to a friend?), left it not even half-way through. I shall finish it someday.However, even the first part--with the theory of memory as a holographic film--has vastly influenced my perception of the way we human beings think.Highly recommended: it resonates with basically all my observations of the world around. So much so that I hardly know where to start if someone asks for a more specific rec [...]

  • Nora

    به ما در این جهان هستی بخشیده اند که بیاموزیم عشق و محبت کلید اصلی است. مهمترین چیز در طول زندگی دوست داشتن است. ما همه جزئی از یک کل واحد و عظیم جهانی هسنیم. اگر خیال می کنیم می توانیم شخص دیگری یا موجود زنده ی دیگری را بدون این که به خود صدمه وارد آوریم آزار دهیم کاملا در اشتباهی [...]

  • Zeynab Babaxani

    ایده های جالب، حرفهای جالب، و چالشهای جالبهرچند برای خیلی ها ممکنه خیالبافی و خرافات به نظر بیاد اما من از این کتاب استفاده کردمکتابی هست در مورد نیروی فکر و اندیشه بر هر چیزی اعم از جسم و جان، و زمان و مکان

  • Aaron

    I would say the first third of this book was very good and captivating. The book then drifted into more of a vast amount of cherry picked anecdotal support for mysticism. I understand this is the author's forte, belief and according to himself, personal experiences. But I thought the book would have used the unexplainable types of paranormal events that some people have experienced and/or witnessed to help support or explain the "holographic universe" theory principles analogously. Instead, the [...]

  • Tannaz P

    من این کتاب رو نه خیلی خیلی میبرم بالا نه خیلی خیلی میکوبمبا اون بخش از مقدمه که گفته بود محتویات این کتاب واسه ماهایی که مذهبی هستیم صوفی داریم به عالم بعد از مرگ معتقدیم زیاد ناآشنا و عجیب نیست موافقمتوی متن کتاب هم به عارف های ایرانی اشاره شده بود فقط خیلی واسم جالبه که چرا آ [...]

  • Luca Mauri

    This is probably the first time I buy a book thinking about a subject and discovering a total different text.Apparently this book should talk about the theory of holographic universe, explaining what it means for the reality to appear three-dimensional while it really is bi-dimensional. This should be about information theory, black hole entropy and so on.Surprisingly this book is totally different: it just take some holographic principles for granted and start by discussing each and every kind [...]

  • Leslie Rollins

    I have to admit, when I first encountered the idea of us being holograms in a holographic universe it rocked my world. This book builds a case for it being perhaps the most logical theory about the universe shared by many, though certainly not all, physicists. Physics dominates the first third of the book. Talbot makes this portion fairly easy to follow, with some included diagrams.A holographic universe can account for psychics, clairvoyants, out-of-body and near-death experiences, and other od [...]

  • Cathy

    Very fun book to read! This book presents anecdotal and scientific evidence in the argument that the universe is actually a combination of various frequencies which our brains then interpret into what we experience as reality. The author uses examples ranging from Near Death Experiences to salamander brain experiments to argue his point. Overall, I believe a lot of what he is presenting. He does a good job of noting references, but near the end he starts getting a bit more personal in presenting [...]

  • Jennifer

    Basically, a mind-blowing book that should be a requirement for anyone interested in the universe, themselves, others, and how they are all really the same thing. Explains paranormal abilities incredibly wellenough to make the skeptic take note. Incidently, also explains how BodyTalk worksi.e. there is truly only one person in the room during a session. Muscle testing is used to confirm what the practitioner already knows.

  • Liz

    Thought-provoking book, and one of my all time faves. I have purchased this book a few times and after reading it I always loan it to someone with no expectation that I'll ever get it backd I never have. An absolute must read!

  • Julie

    One of the most scintillating books I've ever read! :)

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