A Holographic View of Reality

     Here is an excerpt from “A Holographic View of Reality” by David S. Walonick Ph.D.

     “Bohm (1987) concluded that the implications of nonlocal connections are that objective reality itself is entirely a construct of the human brain. The true nature of reality remains hidden from us. Our brains operate as a holographic frequency analyzer, decoding projections from a more fundamental dimension. Bohm concludes that even space and time are constructs of the human brain, and they may not exist as we perceive them.

     The original article can be found here: A Holographic View of Reality