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جهان هولوگرافیک

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جهان ما و هر چه در آن است٬ از قطرههای باران و دانههای برف و درختان کاچ تا شهابها و ذرات الکترونها و کوانتومها، همه تنها تصاویر شبحگونهای هستند از واقعیتی دور از دسترس که خارج از زمان و مکان بر ما فرا تابیده میشود.
نظریهی هولوگرافیک بودن جهان نه تنها واقعیتهای ملموس زندگی ما را در بر میگیرد، بلکه میتواند پدیدههای حیرتآوری همچون تلهپاتی، نیروهای فراطبیعی انسان،
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Published 2009 by انتشارات هرمس (first published 1991)
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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 ...more
Saman
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 ...more
Ahmad Sharabiani
تئوریها و نظریه ها، گاه بسیار حیرت انگیزند، باورنکردنی. این گونه کتابها را سریع میخوانم و میگذرم. در خواندن این یکی به دلیل یادداشت دوستی دانشمند، بر هر سطر، پارگراف و گاه بخشها، با تامل بسیار گذر کردم، اگر واقعه ای مرا میآشفت، مطلب را دوباره، گاه چندین بار خواندم. اگر شک با دلم همراه بود، یا آنگاه که مشابه بازگویی رویدادی را خود شاهد بوده ام، اندیشیدم. به هر بخش جدید از کتاب که رسیدم، بر حیرتم افزود، تنوع تحقیق و بررسی های پژوهندگان حیرت انگیزتر از روایت ها بود. در متن، نگارنده به منابع اشاره ک ...more
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
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Pooyan
نظریه ی هولوگرافیک اعجاب انگیزه , 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 هنوز تنها یه نظریه ست
و حقیقت محض نیست.
و در ضمن ترجمه ی خوبی نداره(چون که مترجمش کارگردانه یعنی در واقع مترجم نیست اصلا!) مخصوصآ حدود صد صفحه ی اول که خیلی علمی تره ترجمه ی بد - به نظر من- بیشتر از اون چه که هست پیچیده ش کرده.
با همه ی این ها این کتاب هنوز ارزش پنج تا ستاره رو داره
...و ارزش این که تو کتابخونه ی همه باشه
Helena Harper
The Holographic Universe

This 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.
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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 ...more
Atena
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، یعنی تمام محتوای کل در هر جزء نیز مستتر است. و این به واقع خصلت مغز ماست که ساختاری هولوگرافیک دارد و خاطره و درد و تجربه و برخی چیزهای دیگر را نه تنها در مغز که در هر ذره کوچک آن نیز نگهداری می کند. و نیز همین خصل
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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.
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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
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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
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Jennifer
May 22, 2008 Jennifer rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
Recommended to Jennifer by: BodyTalk Reference
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 well...enough to make the skeptic take note. Incidently, also explains how BodyTalk works...i.e. there is truly only one person in the room during a session. Muscle testing is used to confirm what the practitioner already knows.
Imanfc
کتابی مذخرف از نظر من بدون هیچ پایه واساس علمی و منطقی
در بیشتر جاهای کتاب راه به داستان های خرافی برده و کمتر نمودی از اون نظریه جهان هولوگرافیک داده شده
Julie
One of the most scintillating books I've ever read! :)
Cooper Cooper
This book is a popular treatment of the ideas of psychologist Karl Pribram and physicist David Bohm, which in turn are based on the concept of holography. Hungarian scientist Dennis Gabor invented (discovered?) holography, and was awarded the Nobel Prize the development of the laser allowed University of Michigan scientists to verify Gabor's theory in the laboratory. Holography produces, in thin air, the three-dimensional image (a hologram) of an object. This is accomplished by splitting a laser ...more
Mangoo
This book was probably one of the first to divulgate the conceptions of Bohm about implicate/explicate order, and of Pribram about the nature of brain's activity, and to derive from them some conclusions for our daily world view. This by itself makes the book worth having, though the actual discussion it includes may not please everyone.
Bohm and Pribram agreed that our reality is in fact holographic, and so was the operational principle of the brain (a reader of information concerning the hologr
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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, ...more
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 ...more
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 اشتباهیم. ما به همه چیز متصلیم و اگر بکوشیم عشق و محبت خود را نثار آن وصلت کنیم آدم های خوشبختی خواهیم بود
Stephan
Aug 07, 2007 Stephan rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: the phy-curious
This foray into the new physics of the 20th century, including the most theoretical of the theoretical, the holographic model for the universe, is on the short list of books that knocked down some walls inside my brain. Maybe you have to read it when you're young, though, before you brain gets calcified with age, unbending, certain. I'm glad I read it when I did.
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 back...and I never have. An absolute must read!
Christopher Hivner
The first part of this book is fascinating as the author explains a theory of how the brain works like a hologram. Apparently if you cut a piece of holographic film, each piece still contains the entire object. The theory states that each section of the brain contains all of our memories and knowledge. Then it moves on to a theory of the universe as a hologram, stating that every electron actually contains all the matter and time of the universe. I'll admit I found the physics theory hard to com ...more
Daniel Pendergraft
This book.... whoa. I didn't at first like it because metaphysical theories usually make sense to me intuitively and the pace seemed kind of slow and pedantic, but that's just necessary since most would not find the information easily digestible. As it picked up steam... quite amazing. There were many times in reading where my inner skeptic was yelling in protest, but the psychic, "supranatural" phenomena he discusses are well-documented (though not understood). Yet the mainstream science commun ...more
David Beers
Mind = blown. For those looking for a potentially scientific / rational explanation for supernatural or extra-sensory phenomena, look no further. This book is on my "five most important books I've ever read" list, perhaps right at the top. The holographic model of the universe was not dreamed up by the author, but he stands on the shoulders of others to bring a very complex and advanced concept to a non-physicist level of comprehension. The holographic model applies to the mind as well, and this ...more
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About Michael Talbot: Michael Talbot was an openly gay writer who was highly popular among the intellecuals New York in the 80s and 90s. Many people looked up to him as a role model too. He was diagnosed with leukemia. People claimed often he joked that he wished he was infected with the more classy and sophisticated disease of Aids and be tragic about it.
In 1992, Talbot died of lymphocyti
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Gregg Bell
All right, astral travellers, time to come back to earth to read this review (because it will enhance your subsequent journeys, like an upgrade from coach to first-class).

The Holographic Universe is not hollow. It has many solid ideas from many very solid sources. Somehow, though, it was lacking as a cover to cover read. As is so often the case with non-fiction, this is a book of nuggets.

And yet, lovely nuggets they are.

The general idea is that the entire world is interconnected. (So while you
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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 میشه
متاسفم که چنین کتابی بیش از 30 بار تجدید چاپ شده و برای داریوش مهرجویی هم متاسفم که وقتش رو صرف ترجمه چنین کتابی کرده. هم ردهی نارنجی پوش و اشباح جزء آثاری قرار میگیره که میتونه در آینده کل رزومهی درخشان مهرجویی رو تحت تاثیر خودش قرار بده
لطفا این کتاب رو نخونید و به کسی هم هدیه ندید
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Kate
I enjoyed reading Talbot's interpretations of Quantum Physics, even if the Holographic metaphor did at times feel a bit overwrought. He has a gift for making complex ideas quite readable.

At the quantum level, it becomes evident that separateness is an illusion. I've heard that before--that all things are vibrantly, dynamically interconnected--but Talbot helped me see it in fresh new ways. He explores how different thinkers illuminate this profound insight.

Especially powerful to me was his explan
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Sara
This book is not at ALL what I expected. I honestly don't know where they get off putting it in the 'science' category, because it really isn't that.

There is an interesting universe-as-hologram hypothesis in physics. I thought that's what this book would be about. But instead of reasonable exploration of hypothetical concepts, what I got instead was "this stuff is 100% REAL based on a couple of papers written by a tiny handful of very obscure scientists, and BECAUSE it's all 100% real, you can m
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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
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