Holographic and quantum nonlocality of the genome
AUTHORS : Gariaev P.P. | Tertyshny G.G. | Gotovsky Yu.V. | Leonova E.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 1999 | Category : Educational
In the middle of this century, Mieczyslaw Wolfke and Denis Gabor, who discovered holography, repeatedly expressed ideas that the world in general and the human brain in particular have a holographic nature. In other words, Living and Nonliving have common characteristics. informational and holographic. This is due to the fundamental ability of coherent physical fields to interfere and, thus, in the presence of a recording medium, “write down” their own characteristics.