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David Duffy

"the holographic principle" - as I understand it - implies the world is simpler than it could be, because of the structure of hidden (quantum) correlations underlying classical reality ("to describe cosmology in D-dimensions using a quantum field theory in (D−1)-dimensions". One might see it as a vote for order...

Eric Schliesser

Yes, agreed!

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