Four Signs That You Could Be Living In A Hologram
Are you as impatient as I am for the final results of the Fermilab Holometer experiments to tell you definitively, once and for all, if you or I, or indeed many or ALL of us, are really just two dimensional holograms in a holographic reality?
If so then good news! No need to wait any longer because SOS can enlighten you today.
See, you really don’t need a fancy particle accelerator lab and a bunch of million dollar mirrors like the physicists at Fermilab to detect the holographic noise of the universe.
(Although if you do have them handy, you might want to whip up your own Home Holometer just for fun to scan others. But the aren’t strictly necessary.)
No, all you really need to shed some light on the matter is the following helpy quiz.
Signs You Are Living In A Hologram
1. Are You Surrounded By Mirrors?
You probably thought the place was decorated by a vain person. Or maybe you never even noticed all those strategically placed reflective surfaces before but now they seem to follow you everywhere. Go ahead and try to escape the reflections now… just to see what happens. If you can’t escape them there’s a good chance it’s part of the whole virtual production package that includes you.
2. Does the world shift and change around you?
You might have blamed it on your eyesight, thought you needed new glasses, or maybe you thought the weather was always foggy where you live, but if you start to notice the scenery shifting and focusing around you as you move, it’s more likely a result of lag time. To test this one, try unexpectedly changing your speed and/or height as you move through the environment and see what happens. Is the refresh rate keeping time with you?
3. Flickering Lights
Are your eyes always bothered by flickering light sources? Holographic productions require two or more flickering light sources to create a projection.
4. Notice a hum or a high pitch whine
That’s probably just the machine that makes you the ghost inside it. Too many crushed Doritos or dust bunnies in the hardware – it probably just needs a can of compressed air. Your forecast calls for an unexpected wind storm. Unless the creator is AFK, in which case expect a severe heat wave as the noise gets worse.
Those are the signs, Survivors. Don’t wait for the physicists to tell you their findings in August, start taking your own notes now and remember, even if there is no spoon, the steak still tastes delicious…
Keep on keeping on!by Seth Greening - Visit SethOnSurvival.com