"Oh, the noise!
Oh, the noise! Noise! Noise! Noise!
That’s the one thing he hated!
The NOISE! NOISE! NOISE! NOISE!
— Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas
The Grinch detested the noise created by the tiny residents of Whoville. Cosmologist Craig Hogan, in contrast, has become enamored of a noise he claims is generated by something even tinier — a minuscule graininess in the otherwise smooth structure of spacetime.
Call it Hogan’s noise. Many physicists are skeptical, but if his hunch about the existence of this subatomic clatter proves correct, it could have a mind-boggling implication: that the entire universe is nothing more than a giant hologram."
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According to Sarfatti, "the hologram influence comes from our future light cone's intersection with our future dark energy de Sitter cosmological event horizon. We are always dead center inside this spherical shell horizon - no matter how we travel. Sounds nuttier than it really is."