The latest research in modern physics based on the existence of universe as a Hologram helps us to common on a common front on the two different theoretical models explained by quantum physics and Einstein’s theory of gravity. The recently published scientific papers provide some hypothetical calculations to determine the energies of black hole in different universes. The papers are a result of cumulative information gathered from years’ work led by Yoshifumi Hyakutake of Ibaraki University in Japan.
However, what the theory of Hologram wants to convey is that it is our perception of the universe existing in three dimensions which is nothing but a two dimensional picture painted on a horizon whose boundaries are defined by the universe we live in. This may sound like a paradox but if we assume a holographic picture which changes as we move, we can see an three dimensional illusion of this two dimensional picture. This model however bridge down the inconsistencies between the Eintein’s theory of modern physics and the earlier proposed quantum theory of physics.
This newly proposed Hologram theory reconciling the quantum and modern physics has been derived on the base of string theory derived by physicist Juan Maldacena in 1997. The theory proposed by physicist Maldecana shows that one-dimensional objects known as ‘strings’ are elementary particles of the entire universe.
Maldacena has encouraged this new work by Hyakutake and his team saying “the new research is an interesting way to test many ideas in quantum gravity and string theory.”
One of the fathers of string theory, Leonard Susskind said that that the team’s work “numerically confirmed, perhaps for the first time, something we were fairly sure had to be true, but was still a conjecture.”