(July, 1998)

By Noel Huntley, Ph.D.

What do we mean by holographic control? We need a system which not only gives rise to motion, such as of a particle, object , or any natural entity, but one which must intrinsically keep track of the entity's change of position.

The purpose of the control system is its ability to accurately identify, via reference and context, the precise location of the entity and 'know' instantly its new position when any change is accomplished by means of the system. The entity in question could be a finger or limb in coordination of physical movements (the holographic computer system manifests within the kinesthetic sense---see later articles), or a particle in the case of an advanced physics theory which requires that even a random particle's position is known from a higher perspective (though not it would seem in the well-known chaos phenomenon (of chaos theory). Such entity control would extend to all bodies in the universe: planets, stars, galaxies, etc.

Why is the control holographic? Here, we only need answer that it is infinitely superior to any other system and is a natural manifestation of all the universe's computer principles, for example, the kinesthetic sense, referred to above, is also the memory.

Why is it a superior system? Let us give a simple answer to this question with an analogy. Consider a scale of control: systems ranging from very poor control, to perfect control. At the bottom of this scale we could place the activity of striking a ball with a bat. There is a little control over the ball's direction and position at the moment of impact with the bat. No more control can be exercised after impact and there is no access to the ball's whereabouts, that is, no direct reference (except of course by projection from its initial conditions at the moment of impact).

Let us now move up this scale of increasing control. We could tie a piece of string to the ball, or object. As we pull on the string we move the object. We are in virtually continuous but indirect contact with the object. It is clearly still a very poor method. The string connects the object to a reference system, but it is flexible. Let us make it rigid as we ascend the scale of increasing control.

Consider a thin rigid rod connected to the object. This definitely provides us with greater control. The object's motion and position is easily predictable as the other end of the rod is moved about. We now have an efficiency commensurate with the coordinate axes method in our mathematics. A location in the plane of X and Y can be referenced accurately by means of the axes, X and Y, that is, in two dimensions. This can easily by extended to three dimensions by adding a Z axis. However, it doesn't matter how many dimensions we add we do not have a system which is highly directionally versatile and it is deficient in what we can call contiguity of reference and also context. It works only under the special axes conditions specified. The system is highly preferential. A strong failing in the tests of truth in physics. What we are stating here will become clearer as we move on now to the top of this scale of increasing control.

At this level we have the universe's holographic control method. Let us go back to the demonstration of the object and the rigid rod. We now imagine an infinite number of such rods (if the rod was infinitely thin) connected all around the object such that the rods merge and form a solid sphere encompassing the object.

We can now envisage that if we were somehow in contact with the total surface of this sphere, because of its rigidity and its complete circumferential contiguity in all directions, we would also be effectively in 'contact' with the object at the centre.

As an application at this point we could imagine the whole solar system enveloped by this sphere, and the object is, say, our planet Earth, embedded a distance from the centre where the sun is located. If we imagine spinning this rigid sphere we can recognise the great stability of the planet Earth in its orbit. The implication is that each element making up the volume of the solar system is contributing towards the motion, accuracy and predictability of the planet.

Compare this with the Newtonian system of the balance of a centrifugal force and a gravitational force holding the planet in a 'stable' orbit. If this were the only mechanism the whole universe would fall apart in seconds. But what about Einstein's relativity you might ask? Einstein's geometrical interpretation of gravity and his space curvature are in fact direct properties of the holographic machinery. Relativity unfortunately does not have an understanding of the mechanism behind Einstein's space topology.

Let us return to the object embedded within the rigid sphere. We now replace the rigid spherical envelope with infinitely superimposed quantum fields. At this stage, if one doesn't have any conception of superimposed quantum fields, one can merely imagine these as electromagnetic, electrical, or energy fields. These fields are just as effective in producing complete rigidity. There are no discontinuities or interstitial emptiness in this configuration.

At this point, the idea is to appreciate that the whole volume of this 'sphere' is contributing towards the motion and identification of the entity's location. It may appear that for this particular volume of energy field there could not be any further connections to the object, since it is surrounded by them completely. However, this is not the case. The holographic control is higher dimensional. This means the energy sphere extends in time. This extension though is spatial, that is, all at once. The diameter of the spatial 3D energy sphere must be imagined as having a diameter in time--it is 4D. What does this mean? It means that future positions of the object within this span in time are all contributing to the object's motion in present time. There is a holistic relationship between all parts, in both space and time, of this particular span. For instance, the degree of this span (unification or integration), in the subject of learning patterns, involved in physical skills, is the precise measure of the ability achieved (skill, technique, coordination).

We might see that a system which utilises the space all around an object and also the space in time, forms the basis for maximum control of, and access to, the object. In fact a 4D system is absolutely essential. A 3D configuration can have no true control since it can't 'predict' the immediate future by sensing it now, and therefore doesn't know where to go (we are talking about self-contained instantaneous quantum mechanisms).

Now the intelligent reader may say this is all very well but all you have done is transferred the same problem we began with to another level, that is, from the object to the new surface---we have apparently gone from how to control the object to controlling the enveloping spherical fields!

Firstly, we have yet to handle this 'outer' surface of these fields as to where they go or fit into the scheme. Secondly, we have achieved something already. We have connected the idea of controlling a surface to controlling a volume. The above argument implies that the surface of the object is not absolute but relative; that the energies of the object extend externally and also internally. For a spherical object, picture infinite concentric spheres (touching) extending outward and inward. (The reader may by all means use the model of the tesseract---a cube inside another cube with the corners connected---if it helps.) As we shall see later this is the essential energy framework of the atom and in fact all natural entities.

The subject of nature's computer system is an immense one, and as the reader can see we have only touched the surface of one particular facet, holographic control, with barely a reference to holographic properties. This will be elaborated upon in proceeding articles.

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