Is the physical world that we see, touch, and feel in fact real or just an illusion in our minds translated in to 3D energy? The topic of whether we live in a hologram universe has been a big debating topic.
Many experiments have been conducted such as the one at University of Paris back in 1982. A group of researchers led by a physicist named Alan Aspect performed an experiment. In that experiment, Aspect and the team discovered that regardless of the distance separating two subatomic particles there can still be instantaneous communication between the two.
A physicist at the University of London, David Bohm, developed the theory that a human brain works similar to a hologram. A hologram is a photograph made with the aid of a laser.
Living in a holographic universe does not necessarily impact you; it just shows another way people work. The reality though may not be as people see it and the interactions between two things might be different, though this idea raises many questions and opinions. Far more tests, experiments, and conclusions are yet to be drawn until an answer is reach as to whether or not we do live in a holographic universe. Is what we actually see, feel, and touch the real thing or does our brain just interpret it the way it wants to and we live in an illusion of a physical world.