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If the universe was a hologram, then wouldn't that necessarily mean that you would have to have some kind of a control center with predictive capabilities.
if the universe is a hologram then every object is 'spread out' over the whole hologram and therefore everything interacts instantly with everything else.
Or something about finity... Like the Planck's length maybe...
Worth stressing though, is that we did not use the holographic principle to describe nature. We have very successful theories that describes our world, such as general relativity and quantum field theory. In these theories the holographic principle is far from manifest.
If the universe is a hologram then every object is 'spread out' over the whole and interacts with everything else instantly.If at a deep enough level everything interacts with everything else instantly then at that level the speed of light would be infinite.Hence there would be no trouble reconciling relativity with quantum mechanics.
the idea that space is just a description of the way that particles interact is probably still valid.you just have to apply it to these background quantum units.
and just because everything interacts with everything else instantly wouldnt mean you cant have wave-like behavior.a system of masses and springs will still transmit waves.
If particle x interacts with everything other particle instantly then which particle is it next to?