One of the big discussions in philosophy, cosmology and metaphysics is whether the universe is meaningless and indeterminate, essentially an aggregate of scattered star debris speeding through space randomly in an open system where the law of entropy rules; or whether the universe is a meaningful and predetermined closed loop designed by a graceful hand in a creative act of downward causation.
But what if our universe was a hologram created by quantum computers from the future? If this is the case we would be avatars playing out scripted destinies; on the other side, the finger keystrokes of cognizant programmers comfortably lounging at the end of time. We would live in a universe that is predetermined, where what’s going to happen, will have happened already somewhere forward in time.
In 1992, a Hungarian astronomer Gyorgy Paal observed irregularities in galaxy spatial distribution. He noted that these irregularities could only be explained by the presence of an obscure intrinsic force that filled the volume of space. This force dominates the overall critical density of space flattening its large scale structure. Science has called this force “dark energy” and its estimated total universal critical density is 73%. This “dark force” is related to gravity and locally infinitely small. This condition makes “dark energy” close to impossible to measure in the laboratory. We could speculate that this force is the quintessential moldable glue that sticks the universal vacuum together. Recent astronomical surveys of more than 200 thousand galaxies, confirm the presence of this mysterious “dark energy.” Strange enough this mysterious force counteracts gravity’s negative pull repelling the accelerating expansion of the universe forward. Furthermore, it seems to radiate like a shock-wave backward in time from our future horizon.
Physicist, Dr. Jack Sarfatti has recently come up with a model that explains the presence of this discovered “dark energy” as a back action from our future event horizon. Based on rigorous theoretical physics, he suggests that our inflated expanding universe is sort of like a giant bubble with “dark energy” filling two-thirds of its space. On the skin surface or membrane of this bubble, he says, is a mind creator programmer projecting a hologram back from the future. Could it be that quantum computers from the future really are creating a reality simulation embedded in “dark energy,” with us as virtual self-referential characters?
Cosmologists are able to measure the distance traveled by the “dark energy” radiating backward from the limits of this spherical bubble membrane. The calculated Omega end point is estimated at 15 billion light years away.
If indeed we are characters of a hologram with a slight weight problem designed by quantum computers projected backward from the end of time, the universe and everything in it would be controlled by retro-causal software. We would be living in a universe full of meaning, with purposeful design. In such a universe, chaos and disorder would likely be substituted by increasing complexity. The forward arrow of causation or what we experience as time would be manifested out of instructions sent back from the future. These instructions peel the folded layers of the space matrix into “chreodes.” The arrow of time is goal seeking and end directed. In this system, there are no accidents, no coincidences, most all that happens is meant to happen with very little margin for error.
Cognizant beings such as we humans are the rare exception to this rule. Something must have gone wrong with the holographic software that led to the experiences of the free self. As conscious observers, we allow the power of intent and free will. In this case, free will could only exist outside any causal law and the observer effect becomes a causal force in itself. Could it be that our ability to choose is a malfunction or viral code that infected the god-matrix, creating hiccups along the rogue holographic movie? This is the only way we could explain mass murdering monsters such as Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot and Mao. For certain if our membrane creator or creators were to be benevolent, they would not have included pathological killers in their holographic plot. Nor would they have created greed, degenerative diseases, scarcity, addictions, or self-predatory behavior. Perhaps the gods created all this as a mechanism for self-regulation? In a predetermined universe, extinction is always driven by environmental change. In our case as cognizant beings of Earth, extinction is an inner driven sadomasochistic matricide. In the universe, environmental changes affect emergent ecosystems. These changes are driven by climate spectrums and cosmological phenomena like cosmic debris and sun plasma behavior.
On the surface, Darwin’s adapted systems rely on species extinctions, randomness, and survival of the fittest. This upward cause does not explain the emergent quality of life beyond its constituent parts. Novelty emerges into order out of chance permutations. Randomness and chance permutations don’t fit well in the near perfect picture sent back from the future. Perhaps the creator of this hologram from the end of time played dice with the universe. Might god be a time traveler along for a hell of a ride, making us in his same image for the fun of it? Could such a creator have humored himself and given infantile characters minds of their own just to see what happens? But if what is going to happen already happened, how could this possibility take a life of its own? This causality violation would break the self-consistent universe principle and would allow a time traveler from the future to navigate a traversable wormhole and alter a sequence of events in the past. This would also allow for its reverse or are we already traveling into the future when we engage in the imaginable and have insightful precognitions.
Lab experiments with sad and joyful imagery have confirmed our ability to experience precognitive emotional responses a couple of seconds before these images are flashed on a computer screen. In the paranormal realm of microtubules, we are all quantum computers with a life force. It’s the interconnect-ability of life force and complex flow networks that produce emergent properties. The essence that brings life to matter does not come from the past. At this level of quantum complexity, behavior follows non-local timeless properties. Non-locality allows for time travel. This reinforces the idea of a scripted universe flashing inside the receptor brain.
At this level of brain activity, it would appear that there is no free will. More so, what we perceive as free will, belongs to the past. Free will is experienced by looping back the memory of now. Human history is being caused by the nearby presence of probable outcomes. This destiny is attracting us to the event horizon. Like a river forcing its way to the ocean, creating the banks that contain it along the way. Might we be avatars navigating this cosmological constant, seeking to break the matrix before we reach singularity?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Carlos Cuellar Brown is a New York City media artist and essayist who has written on new media, social theory and metaphysics. His essays have been posted online by Opendemocracy, The Global Dispatches, The Pelican Web, Kosmos Journal, and STARDRIVE.
In 2013 his essay “Intermedial Being” was published by A Journal of Performance and Art PAJ #106 MIT Press Journals. In 2015 Mr. Brown was nominated for the TWOTY awards out of the Netherlands for his essay “Blueprint for Change”. He has been a regular columnist for Second Sight Magazine and Fullinsight.
His book, In Search of Singularity: Reflections and Chronicles from the End of Time, published 29 January 2017, is a series of reflections on the current cultural evolution from competition to cooperation, from patriarchy to reciprocity between humanity and the human habitat.