From: Metaqualia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Feb 14 2004 - 19:27:13 MST
> In the latest physics, the bound formerly known as Beckenstein (now known
> as the 't Hooft bound, briefly known as the Susskind bound) is a
> holographic bound on the entanglement between a spherical volume and the
> rest of the universe, measured in Planck units of the surface area. It's
"all the information content of the inside of the volume
can be mapped to the surface of the sphere. In effect, the 3-D volume is
perhaps just a "holographic" projection of a 2-D reality."
But how can you map all information inside a sphere on its surface?
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