Black holes are some of the most mysterious objects in the Universe. Recent research from the University of Michigan has added an extra mystique to these deep-space wonders, suggesting that black holes are simply a hologram. These researchers do not recommend that black holes are holograms in the way most people think holograms are another form of sci-fi speculation. Instead, they use the concept of a hologram to examine how the inside of a black hole connects to the outside.
The black hole of the ‘Gentle giant’ has been revealed in the Milky Way.
The study, conducted by Enrico Rinaldi, is based on the so-called holographic duality. This means that the theory of gravity and particles are mathematically similar. However, the idea of gravity explains the third aspect, whereas particle theory explains the second. As for black holes, both of these beliefs are important in explaining how they work. A University of Michigan study looked at what this holographic duality means about dark spots and what they are inside.
Our inner sense of the black hole is based on the idea of gravity, which suggests that it operates in the third dimension. Space-Time enters and passes through a black hole from the outside. However, the outside of the black hole is not counted in the same way as the inside. The exterior of the black hole is considered flat, except that the interior is in 3D.
Rinaldi’s latest research uses two simultaneous simulations to finally calculate and describe what the gravitational force of a black hole looks like. The inside of the black hole has a gravitational pull that allows us to “see” what is happening with our human eyes – the model of what is happening must be mathematically calculated. The way we see what is going on inside the black hole is that – as Rinaldi suggests – is best described in the form of a holographic projection.
Enrico Rinaldi / U-M, RIKEN and A. Silvestri
A hologram – in this case – is a flat (2D) image that shows a three-dimensional image (3D). Take the holographic Tupac, for example. The 3D Tupac image was displayed differently in a 2D window of mylar, and this gave viewers the same visual experience they would have had with real 3D Tupac, even though the actual viewers were all in 2D.
Using quantum matrix models to study the correlation between gravity and particle theory, the researchers described a black hole with a three-dimensional center that we see being fired at us by two particle sizes. And according to the latest figures, the interior of the black hole can only be defined by statistics. Until we can see the inside of the black hole in a way that does not conform to our current understanding of the Universe, we cannot be sure if what we see is everything. Visual in 2D, 3D, or otherwise.