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Ervin Laszlo mentions in Kosmische Visie (p122-123) the finetuning problem as one of the problems in cosmology. The idea is that the the various cosmic and physical constants are extremely well adaptd to each other. Already an extremely small change would not have made our universe possible.
Currently cosmologists offer the Multiverse idea as a solution. All possible combinations of the constants do exist. No universe is preferred. It just happens that our universe has the right combination that makes also us possible.
By the way Laszlo does not offer another solution.
The Holoverse is likely an extremely important ingredient of our universe. One would expect that modern physics already encountered it somehow. With this in my head I went through the book The Elegant Universe by Brian Greene. In this book explains the latest insight of string physics and the even more encompassing brane physics. Unfortunately I did not find any evidence of a Holoverse in this book.
That is until I skimmed through the Notes. In note 2 to chapter 15 (p411) we read:
Susskind and ‘t Hooft have suggested that all of the physical happenings we encounter may actually be encoded fully through equations in a lower-dimendional world. .... Recently, work by the Harvard physicist Juan Maldacena, together with important subsequent work by Witten and of the Princeton physicists Steven Gubser, Igor Klebanov and Alexander Plyakov, has shown that, at least in certain cases, string theory embodies the holographic principle.
This is extremely encouraging. As string theory is extremely complex, it might take a while before we have the final word on it.
by Olga Kharitidi. We read the version in dutch “Meester van de Dromen”, ISBN 9022985407.
In this book Kharitidi describes an encounter with a Dream Master. He explains here how dreams are similar to death. And that by looking at dreams one can help people from trauma’s of past, present and future.
She is a psychiatrist by training. Originally from Russia, but now living in the USA>