# clarification of earlier posts (RE: Holigraphic principle and MWI)

The core concept (which is somewhat muddled by the way I described it) is that we live in a 4 axis universe, but we visualize it as a 3 axis
+ linear time (i.e. viewing time as "motion", a linear series of events)
because we appear to be on a time-line due to the nature of consciousness. Realizing time is a 4th axis, and not just linear, opens up the understanding that we live in a multiverse.

```Horizontal + Vertical axis = area, add depth = volume, add time axis =
multiverse space, hyperspace, whatever (but it is a higher space than just
volume)```

```The multiverse exists in the time axis.  If the time axis is symmetrical to the
other axes, the higher space information storage capacity would fill the volume
of a cube of space along our world line.  3 axes = 10^200, 4 axes = 10^300.  So
if we could see the area of space across the time axis (across the multiverse),
we would see 10^300 information.  But we do not have access to anything but our
world line, so this axis is excluded= 10^200 (The Holigraphic principle).```

So why did I get all twisted around trying to explain the mental image I had all along that time is a fourth axis which creates a higher space than volume that is the space the multiverse exists in? It is very hard to imagine a spatial quantity above volume, and I kept wanting to refer to it as a "time area" or a "volume of time" which greatly complicates the issue, because obviously it sounds like I am referring to typical 2 axis area or 3 axis volume.

```Imagine you have no knowledge of the physics of our universe, but
mathematical knowledge.  You are told that you are about to enter a 4 axis
universe, but that the nature of your experience would make it seem you had the
freedom to move about in 3 axes, but were stuck on a fixed motion along a line
in the fourth axis.  What predictions would you make about your experience?
The two that come to mind for me are:  It will be very difficult for me to
appreciate the true size of this universe; and some observations will make it
appear there is a higher dimension, given my failure to appreciate the fourth
axis is really more than linear.```

The holographic principle is just such an observation- it implies we live in a universe with a higher dimension. Viewing time as an axis instead of a line, that higher dimension may be the area created by the time axis (the multiverse).

```"This is the distinctive core of the quantum concept of time: Other times are just
special cases of other universes" - David Deutsch, FOR, p. 278.```

```My follow up:  Other outcomes/worlds are other universes beyond our world-line
on the time axis.```

`Danny Mayes`

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