- “The GEO600 gravitational wave detector with two 600 meters arms (Figure 03a) has not detected any signal so far. However for many months lately in 2008, inexplicable noise is plaguing the giant detector. One novel explanation suggests that this is the noise of space-time jitter projected from the surface of the event horizon to appear as hologram in our 3-D space. The encoding of information on the 2-D event horizon surface is similar to that in a black hole as mentioned above. What's special in this case is the realization that the number of information on the surface must match the number of bits contained inside the volume of the universe. Since the storage in the volume is bigger on the surface, the world inside must be made up of grains bigger than the smallest space-time unit in Planck length (on the surface) - at around 3x10-13 cm (instead of 1.6x10-33 cm). Or, to put it another way, a holographic universe is blurry but the grainy structure is much easier to detect. Quantum effects will cause the space-time quanta to convulse wildly resulting in the noise picked up by GEO600. If this interpretation is proven to be correct, it will be ranked at the same level of achievement as the discovery of the CMBR, which also appeared as noise in the microwave detector.
- Figure 03a GEO600 Detector
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