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Lunar Discoveries Concerning the Holographic Theory of the Universe

Labiad Mohamed El Bachir
Keywords: Cosmology, Astronomy, Selenography, Geography, Cartography.

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Bachir, L.M.E., 2021. Lunar Discoveries Concerning the Holographic Theory of the Universe. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 2(5), pp.48-51.

Abstract

This brief study relates the probable future advances in the holographic theory of the Universe not today exhaustively developed and which is currently living the premises of its birth and adoption. More specifically, it is a question of modestly developing the probability that the moon itself is a natural holographic phenomena having an electromagnetic and optical nature.

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