This is probably the first time I buy a book thinking about a subject and discovering a total different text.
Apparently this book should talk about the theory of holographic universe, explaining what it means for the reality to appear three-dimensional while it really is bi-dimensional. This should be about information theory, black hole entropy and so on.
Surprisingly this book is totally different: it just take some holographic principles for granted and start by discussing each and every kind of para-normal, supernatural event or perception.
In the very beginning of the book there is some small scientific diversions, but in the rest of the volume, every non-scientific phenomenon is just assumed as real and explainable by the holographic principle.
In the final parts of the book, it became almost anti-scientific and I can't justify in any possible way the results the book presumes to explain.