A great lesson from Big Bang Theory – S06E05

In response to today’s prompt Hyperbole

I recently started watching Big Bang theory. Today I watched the fifth episode of season 6 and one part of the conversation between Leonard and Penny is stuck in my mind.

In the scene Penny has come down to Leonard’s lab to understand what he does. Leonard starts explaining his latest work to Penny and says “It’s a front-projected holographic display combined with laser-based finger tracking.” And he creates a holographic display of a pencil with the effect of laser.

He continues, “according to a foundational idea in string theory the whole universe may be a hologram.”

Penny asked what do you mean and Leonard shows our Universe in that holographic display. It looked beautiful to me too.

He continues, “The holographic principle suggests that what we all experience every day in three dimensions may really just be information on a surface located at the farthest reaches of our cosmos. So it’s possible that our lives are really just acting out a painting on the largest canvas in the Universe.”

Can you believe it that our lives are really just acting out a painting on the largest canvas in the Universe?

Does it sound Hyperbolic?

I believe there still is no final proof about what exactly our Universe is. The science says something else, the religion says something else!

Abraham Hicks says that there is nothing serious going on here! I believe this. We humans are creating problems and seriousness. Our main purpose in this Universe is Joy. Don’t get too serious in life to miss out the fun.

If our lives are really acting out a painting, I want that painting to be full of Happiness, Fun and Laughter!

Keep Laughing!

Here is the YouTube link of the part from the episode I am referring to!


Author: passiondesignerblog

below quotes describe me the best way "The goal is to die with memories and not dreams." "Every time you find some humor in a difficult situation, you win."

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