Speaking at SAND18 Italy, Jude Currivan explores the theme of unity expressed in diversity and lists some recent supporting evidence since the publication of her book The Cosmic Hologram. Describing the discovery of the uniformity of informational patterns that underlie both ecological and human behavior, she predicts the nature of the 21st century scientific revolution as the realization that information is reality and that reality is unified.
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