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Biological Holographic Theory

Biological holographic theory is centered around the idea that each relatively independent part of an organism contains information on the whole. For instance, a single branch of some plants, such as many roses, can grow into a full new plant. Also, animal stem cells can develop into an entire new living organism. These phenomena indicate that smaller divisions of an organism contain information regarding the entire living being.

Biological holographic theory posits that each relatively independent part of the hum an body is a miniature of the body as a whole, with smaller areas such as the ear, head, hand, foot or trunk reflecting the entire body. In each of these local arenas, there are areas corresponding to each of the zang-fu organs, which are called are holographic zones. The zones share the same names as the organs they represent. If a reaction appears in a particular holographic zone, it often indicates that some kind of pathological change is occurring in the corresponding organ. Traditional Chinese doctors observe the tongue and feel the pulse to diagnose a patient’s general condition, which is an example of using small areas to infer the condition of the whole.