The cellular universe: A new
cosmological model based on the holographic principle
Seyed Hadi Anjamrooz1,2*,
Douglas J. McConnell3
and Hassan Azari4
University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran.
of Anatomical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Kurdistan
University of Medical Sciences, Sanandaj, Iran.
of Neurosurgery, College of Medicine, University of Florida,
Anatomical Sciences, School of Medicine, Shiraz University
of Medical sciences, Shiraz, Iran.
*Corresponding author. E-mail:
Accepted 04 April, 2011
Human knowledge of the universe is largely incomplete. Rapid
progress in the understanding of cosmology is anticipated
with the development of new strategies of examination. Among
these strategies, holographic modeling may be the next great
revolution that awaits cosmology. This comparative review,
which is the first of its kind, describes the universe from
the perspective of cell biology, focusing on theoretical and
observational conceptualizations of cosmic history.
This holographic strategy
presents us with a natural, understandable, and
reasonably expanding universe; in fact, nearly all that
exists in the macrouniverse is mirrored in a biological cell
as a microuniverse. Simply put, the universe can be pictured
as a cell. Such
holographic simulation may be
hypotheses for cosmological research projects, especially for those that require
significant commitment of time and finances. It may also
impart holistic insights to any researcher interested in the
inner working of the cosmos.
Key words: Cosmology, cosmological model, holographic principles, dark