- adv. In a holographic way.
“When those aspects of your DNA that are "holographically" related to and the source of higher intelligence is found, the process will begin.”
“For a moment, La Forge wondered if Worf, perhaps engaged in simulated combat against a holographically created enemy, would even answer the call.”
“May 3, 2010, 1: 24 pm brentpeterson01 says: sammy Finkelman: If you wanted real security, the court would only be holographically present.”
“Quick question: Would a holographically projected Scalia be more or less obnoxious?”
“If you wanted real security, the court would only be holographically present.”
“The ending of this story, in which Seldon holographically appears, was terrific!”
“We have learned in recent experiments that memory is stored not in specific neural centers but, holographically, throughout the brain.”
“C3PO and R2-D2 are still the hosts… Admiral Ackbar holographically communicates with the Star Tours vehicle.”
“Another thing: I have discovered there is indeed a pre-existing theory that minds do work holographically, not only in the way they use interference patterns to store memories and images, but in the way that the brain can continue to function almost fully when only a portion of itself is intact.”
“Shorter JR: Each autonomous 9/11 individual emerges holographically within a conspiracy-oriented, egoless ontological consciousness as a BDS-driven non-dimensional geometric point within the transcendental schizophrenic matrix.”
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