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Holodynamic Systems

The human organism is both "holographic" and "dynamic", it is holodynamic.

In "holographic" systems, each part contains information about the system as a whole, much like in a hologram.
(For more on this, see The Holographic Universe)

"Dynamic" systems are those that are constantly changing, and are often so complex that they are just beginning to be studied by the new branches of science related to complexity and dynamical systems theory.
(For more on this see Complexity)

Holodynamic systems share properties with holograms but they are also complex and constantly changing. When we do something to such a system, we affect the system in ways that can be unpredictable, even theoretically. This is why much of medical diagnosis has to rely on statistical methods. It would be impossible to study a system as complex as the individual patient using traditional medical methods, so groups are studied and statistics are employed to approximate what an individual might need under different circumstances.

Scientists who study complex systems have found that the future behavior of these systems cannot be predicted accurately from how they have responded in the past. These complex systems can only be studied, experienced, and influenced in the moment.

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