The Holographic Model + Alzheimer's

I’ve been reading recently about the Holographic Model of the Universe, mainly from Michael Talbot’s book. In the book he cites a study where a mouse is trained to run a maze. The mouse runs the maze and then scientists chopped away the brain of the mouse until all that was left was the brain stem. The mouse was a lot clumsier but it still managed to run the maze, and it seemed to run the maze with the benefit of prior learnings. So the idea put forward as a result of this experiment is that memory is stored in places other than the brain. Now when I read that experiment, and the other concepts in the book, it all kind of made sense but now I am trying to get my head around it in a real world situation.

If someone has Alzheimer’s AND memory isn’t stored in the brain then how does the memory loss work? Where does it get lost from? If memory is truly stored in a hologram in each cell of the body, and the greater universe, then surely the brain damage associated with Alzheimer’s wouldn’t be a deal breaker… As I understand it Alzheimer’s relates to the deterioration or collapse of synapses and neurons in the brain – but (and assuming the mouse example can be generalised to apply to humans) the mice would have experienced that and more with their brain having been physically chopped up…

This has me puzzled. I know there are many people on this site with the ability to share great insight so I would love to hear thoughts, ideas or even more places I can continue this journey to try and understand it…

The Holographic Model + Alzheimer’s

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