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Advances in Earth Science  2008, Vol. 23 Issue (3): 262-269    DOI: 10.11867/j.issn.1001-8166.2008.03.0262
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Discussion on the Theory of Geological Holography
Wang Haiqiao1,Zhong Jianhua1,2
1. Institute of Earth Resources and Information, China University of Petroleum (East China),Dongying 257061, China; 2. Guangzhou Institute of Geochermstry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510640, China
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Abstract  

Base on the universality of the existent of the geological holographic phenomena in nature and according as some geology phenomena which dose exist, bring forward the theory of geological holography first time, consider that local geological unit can contain most information of the whole geological environment, or there is a finer comparability and correspondability between them. The correspondability with objectivity and universalism in geology can be a gist and instrument of forecasting each other between the local unit and the whole environment of geology. The “Geological unit” here includes two facets: the space characters of geological bodies and the frequencies of geological activities. The geological holographic phenomena can be found in both space and time which include respectively the 3-D configuration of geological bodies and the frequencies of geological activities, which we called them geological configuration holographic and geological time holographic.

Key words:  Geological holographic phenomena      Geological space holographic      Geological time holographic      Holographic node.             
Received:  22 May 2007      Published:  10 March 2008
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Wang Haiqiao,Zhong Jianhua. Discussion on the Theory of Geological Holography
. Advances in Earth Science, 2008, 23(3): 262-269.

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