Would you like to walk through walls or fly without wings? And to move galaxies, planets and stars at will, like furniture in an apartment? It sounds fantastic, and even from the point of view of modern natural science, it is completely impossible... There is an interesting theory that our Universe is like a hologram projected into the usual three-dimensional space from other dimensions of a higher level. This does not mean that our world is illusory and unreal, but it could open different perspectives for us in the future when we come closer to understanding the structure of the world. Science knows many mysteries of the world, the answer to which is not yet known. We can only build colorful images of how things really are. The field of quantum particles reluctantly opens before us, but now we understand that we have found the key to the mechanism of the Universe. It remains only to understand how to use it and how to configure our holographic world.
released May 25, 2017
Composition – Aquatone
Keyboards, synthesizers, sampler, programming, effects, writing, arrangement, mixing, mastering, artwork – Andy Kloxx
Remastering – Andy Kloxx, January 2019
Artwork retouch – USC-Team
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