She talks well...expresses concepts easily...bases her views upon science and comparative descriptions... but yes, that's just two interviews where there are probably dozens and dozens.
6 or 7 books published, well traveled to all kinds of conferences, PHD in physics and other things on top, and a youtube channel I think? I'll have to track that down.
In the meantime, her 'holographic universe' has its basis on pure information being transferred or transmitted from one state of being to another, not just between similar things. I think that in the state of a human, we have the end result of a brain wholly able to estimate its surroundings and monitoring the condition of the body it controls and is controlled by. So much information being processed on levels that we are not even conscious of.
Our heart pumps and we breath automatically thanks mostly to electrical signals being processed which are controlled through chemical signals assessed as to the state of our blood's supply of oxygen and our physical state of rest or exertion. Then there are the white cells within the blood that behave according to chemical residue within the stream informing of something that shouldn't be somewhere, and they step into action en-mass...or step in to repair something that has suddenly gone awry, such is their multidisciplinary attitude towards keeping their host healthy. Hmm...but even they can overact and do damage when something within goes haywire.
We can have a malignancy of cells that are part of our make-up, which alter their own make-up and inform other cells to do the same...we can inform our stomach what kinds of gastric juices to produce depending firstly on what we smell with our nose that our brain knows is going to be food at any moment, and then what our tongue tastes and which part of the tongue is excited by sweet, sour, meat, vegetable etc, so that the right juice is produced: meat needs something stronger than an apple needs, so the order in which we eat can have a great benefit to our system, such as meat in the middle of the day and everything else at breakfast and dinner, with no sweets after 2 hours before bed...our pancreas and gall bladder produce other juices for the small intestine to further aid digestion, and the pancreas produces insulin to regulate the blood's sugar levels so having sweet stuff late doesn't have a chance to be used up by our system as we settle down for the night and then sleep.
If all the information is needed to regulate a closed system, whether it is consciously or unconsciously or subconsciously doing things, and no matter that WE can appreciate the intelligence of anything because we perceive intelligence only in things that we define as having not just a brain but also a soul (yes, I do believe religions have that as a part of their allowable activities on the planet with any creature they see fit to either subjugate or eat or dispose of, due to their fitness for being approached according to whether the creature has a soul or not...so anyone who professes their affirmation for their God may just size you up as being disposable).
But what does a soul have to do with a connection to the first moment of emergence out of nothingness, and the very last instant of existence when the very last spark of structure deforms itself into the great expanse that space and time have constructed out of the spent remnants of matter and energy diluted in to a vast vacuum of equilibrium just this side 'it all sucks!' ?
Is it information of any kind? It can't tell me about my previous life or how I died that time or what heaven was like and why I am back again. That's how it works, isn't it? Isn't that how our life is supposed to go around? We are star stuff, recycled into elements and patterns and functions and form, and will deteriorate not only during our existence but amazingly so after our demise...ashes to ashes and dust to dust...star stuff indeed.
So...who still likes a closed system? Who still likes information transformation? Who still likes being a single entity amidst their surroundings?
And who still thinks that we aren't all connected, from the largest galaxy to the tiniest quanta?