[....] Physicist Wayne Wang found the similarities between the physics of  the holographic universe and the Tao Te Ching so startling that he makes an explicit link in his book Dynamic Tao.(26) In this book, originally written by Lao Tzu in 500 BCE, the manifest world is described as Yo, the mirror world as Wu and the infinite singularity as the eternal Tao.
   In another of the Chinese teachings, the Ta Chuan, the themes of negative and positive space and time becomes more explicit. This quote describes the manifest and mirror universe as male and female and their entwined relationship.(27)

"The process of Ch'ien completes things through the male.
The process of K'un completes things through the female.
Ch'ien
knows the great beginnings.
K'un
makes and completes all things."

[Based on: Punk Science, Inside The Mind of God, by Dr Manjir Samanta-Laughton (Copyright 2006), pp. 283-284 - (26) - Wang WL. Dynamic Tao and its manifestation. (Helena Island Publisher) 2004. (27) - Karcher S. Ta Chuan: the Great Treatise. (St Martin's press) 2000.]