@Mark: lol, I almost posted a very similar response till I refreshed and saw yours.
That book, "The Holographic Universe" has bestowed the word "Holographic" with undue misinterpretation. There is nothing holographic about 'space' itself, punch through a wall and you will find that out.
However, counter-space being the inverse of space may have a more appropriate relationship to the idea of 'energy' or 'vibration' constituting the formed attributes of space (holography is still an inappropriate connotation to these concepts, however). The torsion fields (interactions) between these two regions, in varying degrees of complexity, produce the Being and other entities we find difficult to reproduce on a singular physical level.
That's my take on it, anyways.