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The Cave, James Lovelock, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Rupurt Sheldrake and the Matrix.

Man, his myths and symbols.

Some people do believe that the last of the empathic human beings died out in the 60ties and 70ties. I disagree, there is a new underground keeping the human essence alive. 1,258 more words

The Greatest Conference Paper Ever Written

Can ratpag get off topic for a moment? A couple weeks ago the University of Miami hosted the WeRobot 2014 conference on robotics law. While articles in legal journals are thoroughly fact-checked and foot-noted by an army of 2nd year law students, papers at legal conferences seem to have been written on the plane ride over.  451 more words

The Day the Dollar Died the Harvest Begins -- with John Galt ~ The Plane Truth - PTS 3080

Published in Dec. 2013
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News And Politics

What makes for a truly great film?

What makes for a good film, a great movie? I’m sure the answer can be just as diverse as the amount of films in existence. This makes it particularly hard to define a certain set of criteria I may use to define a film that stands out from the crowd. 511 more words


Digital Effects Tell the Story in Live Action Movies

“Spectacular Digital Effects CGI and Contemporary Cinema” by Kristen Whissel, $23.95 paper maintains that there is now a powerful ‘effects emblem’ which do not interrupt the narrative but contribute to the story and characterization in live action films. 15 more words


The Matrix (1999)

“You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.” 489 more words


C o n s c i o u s C o n f i r m a t i o n

I’ve recently learnt the art of discernment when it comes to seeking spiritual truths and knowledge externally via books, teachings, and the internet. When you’re pretty deep thinking, sensitive and spiritually minded, things can hurt on a deep level. 312 more words