Thursday, May 22, 2008

What the Bleep Do We Know

What the Bleep Do We Know!? is an extraordinary project which transcends traditional cinema and presents a hybrid ‘feature documentary’ that challenges and inspires its audience – it’s a unique cinematic creation - really three films in one, interwoven like a DNA helix, into an original tapestry.

It's a documentary. It's a story. It has mind-blowing special effects. These three elements combine to bring about a film experience that will rock your mind and lift your soul! It's a new genre about a New Worldview for a new audience. This outrageous film plunges you into a world where quantum uncertainty is demonstrated – where neurological processes, and perceptual shifts are engaged and lived by its protagonist - where everything is alive, and reality is changed by every thought.

It has been called by some theater goers 'The Handbook to The Matrix'. Like The Matrix it shows you a greater reality behind the one we all accept as true, and you have the ability to create absolutely anything from your own thought while laughing all the way! The difference between this film and that movie is that this isn't science fiction. It's even stranger. It's real. And it's the first film to say it. And it does so boldly and with a BLEEP of a lot of humour.




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Anonymous said...

This documentary isn't vary factual. It's the vary example of someone using the strangeness of quantum physics to justify a certain belief system, yet ultimately getting what quantum physics says, totally wrong.

For example, it mentions how the double slit experiment shows that the way subatomic particles travel through two slits is dependent on the observation of those particles as they enter the slits. the movie uses this oddity, incorrectly, to suggest that reality is dependent on our perception of it. but in actuality the reason why the observation effects the experiment is because at the subatomic scale the only way to observe something is to effect that something you are trying to observe. This is why, for example, you can't know the position and velocity of a subatomic particle, measuring its position effects its speed, measuring its speed effects its position.

Anonymous said...

what a joke, its religion, stripped of its dogma and traditions... no less ubsurd, devious and , oh yes, all about money> It pins the blame, shamelessly, on YOU for your problems, and if you just buy certain books and listen to certain people, all your dreams will come true. Oh well, it will never end

Rafael said...

Hello Scott.
I don't know anything about quatum mechanics, I just have heard what has been told in documentaries and read a little bit in a few books. It is so counterintuitive that a lot of people use it to try to invent strange theories about consciousness and the mind, etc. I think it is all rubbish. I don't understand how you, that are an skeptic and an atheist, can believe and enjoy something like this.
I'm going to leave you with a quote from Richard Feynman "I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics" The Character of Physical Law (1965) Ch. 6