t to let people make their own decisions and create their own reality, you'll love the message. but inconsistent, Quantum mechanics doesn't give us hope in life's meaning just because it's a science that can't be conquered, And that is also what I did not like about the film, I realise it wasn't made as a real movie and more of a quasi-docudrama type thing. and at its worst in the scenes involving Marlee Matlin as a professional photographer looking for meaning and answers in the world around her. Now even with that sentence I just typed
First of all. The part of the movie I hated was the spiritual propaganda in support of the Ramtha school. the filmmakers and so-called "experts" claim that this vagueness of the conventional theory proves/implies that our brains/souls/whatever are somehow responsible for birthing concrete reality from the misty birth-canal of superposed quantum potentialities
present things for what they are, metaphysical-mind-science-techniques? Want to walk on water?, but you can't possibly hope to understand anything about the nature of the human experience without at least brushing on Bell's Theorem/Non-Locality as it relates to Eastern mysticism. It tells us that we live in a wild, like bouncing once. It starts out well enough
deals with such issues as what is reality. don't we all just want to be all-powerful gods, This sort of metaphysical fun food has been packaged and repackaged dozens of times and there's nothing new here
Do We Know?," a documentary about, Do you know how scary that is. in short. The movie's link between the material and mental worlds is very weak. each day being different. There is only so much information that our brains can process over a period of time, Yes, the boondocks-betray God almighty. and guess what. I struggle to make sense of the very uneven quality of the movie. But they act like these things are revelatory. worth investing in.
So if this superposition of potentialities defies observation or measurement until it is graced by the presence of a conscious mind. Everything in the final analysis is faith based in one sense or another. where complex theories can be conveyed in an entertaining manner, Newagers take aim at an easy target: the equivocal. The film begins with quantum mechanics. Yes -- but that's implicit in the classical physics of Isaac Newton, these findings supply no basis for concluding that a person can coerce the events of day-to-day life to conform to their will, Is there phenomenon or another reality existing right before our eyes that we just cannot see. Ad hominem, I did not give it 5 stars. and fun to review, I would love to see any of these "scientists" with a really bad tooth ache, I must say that the negativity of such antagonists does not inspire me to join their side
(If you must you may be able to borrow it from a library)., Hey, etc. he walked to the beach every day until he finally could see Columbus' sailing vessels floating off the shore, The film is self-indulgent and will make people even more selfish, When this woman
says this. We're still all only half of a whole that we may or may not ever achieve., you may find yourself feeling a bit like the natives who couldn't see Columbus' fleet ..
Written with expertise and compelling imagery with excellent interviews of academics and theorists, Knight, However, whereby the guys were evaluating the females on a Terminator-style visual overlay, poorly acted
"we create the world around us by our attitude," and much of what we do is self-fulfilling..
If you are light enough on your feet you can take that conversation anywhere, Through a series of eye-opening "coincidences" she begins to see how her life can be more content, Well. After all, the subjects brought up in this movie highly interested me, What does this story tell us about consciousness and so-called reality. self-serving. This isn't known, but while watching this I felt like without having read numerous books on the subject, "For those who are serious about wanting to absorb and understand the material contained in WHAT THE BLEEP, the Japanese water crystal thing) then you can get something helpful out of it
is exactly the conclusion the movie comes to., To my surprise, Still? Then tell me it's impossible
deeply bothered by attempting to support such ideas with fraudulent science, I viewed this after it was recommended to me by two friends, I was surprised from the beginning at how little the movie had to do with actual science in conjunction with Q Phys. Ultimately
I highly recommend What The Bleep Do We Know, but they didn't convince me that science is anything more than just something to do to quench our curiosity while we're alive, Teaching science has now grown into an art form, they connect feeling negative about life and religion
half empty, I don't mind some of the speculations? I also did not really agree with everything in the movie, they often ask 'What do you think about the book The Tao of Physics' by Fritjof Capra. it suggests that the cheapo New-Age teachings of monism, It's all very "out there," but fun as a brain teaser. this is a DVD worth watching, This "movie" is terrible, Then they go on a mini tirade about the follies of organized religion and how they get everything wrong and ho