What the Bleep Do We Know!? - Special Edition
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Embark on a life-changing journey with Amanda (Marlee Matlin), a divorced photographer who tumbles down a metaphysical rabbit hole. Her mind-bending voyage through the worlds of science and spirituality includes revelations by quantum physics experts, playful animation, and even a conversation with a wise, 35,000-year-old being. Ultimately, Amanda s perception of reality is turned inside out and the meaning of life becomes clear. See for yourself why this groundbreaking movie became one of the most compelling and talked about films of the year.
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That said, there is a definite divide between two schools of thought – science versus perception (by perception I mean how a person's perception shapes his or her reality). I'm somewhere in the middle of these two schools – that while perception and outlook do, in fact, create reality to an extent, the science behind it is very important.
I still don't fully understand quantum physics and some of the experiments discussed in the film, I get the simpler ideas – some of the Dr. Quantum cartoons were interesting. And I appreciated the storyline of the photographer (Marlee Matlin), which intermittently runs between "science" segments and shows some of the ideas in the context of an actual person thrust into considering said ideas. I also appreciated the segment on Dr. Emoto and his water experiments.
The extra discs, which contain interviews and lots of other interesting discussions are, in places, even more interesting than some of the film segments.
I really liked this, not because I believe that science and spirituality have actually reconciled, but because I think that opening oneself up to new concepts, presented in a thought-provoking way, can be beneficial. You can think and decide for yourself.
Watch it with friends, as you'll need to comment on it as you',re watching. «good stoner film. Like quantum physiques in the Twilight Zone.
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and a view into the invisible realm that holds the visible realm in place.
Great work.. great vision