Topic: Hidden Sector Matter - A Universe of Thought? (and What The Bleep? 2)

Here's a fairly interesting interview with John Hagelin, one of the scientists featured in What the Bleep? movie.

http://www.whatthebleep.com/herald8/articles.shtml


There's also going to be a new What The Bleep? Movie out early next year called What The Bleep - Down The Rabbit Hole. There's a bit of info and a trailer here http://www.whatthebleep.com/herald8/

I'm a bit confused as to a whether it's an entirely new movie or not. The page above describes it as a directors cut, which implies an entended edition of the old movie, but also says there's an hour and 45 minutes of new footage. Well if it's the old movie with an hour and 45 minutes of added footage then it must be over 3 hours long!

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Re: Hidden Sector Matter - A Universe of Thought? (and What The Bleep? 2)

looks very cool!  Looking fwd to the release in February...

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Re: Hidden Sector Matter - A Universe of Thought? (and What The Bleep? 2)

...got the Quantum Edition of What the Bleep Down the Rabbit Hole, the 3 disc DVD version, and although I liked both versions a lot, I was wondering what anyone else thought?

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Re: Hidden Sector Matter - A Universe of Thought? (and What The Bleep? 2)

If the original taught you what you needed to know then why a 2nd edition?

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Re: Hidden Sector Matter - A Universe of Thought? (and What The Bleep? 2)

starling wrote:

If the original taught you what you needed to know then why a 2nd edition?

..........the Quantum Edition has two versions: a Director's Cut of the original, and a Quantum Version, five hours on two discs, with a quantum uncertainty ability that will reshuffle the scenes according to the laws of quantum physics, so that what you see may be fifteen minutes long or all five hours long. I like the idea that the higher self might be able to have a hand in the reshuffling, and hand over a new meaning to scenes based on context.
.....that, and I never buy the first version of any DVD. I hate finding a better version a year later, and the first version less than half of the original price. Anyway...

...the eye, altering...alters all - William Blake

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Re: Hidden Sector Matter - A Universe of Thought? (and What The Bleep? 2)

I watched a good two hours or so of the Quantum version while under the influence of LSD. I liked it a lot, but the shuffling got me really confused the way it jumps from scene to scene rather than flowing smoothly.