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https://plus.google.com/102458038322817439473 Robert Kirk : Lucy Gives Scarlett Johansson a Role She Can Kill: Genetic Freak Photo: ©Universal Starring Scarlett...
Lucy Gives Scarlett Johansson a Role She Can Kill: Genetic Freak

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Starring Scarlett Johansson as an unwilling drug mule transformed into a kick-ass Renaissance-gal genius when the dope she's packing in her shapely innards gets her formerly unemployed medulla oblongata firing on all cylinders, Lucy is a great piece of pop junk. Even though the director, longtime Gallic deep-dish pizza purveyor Luc Besson (La Femme Nikita), is predictably wowed by his own kitschy pensées about the godhood lurking within us all, that's not the audience's headache. Taking himself seriously is just how Besson gets amped up to pile on the anchovies.

The result is a movie you probably didn't know you were craving: a cross between Awakenings and Barbarella. Named for the ur-Lucy—as in not Lucille Ball, but the evolved Ethiopian chimp whose fossilized remains make her humanity's Darwinian mom and who, you'll be glad to hear, rates a 2001: A Space Odyssey-style cameo—Besson's latest programmable female blank slate is introduced as she's being conned by her skeevy boyfriend (Pilou Asbaek) into delivering a mysterious suitcase. The recipient is the movie's inevitable Mr. Big: Korean actor Choi Min Sik, the minotaur-faced star of Park Chan-wook's Oldboy, as a zillionaire drug lord named Jang.

Interrupted by Discovery Channel clips of nature red in tooth and claw that signal a Theme is brewing, these early scenes are the only ones that require Johansson to do something resembling conventional acting, as opposed to turning on the pulchritude-plus-attitude Johansson Effect as if Niels Bohr has just invented it. Though she's not bad as Lucy the hard-luck patsy, you won't shed any tears when—a couple of woman-in-jep confrontations later—Mensa's answer to Ecstasy starts leaking into her veins and her eyes go all CGI Vegas in closeup.

By then, Morgan Freeman has turned up (come on, you were expecting Seth MacFarlane?) as renowned thinking-cap expert Professor Norman, who's first seen delivering a lecture on our untapped mental capacities at the ever-popular University of Exposition. The average homo sapien only uses about 10 percent of his or her gray matter—and Freeman's agent gets by with five, but never mind— so just think of the psychokinetic jollies we could access by tapping into our brains' leftover gigabytes, etc. To say Freeman is texting it in would insult your iPhone; he looks wearier of his own career than the Sphinx does at its latest tourist photo op, sort of like he misses the Shakespearean challenges of playing Lucius Fox in The Dark Knight. But he knows somebody's got to be in the movie besides Johansson, and also that it doesn't much matter who.

Freeman doesn't bring a lot to the party even after Johansson zooms to Paris to consult him. With her cells replicating faster than American Idol also-rans, Lucy calculates she's got all of 24 hours to live, and she could use the Prof's wisdom to make the most generous use of her limited time as Leonardo da Vinci combined with the ultimate Jeopardy! contestant combined with a one-woman SWAT team. That is, when she isn't arranging to have Jang's other drug mules nabbed at various glamorous European airports and hauled to gay Paree with the help of French cop Pierre del Rio (an entertaining Amr Waked, whose bamboozled expressions once Lucy drafts him as her male gun moll may speak for us all). Oh, and having her revenge on—how'd you guess?—Mr. Big himself.

A lot of Lucy could be wittier than it is. Chan-Wook Park, who to some extent is the template dude here, could probably have calibrated the right mix of empowerment fantasy, pseudo-science, comedy and violent kicks in his sleep, but Besson doesn't get a firm grip on his own hyperbole until something like halfway through the movie. Yet the basic idea—not just Johansson as Superwoman, but Superwoman as a doomed 21st-century cyber-Christ—is about as yummy as pulp with an arty streak gets, and even moving once the director uncorks his time-traveling hopscotch finale. The paradox is that the movie wouldn't be nearly as enjoyable if Besson was half the intellectual he thinks he is. In its peculiarly Gallic way, his instinctive commercialism has more fervor and zest—that is, more feeling—than the manufactured kind we're inured to.

All the same, it's hard to imagine Lucy working as well as it does with any other actress playing the lead. At one point, Angelina Jolie was set to star, and her confident indestructibility would likely have altered the tone a good deal. I've been known to start giggling helplessly when fellow reviewers—male, like you can't figure that out on your own—talk about Johansson's talent, because she's always at the mercy of directors who know how to use her: Woody Allen in Vicky Christina Barcelona, say, or Sofia Coppola in Lost In Translation. Otherwise, she's helpless, not that the camera doesn't dote on her anyway.

But besides giving us plenty of reasons to gaze on her with wonder—and the man does know how to photograph the feminine mystique in action, give him that—Besson's premise brings out the forlorn side of Johansson's isolation from ordinary experience. One reason she's unexpectedly convincing as an overnight brainiac who no longer has bupkus in common with the rest of us is the way the role fuses with the quiddities of her own stardom; even her inability to relate to her castmates as anything but somewhat befogged, intriguingly impatient visiting royalty is an asset. Whether she'll ever be able to play anything but gorgeous freaks again is anybody's guess—it's been a long time since she aced the part of Thora Birch's humdrum sidekick in Ghost World at age 17, and back then everybody thought Birch was the keeper. But watching Johansson's ride through the pop-culture theme park is one of the sunnier privileges of our time.
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https://plus.google.com/115662242777963277838 Michael Thompson : Body-heat harvesters, flexible screens, and more wearable-tech revolutions The original Google Glass...
Body-heat harvesters, flexible screens, and more wearable-tech revolutions


The original Google Glass was huge and awkward, weighing in at more than 7 pounds and attached to an ungainly backpack-like contraption. And while it’s made strides since its inception, the gadget still has a long way to go.

But don’t take our word for it. That’s straight from Google itself.

The opening keynote Tuesday of the Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco featured none other than Babak Parviz, Director of Google X, who noted that Glass and the entire industry has an uphill climb ahead before wearables are as unobtrusive and commonplace as ordinary wrist watches. The future will see improvements to the optics and photonics, miniaturization of the design, increased computing power and ultra low power designs, he said – all key steps on the path to ubiquity.

He then pointed our attention to a delightfully retro 1992 Discovery Channel clip predicting wearable computers circa 2000. (It seems we rather skipped that phase, thank goodness.)

The evolution of wearables

It’s lunchtime on day one of the conference, and attentions have drifted from shrinking computers to the absolute clobbering of Brazil in the World Cup semifinals. Since Wearable Technologies (the company behind the show) is based in Germany, this turn of events is accepted with enthusiasm by the crowd. After an hour of futbol is up, speakers get back to the subject at hand, arguably the hottest topic in tech right now: whatever should we wear?

On day one, the focus was on new materials that will allow for smaller, more flexible and more durable designs, as well as power solutions and the importance of an intuitive user interface. The day kicked off with an introduction by Wearable Technologies CEO Christian Stammel, who announced the company’s recent partnership with Flextronics to create a lab for showcasing the latest wearable tech.

He also slipped in a mention of the movie Her as an indication of where the field could be in as little as five years, which is to say barely noticeable, voice-activated devices with innumerable capabilities. He’s probably right on the money with that one (minus the OS with the ability to love).

The importance of design

Wearable technology is certainly on the path to ubiquity — but it’s not quite there yet. Flexible OLEDs aren’t yet widely available, which limits the capacity for touch interfaces on curved designs, and indium tin oxide (ITO) – a material used to make transparent surfaces conductive – can’t bend. Both are necessary to make wearable devices that are fashionable enough for people to want to wear every day. Plus, readability in daylight remains poor, another deterrent for on-the-go use.

A Finnish company called Canatu has been working on a solution to this lack of flex. It comes in the form of a novel Carbon NanoBud (CNB) material, a form of carbon nanotubes that can be used to make conductive films that flex. It’s also durable enough to survive the lifetime of a foldable device, and has zero haze and zero reflectance in bright sunlight. Bob Senior, sales director at Canatu, maintains that the “war in wearables” is still in full swing, and the winners will be those who differentiate in the form of fashion items that are bendable and wrappable – properties his company hopes to make possible.

We have the power!

No need to worry about innovation in energy, because there’s plenty of that as well. Everything from microbatteries to “energy harvesters” are well underway. Philipp Miehlich, General Manager Marketing and Sales OEM at VARTA Microbattery was on hand to speak to the former, astutely pointing out that batteries define the duration, shape and size of modern portable devices. Improve them and we can improve our gear.

Miehlich also maintained that these devices have three main components — chips are the brain, displays are the face and batteries are the heart, proving that even techy types appreciate personification.

And then there’s harvesting energy from the human body — like in The Matrix. Byung Jin Cho, a researcher at South Korea’s Kaist research university, showed off an awesome thermoelectric battery made out of flexible glass fabric. The ultrathin wearable generator produces electricity from body heat.
 When asked if it could produce enough energy to power a house, Cho laughed and admitted that such generators are suitable only for devices that consume relatively little power. That’s also the case with the Peltier Ring, a gadget invented by student Sean Hodgins, who designed it with the goal to harness waste thermal energy and help us become less reliant on the grid.
So can I use that?

It’s all for naught if we can’t figure out how to use the darn things, of course. Luckily, there are haptics for that. And the folks at Immersion Corporation are ready to provide them. Senior UX Design Manager David Birnbaum and his team are firm believers that haptic feedback – which taps your sense of touch – is an essential complementing component for the traditional display when it comes to wearables.

The company has developed a tactile interface that allows users to determine the urgency and emotion of a message without a glance at the device. It also makes freehand gestures more controllable, lets you feel the invisible user interface for objects around you and makes video games way more fun.

David Holz, CTO and Co-Founder of Leap Motion was also in attendance, showing off the company’s motion sensing technology. While it certainly makes interfacing with your computer much more “hands on,” we’re not sure what the implications are for wearables as yet. Still, it was cool to watch his 3D hands molding clay and building blocks.

All smart, all smart everything

At the end of day one, we were left with a head swimming with technical specs, scientific minutiae and too many charts and graphs to keep track of. But one thing is for certain: We’re well on our way to all smart everything. It’s just a matter of time. And “smart” collaboration.

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Our lovely technician Constance M. was in downtown the other day and she bumped into Mike Rowe from Dirty Jobs-tv show: Discovery channel! She and we were ecstatic and Mr. Rowe did remember Constance and Kyle and the whole episode filmed three years ago at our San Francisco location! Reunited and it feels  so good! Smiles 
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ITS THE OFFICE OF DISCOVERY CHANNEL!!!!!!!!
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Yes, Man-Eating Zombie Cats is actually a real Discovery Channel program on right now.

What I'm discovering is that any channel will jump on any bandwagon.
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https://plus.google.com/109404321301675472716 sundarkanna asokan : 2 min video about 3 year old reincarnated boy who identified past life killer causing the charging of...
2 min video about 3 year old reincarnated boy who identified past life killer causing the charging of the killer.  Newspapers covered this rebirth case too ► http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/681034-3-year-old-remembers-past-life-identifies-murderer-and-location-of-body/.   I hope all people stop fighting or supporting violence or wars.  Karmic Law is as real as Classical Mechanics Law saying Action Force=Reaction Force. :) Acts of aggression, looting, wars of invasion, terrorism, torture, unkindness will come back to the starters of these things in future lifetimes.  Karma has no favorites. 

JUSTICE FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE
 
A few years ago, in the Golan Heights of Syria, a 3-year-old boy clearly remembered where he'd been murdered in his previous life, just 4 years before. He correctly identified the spot his body had been buried, the previous village where he was from, and even the identity of his murderer. 

At first, no one in his small Druze village believed him - that is, until he led village elders to the spot where he remembers being buried. The villagers dug up the spot where the boy says his former corpse was hidden and a skeleton was exactly where he said it would be. The small boy said he was murdered with an axe in his previous life. Mysteriously, a large axe mark on the skeleton corresponds to a birth mark on the boy's head. He also showed the elders where the murder weapon was hidden, and upon digging, they found an axe, right where he said.  Mixed in with the group of Druze village elders was an Israeli doctor, Eli Lasch. The boy is one of the millions of Muslims who believe in or know the reality of reincarnation. The Druze believe, as some other cultures do, that birthmarks are often related to past-life deaths.  A few million Jews, a few million Muslims, hundreds of millions of Christians, and over a billion Hindus-Buddhists believe in reincarnation, see below for more on that.

This boy was born with a long, red birthmark on his head and as soon as he was old enough to talk, he told his family he had been killed by a blow to the head with an axe. The boy also remembered the full name of his killer. When he confronted this man, the alleged killer's face turned white, according to Dr. Lasch, but the assailant did not immediately admit to the murder. However, faced with all of the evidence provided by the boy, the murderer was eventually compelled to admit to the crime and he was then legally charged.

MORE VIDEOS OF REINCARNATION CASES


Reincarnation (according to    #karma ) is the belief of most Asians, 25% of Americans (http://www.pewforum.org/Other-Beliefs-and-Practices/Many-Americans-Mix-Multiple-Faiths.aspx) & 25% of Europeans (http://egregores.blogspot.com/2011/03/belief-in-reincarnation-in-europe-by.html). 

For reincarnation cases and how scriptures were possibly changed to edit reincarnation out, see the youtube videos below:

0. the reincarnation of James ► 5min Reincarnation Proof: The James Linegar Case, 14 min REINCARNATION, Past Life Evidence & 3 min Soul Survivor The Reincarnation of a World War II Fighter Pilot

1. The story of Shanti Devi - 3 min video on reincarnation of Shanti Devi. ♥

This was studied by hundreds of scientists and believed by Mahatma Gandhi who appointed a special commission to investigate its veracity. You can also read a long article about Shanti Devi at ► http://childpastlives.org/library_articles/shanti_devi.htm Other cases are at ► http://childpastlives.org/library.htm

2. Reincarnation, children remember past lives-2 - 3 min Discovery Channel video about twins coming back in the same family. 

3. Reincarnation -evidence of past lives - 7 min BBC clip on reincarnation memory of a child who had a tumor disappear after he remembered his past life.  ♥

4. Scientific Evidence for Reincarnation (English) - 46 min video of research on how past life recall leads to physical healings. ♥:)☻

5. Reincarnation, children remember past lives-1 - 6 min Discovery Channel video on a rebirth case from Sri Lanka.

6. Reincarnation - Jenny Cockell Case - 7 min UK Living video on Jenny Cockell reincarnation case.

The clip shows how a lady died and reincarnated and was able to reunite her former separated children. In the clip you can see how her Catholic former son says he now believes in reincarnation (as do all her kids).

7. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7D7qP2v7Q8 - 14 min video on reincarnation of Jewish Holocaust victim Anne Frank. The video continues in this 4 min clip ► http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MddoSKUagdg
Anne Frank ► http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Frank

8. The Story of Nicola, Reincarnation Experiments - 5 min video on a boy's reincarnation as a girl Nicola. Nicola recalled at 2 her former past life house. Mom checked records and found they matched the story.

9. An amazing premonition of death followed by a story of rebirth. The story of MICHAEL. - 7 min clip on Mike death and rebirth in the same family. The baby told his mom he is Michael, the nephew who died 4 years before and gave more details.

10. The reincarnation recall of MANDY SEABROOK. An amazing story of a young chid. - 8 min video of reincarnated Mandy Seabrook. At the age of 2, Mandy told her mom that she is the reincarnation of her older sister Mandy (same name) who died before. Mandy had unexplainable knowledge of her dead sister's life. At two years old she instantly recognized the grave where her older sister was buried (herself in that other life), even though she never traveled to that area of the country. She attended the funeral as a spirit and recalled her watching the funeral as a spirit, providing details.

11. Evidence of a past life (reincarnation) - 9 min video of super-skeptical policeman who verified 28 facts recorded during his past life regression.

12. By the Emperor's Command - Chapter 1: Banning Reincarnation (1/3) - 9 min video about Roman Emperors removing reincarnation from the New Testament for their own political goals, as other dictators changed history books too. There are many Gnostic and other Gospels where Jesus teaches reincarnation and says he is one of many more aware souls, basically making Christianity almost identical to Buddhism, Hinduism and all native religions believing in reincarnation and the plurality of paths. This is a reason why 25% of Americans/Europeans believe in reincarnation. Some claim different emperors/kings/scribes removed reincarnation from the first 5 books of Old Testament (the Jewish Torah) too and added some 'not so nice' paragraphs.
 
13. Jesus In Kashmir (India) - Documentary by Indian Govt. - 56 min video on Jesus in India & Buddhist places by the Indian Government. ♥

14. Jesus was a Buddhist Monk BBC Documentary WWW.GOODNEWS.WS - 49 min BBC video on Issa or Jesus, the Israeli teacher of reincarnation who went to India. It's not just a quarter of American Christians who believe in reincarnation. Millions of Muslims (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reincarnation#Islam) & Jews (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reincarnation#Judaism) believe in rebirth too.  Madonna & many celebrities believe in rebirth. So did Henry Ford, Napoleon, Benjamin Franklin.

15. Scientific cases for Reincarnation by Dr Jim Tucker - 21 min video by Professor Tucker on Ian Stevenson's past life research. Professor Ian Stevenson studied 2500 rebirth cases and wrote 14 books on reincarnationhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Stevenson. Geddes MacGregor, Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at  USC wrote a book on rebirth too ► http://www.amazon.com/dp/0835605019.  Other reincarnation researchers are Satwant Pasricha, Godwin Samararatne, Antonia Mills, and Erlendur Haraldsson.

16.  Reincarnation - Ian Stevenson - Childrens past life memorie - another video with more data on reincarnation from Professor Tucker.  It mentions cases of birth marks in new life indicating previous life events, etc. 

17.  Reincarnation movie part one is a 27 min first part of a documentary about the past lives of 4 Australian women.  The other 3 parts are 2. Reincarnation Movie pt 2 (21 min), 3. Reincarnation Movie Pt 3 Jenny (20 min), 4: Reincarnation Movie Pt 4 The Past Life Recall of Gwen McDonald (40 min)

Some scientists argue that any sufficiently advanced alien civilization that's been around for 900 trillion years can do Big Bang type events, creating 13 billion years old universes like ours, and 'tiny particles unknown to our physics' bodies that appear to us as 'lightbodies' or souls who evolve by reincarnation in multiple dimensions and galaxies. :)  If they live trillions of years, they could be very calm.   It may be that they setup this baby universe (Michio Kaku video on parallel universes: Multiverse Theory by Dr Michio Kaku) as a school for consciousness, with us exploring arriving at Physical or Inter-Dimensional Immortality.  

Even if we miss Physical Immortality on Earth due to the fact earthlings spend too little on Longevity and too much in wars, we could be one day ending reincarnating in this universe on planets of mortals and  instead start an Immortal life on a planet of Physical Immortals or in other dimensions where people are like shapeshifting energy beings and enjoy immortal lives. :)

It's hard to predict when earthlings will cure aging via nanotech, even if Google Director of Engineering hopes by 2045 we do it:) Ray Kurzweil — Immortality by 2045. Future is not set and people got free will.  May all choose peace so trillions used for wars are used for curing all diseases and aging instead. :)   Hopefully, as people realize karma is real, they will stop supporting wars...  because one who promotes violence one life may be victim of violence the next life. :)




#reincarnation            #immortality            #soul            #spirituality       #afterlife  
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Abiogenesis a.k.a Alex Ries

I've decided to start a series on my favorite artists so from now on you can expect from me about a post a week featuring the works of one particularly creative genius. Painters, sculptors, musicians, writers, directors, engineers, architects, coders, ... artists of all stripes and colors will get a turn in the spotlight.

I am kicking things off with someone who many consider to be a god as he wields the power to pull never before seen fully living and breathing worlds into being. Perhaps the foremost SF artist of our times, he doesn't create pictures, he creates scenes so real they radiate history. 

Alex Ries is a Melbourne based illustrator and concept artist with several years’ experience across the industry. His artworks have been featured by publishers including Cosmos Magazine, Pearson Education Canada, and the Discovery Channel. 

Receiving his education at the University of Melbourne, Alex graduated with a Bachelor of Creative Arts. Studies in diverse visual media including painting, 3D visualisation and film provided a broad creative skills base from which to operate.

This education and experience, coupled with a strong interest in biology, zoology and real-world technology, has fostered an artistic style able to not only accurately illustrate life from the real world, but fictional life as well.

Rumor has it that he's been hard at work on a book that will detail the complete history of life on another world.  From the planet's formation to the evolutionary origins of many of its species to ultimately the development of a culture that like us has managed to soar into space. Can't wait! :) 

http://www.alexries.com/
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