Mech

Low-Tech Hi-Tech

mikerea1I love the look of this, it's like a low tech version of hi-tech machinery. The amount of craftsmanship is breathtaking. I wonder if it has movable parts.

My goal is to create the idea of an object that remains a dream.

the artist Michael T. Rea's

I chuckle because it reminds me of the Futurama episode where Bender goes to get an upgrade and runs away ending up on an island with other out-dated robots. He ends up replacing his parts with wooden ones until he is entirely made out of wood.

(via Boing Boing)

Down the Bleeping Rabbit Hole

If you haven't seen the movie What the BLEEP do we know, get it it. If you have seen it I have I have a treat for you:

What the BLEEP – Down the Rabbit Hole is an extended Director’s Cut of What the Bleep Do We Know!? It includes new scientific findings that supplement the original movie, and it goes more deeply into the concepts explored.

We still follow Amanda as her uninspired life unravels to reveal the uncertain world of quantum mechanics hidden beneath her normal, waking reality. But in the Director’s Cut, the interviews are lengthened and a full 95% of all interviews is new, never before seen footage exploring the links between quantum mechanics, neurobiology, human consciousness and day-to-day reality.

Featuring an hour of new interviews and two new scientists, Dean Radin, Ph.D., and Dr. Masaru Emoto, and author of The Field, Lynne McTaggart; and introducing Dr. Quantum in 20 minutes of new animation, this is the deeper exploration that you’ve been asking for (What the Bleep.com).

This is one of the most innovative and inspirational movie I have seen for a long time. If you are interested in the nature of reality, watch this film.