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Old 10-19-2008, 02:49 PM
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Bee Movie (2007)
Bee Movie (2007)



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Old 10-25-2008, 07:25 PM
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The Happening (2008)



A sudden surge of collective suicide secretly precipitated, through biological warfare, by the powers that be, but made to look as if it was brought on as the wrath of nature. If society is brought into a crisis, releasing a biological agent while using nature as a cover the perpetrators are given a cunning form of plausible deniability.

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Old 10-27-2008, 12:00 PM
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Nice job Phil, thanks for posting this =)
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Old 10-27-2008, 05:03 PM
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Spending several hours watching people commit suicide was a waste of time, to say the least.

What type of biological agent could make people commit suicide?
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Old 11-04-2008, 01:59 PM
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I have no idea... You're welcome justgroovy stay tuned for more...
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Old 11-04-2008, 01:59 PM
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Default Cyborg Girl - Boku no kanojo wa saibôgu (2008)

Cyborg Girl - Boku no kanojo wa saibôgu (2008)



I believe that the purpose of movies such as Cyborg Girl is to help bridge the gap between sentient man and the soulless machine and make it more attractive for people to accept implants that directly interface with the human nervous system. Although there are certain benefits to be enjoyed by augmenting nervous systems in case they have been compromised say by, for instance, paralysis or neuro-degenerative diseases, regarding the preservation of privacy and individuality however, brain chips pose a tremendous danger to humanity if such technology is administered by an tyrannical regime in an Orwellian police state setting.

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Old 11-05-2008, 03:05 PM
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Transformers (2007)



[...]personifying robots no doubt earns the sympathy of many young and naive viewers and there stands nothing in the way of viewers to even identify with the robots. Depicting robots sympathetically and which have literally superhuman powers reads like an effective advertisement regarding the merger of man and machine. By making robots come across as friendly and protective (the Autobots only though, not the Decepticons) the viewer is predictively programmed to look favorable towards a future in which man will be drawn closer to machine either by augmenting machines with human characteristics or by endowing humans with machine like qualities facilitated by neural implants. In short, humanizing machines while dehumanizing man. The latter is a most worrisome prospect to anyone preferring to be a flesh-and-blood sentient human being who enjoys his or her autonomic mind and takes pride in his or hers individuality, as opposed to being an essentially soulless and unconditionally obedient machine reminiscent of a human.

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Old 01-27-2009, 04:56 PM
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Default Survivors (2008) - BBC TV Series



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Imagine being the only survivor of a disease that kills every member of your family, that kills lovers, strangers, friends, nearly everyone you’ve ever met.

You are among the lonely few to live and now you must start over in a strange new world where everything that was once safe and familiar is now strange and dangerous.

Set in the present day, Survivors focuses on the world in the aftermath of a devastating virus which wipes out most of the world’s population. What would we do? How would any of us cope in a brave new world where all traditional 21st Century comforts - electricity, clean running water, advanced technology - have disappeared?

These are the questions faced by the bewildered but resilient group of survivors at the centre of the drama. It is an opportunity for new beginnings, but with no society, no police and no law and order, they now face terrible dangers - not just the daily struggle for food and water but also the deadly threat from other survivors.

“Survivors is about what it means to be human,” explains writer and executive producer Adrian Hodges. “It asks questions about our nature and confronts us with our deepest fears. When everything else is stripped away, would we band together and find the best in ourselves, or would we fall apart and retreat into barbarism and savagery? Survivors is about adventure, fear, love, loyalty and friendship. But above all, it’s about new hope.”

Survivors, by Adrian Hodges is a re-imagining of the classic 1970s BBC drama series which was based on the novel by Terry Nation. It launched in April 1975 and ran for 38 episodes over three series.
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Phil, you know, we can use commercial media programs and triggers to deconstruct the delusions that these commercial media programs create. Since people tend not to scrutinize this conditioning, and in fact instantaneously digest it, the message is always delivered, but bypasses important memetic filters such as skepticism and individuality, it is accepted or rejected automatically by the influence of the triggers. It would be possible to attach ones own messages (for acceptance or rejection of any desired concept) to a pre existing commercial talisman.
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Old 02-03-2009, 10:54 PM
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Phil, you know, we can use commercial media programs and triggers to deconstruct the delusions that these commercial media programs create. Since people tend not to scrutinize this conditioning, and in fact instantaneously digest it, the message is always delivered, but bypasses important memetic filters such as skepticism and individuality, it is accepted or rejected automatically by the influence of the triggers. It would be possible to attach ones own messages (for acceptance or rejection of any desired concept) to a pre existing commercial talisman.
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