Wow, what a line…

12moon600[1] I just finished reading a film review by A.O. Scott for the science fiction movie "Moon". In he writes a line that, for me, wonderfully sums up the tension between technology and humanity often found in science fiction:

"“Moon” is a meditation on the conflict between the streamlining tendencies of technological progress and the stubborn persistence of feelings and desires that can’t be tamed by utilitarian imperatives."

Okay, kinda heady, but I think he means to say that,

Life is messy, mysterious, and wonderful, after all…

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3 comments on “Wow, what a line…
  1. Faythe says:

    well, I really think that’s an iconmplete picture of what’s really going on. The truth of the matter is that muscles can not become imbalanced if the nervous system is functioning properly, and with a herniated disc, the reason the nervous system is not working is because of the pressure from the disc.So, if you strictly focus on changing the muscles, you really aren’t getting to the source of the problem. I think you’ll really enjoy seeing an activator doctor! Let me know how you do.

  2. You really make it appear so easy with your presentation however I to find this topic to be really one thing which I feel I might never understand. It kind of feels too complicated and extremely wide for me. I’m looking forward to your next post, I will attempt to get the hang of it!

  3. ioana basescu este actionar la o firma care are servicii private de urgenta, spital privat, deci????privatizarea are un scop: sa castige aceeasi persoana care lua un salar cu multe zerouri la Luxil, baieii si fetele destepte din sanantate, doar vine si siliconata de la parlamentul european si are nevoie si ea ea de un job cu succesuri.Ce bine ca in tara de poveste Romanica doar psd este rau si fetii frumosi si “Elenele Consazene bronazate si siliconate?” ne salveaza

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