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K.I.S.S. Keep it Simple and Stupid

K I S S What makes the World of Warcraft so addictive and alluring is a mysterious inquiry. It is simple, stupid (when compared to competing mmorpg’s content), and surprisingly intrinsic to something in all of us. WoW This media presentation explores the archetypes of racial and genetic cynicism, identity, and immersion into an alternate […] Continue reading

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Really?

Crake is a believer in Rodan’s famous maxim, “I think, therefore I am.” Crake is almost comical in this regard. Anything that is thought of is real, although not necessarily physical and comprehendable. DISCLAIMER: Do not watch this video! As I began thinking about this blog post, the thought seemed to take on a life […] Continue reading

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It was Very Good

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” ― Albert Einstein Is she spinning clockwise or anti-clockwise? THE Right Brain vs Left Brain test … do you see the dancer […] Continue reading

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What is the Meaning of Life ¿

Until the prophesies of “X-men” come to fruition and humanity undergoes an official onset evolution, the meaning of life is very simple. How different are we from the characters in Never Let Me Go?  As far as production and purpose are concerned, the average person’s impact upon the world, whether it be their destruction of the […] Continue reading

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You Have to Consider the Idea that God does not Like You!

Writing this blog post is my pain; this is my burning hand, as is reading and grading it your pain. Even though Brad Pitt can make anything interesting, this scene from “Fight Club” encapsulates an angle not yet considered, and in all probability will not be, except for this blog post, that we do not […] Continue reading

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Cracking the Code of Life

The glass is half full, but any of the controversial sciences like genetics or stem cells have not yet been poured into the glass.  The economical and cultural states of our country reflect the simple fact that, as a people, we are not ready for this medical revolution, and PBS uses key scenes to warn […] Continue reading

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