Thursday, July 31, 2014

Despite what seems like devolution, there is hope for humanity.

There are 4 known fundamental forces, (weak force, strong force, electromagnetism, gravity), 4 forms of matter/energy (energy, matter--which is a slower vibratory state of energy, dark energy, dark matter) and all are unified by an ethereal 5th element: LOVE, which can also be described as a manifestation of what humanity would concede is God/Goddess/UniversalSoul/HigherConsciousness. 

Scientists will eventually come to a general consensus that love is just as important to existence as the four forces and the four forms of matter-energy. 

As a person with Asperger's, I see things outside the box and often, without much fanfare, predict a lot of stuff. While I often sound fatalistic in reference to the apocalyptic nature and behavior of humanity as an allegedly intelligent species, I am also aware that there is a collective conscious shift toward enlightenment. 

Once we get away from dogma and narrow mindedness, humanity will evolve.


Be cool, be nobody's fool, and don't dismiss the bliss...


Monday, July 28, 2014

Lucy The Movie Vs. My Solamaine.

Saw the movie LUCY...loved it. Very similar to my character Solamaine in some ways. 

Lucy's power level, using 100% of her mind, allowing her to become non-corporeal (uh oh spoiler), while similar to Dr. Manhattan and my Solamaine, seems more on Dr. Manhattan's level.  He's a rip-off of Dr. Solar, whose power is not cosmic, but atomic, as the result of a reactor accident, which is perhaps equivalent to one solar unit, or the power of the sun.  Lucy's power comes from a weird drug concoction, allowing her to access 100% of her brain.  Humans normally access only 10% (some much less...just check out Congressmen).

Solamaine, on the other hand, as I've often said, is 2 trillion times more powerful, virtually invulnerable, near omniscient, and absolutely omnipotent. Her power comes from a freak accident involving dark energy and a split between space and sub-space.  While her power can't be readily measured, a scientist in my story purports she's "as powerful as your typical quasi-stellar object."  Quasars are super-galaxies containing billions and even trillions of solar masses.  Solamaine's a mini-big bang in a compact non-corporeal package, held together by the sheer force of her will.

Getting back to LUCY.  There are some hilarious moments in an otherwise fast paced, serious minded examination of a freak accident causing a human to become super-human (gee, where have we heard that story concept before...all kinds of comic books, including The Flash and of course, my Solamaine). 

The movie was very short, 90 minutes, featured a very perplexed and exhausted looking Morgan Freeman as a scientist and only one of 3 people Lucy trusts, the other a female roommate and a French detective who, when seeing her god-like powers, is incredulous as to how he could be of any help to her. 

While the screenplay had some serious gaps, edited down in the film for brevity, a lack of character development, the story still had a good message, and was your typical Luc Besson journey of fun while questioning the meaning of life. He did this notably in Fifth Element and in Lockdown. The ending was both spectacular and heartfelt. 

As far as my feelings about it being so similar to Solamaine, well I ordered the blu-ray already, so I'm not exactly pissed about it.