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What The Bleep Do We Know: movie review

If you have not seen the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know?” and are at all interested in quantum physics and its role with your consciousness, I strongly recommend.

The movie was made in 2004 and then redone in 2006. It contains a documentary style that goes along with computer graphics and a story line with a photographer played by Marlee Matlin(anyone remember her?) and her emotional life after catching her husband cheating on her.  Her thoughts and experiences are the basis of the movie’s thesis about existential objects, quantum mechanics and physics and the human consciousness.

Although the movie has been ridiculed for its quantum mysticism,  I think that the interviews in this documentary type movie of real scientists of physics, chemistry, and engineering are incredibly intriguing.

Here is the trailer:

It also does a great job of explaining how the brain works. In a very comical way might I add.

You can find many, many videos on youtube about ‘What The Bleep Do We Know’ movie and one says it actually is the movie but did not seem like it.   You can actually stream it from this site for $10 as many times as you like it says. I cannot say for sure that is truth as I have not tried myself since I bought it I enjoyed it so much.  I can say that you can buy it from Amazon below. It being a 10 year old movie, you may have a hard time finding it at a store.

What the Bleep Do We Know!?

In conclusion, I recommend this movie to get a better view of what the Universe, quantum physics, your brain and your consciousness is all about and how they are tied together.

If you have seen the movie or have thoughts about it, leave your comments below. If you haven’t or know someone else who would enjoy it, please share. I do hope you got a good enough taste to be interested enough to check it out.  I know I enjoyed the movie.