Saturday, 31 October 2015

These dreams

Nighttime TV

My friends and readers of my tales of mystery would probably agree that the world of my dreams is surreal. 



Heart
The video of the Seattle-based rock group Heart http://www.heart-music.com/ is the best place to start this blog. 

The inner mind of Alan Place
Over the last month, I came to the decision to regulate what the TV shows I watch immediately before I go to sleep. I have found out that what I watch influences my already weird perceptions of my writing world. 

Warehouse 13
I love the mystery involved in the series  http://warehouse13.wikia.com/wiki/Warehouse_13_Wiki. The artifacts stored in these warehouses have the ability to change peoples' perceptions of their world, not only for the good. 


I thought I saw myself as Agent Pete Lattimer, the more I watch the series, the more I am convinced that my family are right - I'm more like the older character Artie portrayed by the actor Saul Rubinek

A point of interest, Saul played the original Saul Panzer in the film of the series about  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Nero_Wolfe_Mystery.

Last nights' dream was an example. I often have dreams about http://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/bristol-museum-and-art-gallery/, that isn't surprising I worked there for over 14 years. I got to know all the fire escape routes and alarm systems in my job as a security guard. This dream featured an artifact that changed the surroundings according to the viewer, where one man saw a landing filled with slotted barriers - I saw an open area populated by desks. In the dream, the people involved were from our memories, that is an interesting concept as the people in my dream were school friends, who I'd never thought of for years.

X-files
 There is no doubt in my mind that while the scientific section of my mind alludes to the Dana Scully character, with the need for proof to believe something. My main conceptual thinking is more in the mindset of Fox Mulder. While there is little real scientific evidence of extra-terrestrial life; it would be arrogant to assume that we are the only intelligent life in a vast universe of which we know so little http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2015-05-28/everything-we-know-about-the-x-files-return


Fringe
Fringe science delves into the world beyond known science. A world filled with questions that modern science fails to answer. The concepts behind this series http://www.tv.com/shows/fringe/ were once far-fetched but now appear as real as any known sciences with the concerns over videos of babies being used for tests in  https://www.plannedparenthood.org/ and stem cell surgery bordering on human cloning. It is said we only use about 10% of our brain capacity, who knows what lies hidden? 












While I am against tampering with genetic codes, Man was not put on this planet to act as God. I have to consider that certain things could be changed for the better. My view was changed with knowledge of my inherited genetic flaws http://hereiamattheedge.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/genetic-inheritance.html#.VjTO3dXhDnA. The problem is how far do we progress to better our world, most scientists went into science not to create weapons of mass destruction. 

When https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Robert_Oppenheimer saw what happened after he created the atomic bomb, he was horrified. Science can make things better for life, but we need to keep a close eye on the progress made. This poses the question - Who watches the watchers?


One of the central concepts in the series is big businesses and the conspiracies they cause if you think this is far out, read about  http://modernfarmer.com/2014/03/monsantos-good-bad-pr-problem/ and the banning of GM (genetically modified) foods. If they are tampering with the genetics of nature, who knows what they are adding?


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