What The Bleep Do We Know

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Year:
2004
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[ Beeping, Chittering ]

[ Man Narrating ] Why do we keep

re-creating the same reality?

Why do we keep having

the same relationships?

Why do we keep getting

the samejobs...

over and over again?

In this infinite sea of potentials

that exist around us...

how come we keep re-creating

the same realities?

Isn't it amazing that we have options

and potentials that exist...

but we're unaware of them?

Is it possible that we're so conditioned

to our daily lives...

so conditioned to the way

we create our lives...

that we buy the idea that

we have no control at all?

We've been conditioned

to believe...

that the external world is more real

than the internal world.

This new model of science

says just the opposite--

It says what's happening within us

will create what's happening outside of us.

There's a physical reality

that is absolutely rock-solid...

and yet... it only--

If you wanna put it this way,

it only comes into existence...

when it bumps up against

some other piece of physical reality.

That other piece may be us, and of course,

we're partial to those moments...

but it doesn't

have to be either.

You know, it could be just

some incidental rock comes flying along...

and interacts with

this fuzzy mass of stuff...

and sure enough, it provokes it

into a particular state of existence.

There were philosophers in the past

that said, ''Look, if I kick a rock...

''and I hurt my toe, that's real.

''I feel that. It feels real.

It's vivid.

And that means

that it's reality.''

But it's still an experience, and it's still

this person's perception of it being real.

Scientific experiments have shown

that if we take a person and, uh...

hook their brains up to certain PET scans

or computer technology...

and ask them to look at

a certain object...

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