Tuesday, October 9, 2007

News from the Field

I can't actually tell you where I am or what I'm doing, but I can tell you my trowel today tasted soil. And after those Nazis showed up, it also tasted flesh.

And I should add that my present project has absolutely nothing to do with NASA faking the Apollo missions in a Hollywood studio or with Stonehenge being a diagram for a graviton drive or with the Sphinx being an ancient alien artifact telling us we need to get in touch with our feminine sides. (I think SOV2 is starting to have a bad influence on me....)

So while I'm doing whatever I'm doing, I'll point you somewhere else. Personally, I try to avoid hyped-up stuff for the most part, at least until the controversy has faded. I never saw The Passion until it had been out for about a year, and I have never seen The Da Vinci Code nor read the book on which it's based. However, I did sometime back find an interesting review at Intuitor's Insultingly Stupid Movie Physics, which does a fine job of dismantling the movie. Be sure to read the footnotes. I may come back with more comments later.
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