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Perry Mason: the making of a legend

  This was the opening sequence of the very first episode of the hit television program. The date was September 21, 1957. History was made that night. Although most people will remember Raymond Burr in this role, Perry Mason didn’t … Continue reading

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Quantum Mechanics: an Analogy

  Infinite Potential “Potentiality waves are invisible not only because they are numbers but also because they represent a state of waiting to be actualized. In the actualization they cease to exist.” (Page 48) The author, Lothar Schäfer, is attempting … Continue reading

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Tomorrowland: Is It Happening Now?

“Is it real life, or just a fantasy?” As luck (?) would have it, Tomorrowland, the film, was shown on television, yesterday. George Clooney, we have noticed, likes to make a point of being in films that make a point. … Continue reading

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Did “Avatar” Open Pandora’s Box?

Or just lift the lid to take a peek? They say what goes around, comes around again. It’s been a number of years since this film was released to the world. And now Disney World has a world of Pandora … Continue reading

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State of the Union: Two Roman Memories

I Remember Union: The Story of Mary Magdalena From the Preface: “I REMEMBER UNION is the story of Mary Magdalena, an endearing woman who remembers her oneness with spirit and with all things. This memory guides her to the vision … Continue reading

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Emily Brontë: Love and Hate

Emily Brontë was a very complicated woman. Whatever was going on inside her head and her heart drove her to write fiction. And, as a result, her characters in Wuthering Heights seem to be full of passion, while full of … Continue reading

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Wuthering Heights: Shadow and Light

I watched the 2009 version of this Emily Brontë classic last night on PBS. Tom Hardy, who played Heathcliff, was at his most voluptuous in this TV mini-series. Compared with others who have played this role, he did not need … Continue reading

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