movies: hydrogen x Pi
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#1 Oct 6, 2009
The two constants in the universe are hydrogen and Pi.
Hydrogen is the first element in the periodic table of chemical elements. It is the lightest in molecular weight and therefore the most basic substance in the universe.
Pi is the value used to calculate area of circles and spheres. Motion is basically an analysis of the interaction between object trajectories, and trajectories are arc or circle-shaped, because particles follow 3 points of evolution (initial state, climax, and anti-climax). Therefore, Pi is an essential value that can be applied to the study of motion or just about anything else.
So, hydrogen and Pi are the two constants in the universe. If we multiply hydrogen times Pi, we get a quantized value that is useful in assessing the relationship between objects and motion.
Perhaps we can also use hydrogen and Pi to understand the relationship between symbolism and behavior or between numbers and teamwork.
Many critics believe that "The Elephant Man" (1980) and "Celebrity" (1998) are the two pillars movie history. Movies are like the symbolism stock market of emotional catharsis. While Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is impossible to create, we are more or less able to create the mosaic of emotional symbolism that comprises the movie mosaic.
So perhaps "The Elephant Man" (1980) is like hydrogen, a basic statement of simplicity and position. Perhaps "Celebrity" (1998) is like Pi, a statement of motion and relationships.
So if we multiply "The Elephant Man" (1980) times "Celebrity" (1998), we get the movie "La Dolce Vita" (1960).
Fortunately, we have "Pi: Faith in Chaos" (1998) to buffer off "La Dolce Vita" (1960).
In conclusion, if we understand the relationship between essential mathematical formulas like Euler's formula and the quadratic formula, we will understand the relationships between symbiosis and ecological homeostasis that illuminate the "intentional symbolism" of movies.
The all-important movie poster of "Days of Thunder" (1990) is the amulet of movie history, illuminating the magic and appeal of movies and effectively generating an emoticon bureau and the billboard slogan and optimistic perspective for all movies.
The popularity of the Batman character Bane and the popularity of the Batman movie TDK (2008) reminds us that confidence is sexy.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
#2 Feb 6, 2013
What in the f*ck was that?
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