Johnny Depp’s Transcendence Film: Fantasy or our Future?

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The Next Step in Evolution

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Mark Dice is a media analyst, political activist, and author who, in an entertaining and educational way, gets people to question our celebrity obsessed culture, and the role the mainstream media and elite secret societies play in shaping our lives.

Mark frequently stirs up controversy from his commentaries, protests, and boycotts, and has repeatedly been featured in major media outlets around the world … exposing elite secret societies along with scumbag politicians and their corrupt political agendas.

The term “fighting the New World Order” is used by Mark to describe some of his activities, and refers to his and others’ resistance and opposition (The Resistance) to the overall system of political corruption, illegal wars, elite secret societies, mainstream media, Big Brother and privacy issues; as well as various economic and social issues.

Dice and his supporters sometimes refer to being “awake” or “enlightened” and see their knowledge of these topics as part of their own personal Resistance to the corrupt New World Order. This Resistance involves self-improvement, self-sufficiency, personal responsibility and spiritual growth.

What if you could escape your physical form? Rise above your corporeal existence and become one with an intelligence greater than the sum of all human thought? What would you look like? What would you sound like?

Here – right on time – comes director Wally Pfister with all the answers, via the trailer for his debut film Transcendence. When our bodies are useless and our minds are part of the supercomputer we will look like the bloke from Hellraiser and sound a lot like SIRI, voiced (this time) by Johnny Depp.

Transcendence introduces us to Will Castor (Johnny Depp) and his wife/fellow scientist Evelyn, who are the foremost researchers in the A.I. field – having made significant progress on developing a sentient computer that (according to the official synopsis) will combine “the collective intelligence of everything ever known with the full range of human emotions.”

Tragedy strikes and Evelyn makes the ill-advised choice to upload Will’s consciousness to their experimental supercomputer, in a desperate attempt to save his life.

That, as they say, is when things get really real.

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