Sci-fi, spirit-fi, living loonnngggg, immortal striving

I was tempted to place this extraordinary TED performance under one of a couple of Layman's threads as I looked for a fit for death and immortality. There was the REAL postmetaphysical of his and the one on Zarathustra.

This virtual-like shimmering called a TED talk might fit well in one of theurj' threads dealing with what is real, or in one of Balder's. There are so many scintillating features to this mind-bending presentation, it could go in a lot of places.

In the 13 minutes of this story, I felt as though I had read an entire novel or been immersed in an epic sci-fi film. Time extended, curved and recurved. Therefore, I place the link for "A SciFi Vision Of Love From A 318 Year Old Hologram," in it's own spot as a full-ass visual auditory tale.

http://www.ted.com/talks/monica_byrne_a_sci_fi_vision_of_love_from_...

What do you feel?

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