Roger Ebert On The Quintessence Of Dust

A quintessence of dust, a beautiful essay by Roger Ebert reflecting on existence, science, art, and the universe. My curiosity leads me to science, my admiration for logic leads me to the Theory of Evolution, my pride rejects simplistic fables to describe the facts I observe. Where do I find my consolations? There are many ways to be consoled. Everyone deserves to find their own way, and find such peace

Another Tsunami Video

This one shows what looks like a town being washed away (when the camera is pointing to right). VIA THE PRESURFER. A warehouse on the left is swept into a building as the water rises about two storeys high. I’ve also been reading on about the radiation leaks from the damaged nuclear reactors. It’s a nightmare. Elevated levels of radiation, meanwhile, has turned up in vegetables, raw milk and

“Tremé” on DVD / Blu-Ray Today

The first 10-episode season of HBO’s Tremé comes out on DVD and Blu-Ray today. Quoting myself from my original post: …I recommend it if only to groove out on some fantastic New Orleans music. It’s from the creators of The Wire and it shows. The acting and the production are authentic. Each episode feels like a revelation. It’s like visiting New Orleans, though I’ve never been there. I’ve never been