In 2004 an independently made film with the unusual title of What The Bleep Do We Know!? introduced a new way of thinking to the mainstream public with the intention of bridging the gap between spirituality and science. The film combined animation with narrative by Marlee Matlin and interviews with fourteen cutting edge scientists discussing how molecular biology, neuroscience and quantum physics can actually effect our everyday reality.
The scientists discussed everything from the quantum brain to mind over matter, consciousness, superposition, emotional addiction, paradigm shifts, mysticism and of course the big question “what is reality?”
The three filmmakers, William Arnzt, Betsy Chasse and Mark Vicente took their movie to every major studio in Hollywood where they were turned down because the studios did not realize there was such a huge market for this type of subject.
Mark Vicente, said he thought that “Hollywood” may not have recognized the large size of the human potential movement and so they (the studios) are watching this emerging consciousness-inspirational film genre very carefully.”
Due to the hard work and dedication of these three visionary filmmakers they gave us, the public, a chance to see the infinite possibilities of the human potential.
Since the film’s release in 2004 there has been a steadily growing interest in the film and its subject matter with study groups appearing worldwide. i.e. Institute of Noetic Sciences site (www.noetic.org).
From the very beginning the filmmakers were inundated with requests for unedited DVD’s, transcripts and any further film footage of the interviews with the scientists.
The first book “The Little Book of Bleeps” was published at the end of 2004 and by 2005 the hardcover book “What The Bleep Do We know!? Discovering the Endless Possibilities for Altering Your Everyday Reality” was published to an eagerly awaiting public.
“What The Bleep!? — Down The Rabbit Hole,” is an extended Director’s Cut of “What The Bleep Do We Know!?” and has just been released in theatres across the country. Apparently the movie is a more advanced version of the original containing “three new animation sequences, a new beginning and another hour and 30 minutes of new interview material.” Added to their prestigious list of scientists are interviews with Dean Radin Ph.D, Dr. Masura Emoto, and Lynne McTaggart author of “The Field.”
“Down the Rabbit Hole” takes the ideas introduced in the first movie, and plunges the viewer deep into scientific findings that say reality is fluid and that we are an integral part of everything…….. It’s the Next Evolution.”
William Tiller, Ph.D.
Amit Goswami, Ph.D.
John Hagelin, Ph.D.
Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D.
Dr. David Albert
Dr. Masaru Emoto
Stuart Hameroff M.D.
Dr. Jeffrey Satinover
Andrew B. Newberg, M.D.
Dr. Daniel Monti
Dr. Joseph Dispenza
Dr. Candace Pert
Dean Radin Ph.D