What The Bleep Do We Know is a mix between fantasy spiritual sci fi and documentary. This brilliant film consciously uses imagery and a storyline to show the viewers deep concepts and theories that are predominant in the world of quantum physics, psychology, and spirituality.
The extended version of this film is called Down The Rabbit Hole and that is exactly where it takes you. Merging science and spirituality, this film attempts to offer a different perspective of reality that is vastly different than the current paradigm of Newtonian physics that we currently live in.
One such concept is the theory of entanglement. Einstein is famous for saying that entanglement is “spooky action at a distance” because in an experiment, two particles were separated by a massive distance, then when one was tampered with, the other responded the same way. On its simplest level, entanglement means that two things that are not touching can still be affected by the other… but how?
Another experiment that was talked about in this film was Dr. Emoto’s water frequencies. Dr. Emoto applied different words and energy to various bottles of water and froze them. The results showed that each water bottle showed a different crystalline structure in accordance with the word (such as love, peace, hate, anger) that was on the bottle. This film points out that this may very well indicate that our words and actions have a vibrational effect on everything around us.
What The Bleep Do We Know goes through several amazing studies and possible paradigm changers in the film. The name indicates that as far as we know, we may not have any clue as to the inner workings of the fabrics of reality. Quantum physics has an entirely different set of laws than Newtonian physics and we are only scratching the surface as to the possibilities of such laws.
Watch this film if you are interested in literally going down the rabbit hole of reality and open your eyes to infinite possibilities.
Documentary Citation – Arntz, William. Chasse, Betsy. Vicente, Mark. What The Bleep Do We Know, Produced by William Arntz, Betsy Chasse, Mark Vicente. 2004.