Archive for the ‘Quasi-Galactic’ Category

Quasi-Galactic / Michael Sailstrofer : Sternschnuppe (Shooting Star)

04/05/10

A catapult, attached to an ochre coloured Mercedes Benz, launches a ‘star’ across the German sky.

Quasi-Galactic / The Secret NASA Evidence on UFO Technology : Dan Ackroyd

04/05/10

Documentary outlining evidence for a conspiracy that NASA is withholding information on UFO technology by David Sereda featuring an introduction by Dan Ackroyd.

Quasi-Galactic / L Ron Hubbard

04/05/10

American Science Fiction writer whose self help system, Dianetics, was developed into the constructed religion Scientology.

Quasi-Galactic / Ives Maes : Heroes Square (1896) vs. Obi Wan Kenobi (1977)

04/05/10

Heroes Square (1896) vs. Obi Wan Kenobi (1977)

Quasi-Galactic / Wonders of the Solar System

04/05/10

Popular BBC television series where each episode focuses on a wonder of our solar system, a large part of the ‘documentary’ footage is constructed from computer generated graphics of the universe.

Quasi-Galactic / Star Wars

04/05/10

Computer Generated battle scene from Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, featuring iconic science fiction spaceships and plasma lasers; red lasers bad, green lasers good.

Quasi-Galactic / Beastie Boys: Intergalactic

04/05/10

Grammy award winning video for the single “Intergalactic” where three extra terrestrials arrive in Japan in a giant robot, mimicing the classic Godzilla films from the 1950s.

Quasi-Galactic / 2001 : a Space Odyssey

04/05/10

HAL: Let me put it this way Mr Amor, the 9000 sers is the most reliable computer made. No 9000 computers have never made a mistake or distorted information. We are all, by any possible definition of the words, foolproof and incapable of error.

Quasi-Galactic / Chu Yun: Constellation

04/05/10

A constructed constellation made from an arrangement of household items LED power signifiers.

Quasi-Galactic / Dark Matter Map

04/05/10

Three dimensional computer generated map of the “observable” dark matter in our universe, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope.