What the "Bleep" Do We Know!?

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The concepts of quantum theory and spiritual well-being originally put forth in the 2004 feature What the #$*! Do We Know?! are expanded upon in this extended version of the same film featuring a new opening, a variety of new interviews, and three new computer-animation segments. If audiences found themselves questioning anything and everything about the reality that surrounds them after viewing the original film, newly shot interviews with scientists Dean Radin and Dr. Masaru Emoto, as well as author Lynne ...
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Overview

The concepts of quantum theory and spiritual well-being originally put forth in the 2004 feature What the #$*! Do We Know?! are expanded upon in this extended version of the same film featuring a new opening, a variety of new interviews, and three new computer-animation segments. If audiences found themselves questioning anything and everything about the reality that surrounds them after viewing the original film, newly shot interviews with scientists Dean Radin and Dr. Masaru Emoto, as well as author Lynne McTaggart, help to put the previously presented information into a new context while offering a revealing look at the world we only thought we knew. With all-new information regarding string theory, consciousness, mysticism, and biology, What the Bleep!? -- Down the Rabbit Hole is bound to inspire just as much compelling conversation as its wildly popular predecessor.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Cutting-edge quantum viewing mode - includes hours of all-new randomized clips throughout the movie for a different experience every time you watch; Theatrical version of What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole (extended director's cut of What the Bleep Do We Know!?); Almost 6 hours of additional interviews; Filmmakers' q&a
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
This hard-to-describe movie, which combines talking-head documentary footage with a fictional narrative, attempts to explain quantum physics in terms most audiences can understand. The extent to which it succeeds will largely be the extent to which a viewer grasps the complex theories being addressed in those terms. Does matter exist? Does time flow in one direction? Have we determined that there really is a universe, or could it just be a construct of our feeble minds? A procession of physicists, philosophers, and medical professionals grapple with these questions, but their answers are often obtuse, elliptical, and far from conclusive. Intercut with their musings is the story of Amanda Marlee Matlin, a photographer with many questions about her own existence. The simple act of attending a wedding reception makes her uneasy: are all these people dancing in a hall, or are they simply bouncing through space and time? They seem to be enjoying themselves, but are they? There's no point in pretending that everybody will find this movie equally engaging and provocative; the constant musing and speculation will make some viewers restive. But the filmmaking team of Mark Vicente, Betsy Chasse, and William Arntz has succeeded in crafting a movie that is wholly original, and those who possess patience and intellectual curiosity in equal measure will be mesmerized by it.
Philadelphia Inquirer
As a piece of filmmaking, What the Bleep isn't exactly transcendent stuff. But as an entryway into new ways of thinking about the self, the universe, and the vast infinite whatnot of whatever (you know what we mean, oh wise one), this little movie is big. Steven Rea
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/1/2006
  • UPC: 024543257028
  • Original Release: 2006
  • Rating:

  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 2:32:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Fred Alan Wolf ,
Marlee Matlin Amanda
Lynne McTaggart Interviewee
Dean Radin Interviewee
Technical Credits
William Arntz Director
Betsy Chasse Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole
1. Science and Religion [:02]
2. "The Rabbit Hole' [:36]
3. New Vision [3:08]
4. Through the Eyes [3:18]
5. Two Sets of Laws [3:03]
6. Unending Possibilities [:32]
7. Time Reversal Symmetry [5:23]
8. Double-Slit Experiment [3:24]
9. The Observer [2:36]
10. Multiple Choice [6:07]
11. Entanglement [1:23]
12. Imprinting Intention [3:37]
13. Random Number Generator [5:17]
14. The Message From Water [:44]
15. Singleness of Mind [2:52]
16. A Strange Day [3:51]
17. Invisible Connections [2:41]
18. Creation [3:23]
19. What Is Consciousness? [2:41]
20. Great Parent in the Sky [2:15]
21. The Frontal Lobe [1:25]
22. Emotional Peptides [3:11]
23. Biochemical Cravings [3:53]
24. A Different Person [2:54]
25. Stuck in Old Patterns [:42]
26. Aging [3:35]
27. Self-Loathing [3:26]
28. From the Inside Out [1:49]
29. God Within [:19]
30. From Me to One [5:46]
31. Flatland [3:24]
32. End Titles?/Ponder That! [3:23]
Disc #2, Side A -- What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole
1. Title (A)
2. Big Bang (D)
3. Great Questions
4. Amanda at Theater (D)
5. Science Spirit
6. Paradigm Shift
7. What Is Reality
8. Amanda Jennifer Pottery (D)
9. What Is Reality 2
10. Sight Perception
11. Amanda Tells Dream (D)
12. Quantum Intro
13. Reggie's B-Ball Court (D)
14. Quantum Vacuum
15. A Thought Universe
16. Reggie Hooks Amanda (D)
17. Time!
18. Reggie's Comic Book (A)
19. Reggie's Majik (D)
20. Double Slit
21. The Observer
22. Private Life of Particles
23. How Far Down?
24. Down Deep
25. 2 Places at Once
26. Amanda Sees Magic (D)
27. Mind Over Matter
28. Water Crystals (D)
29. Intent and the World
30. Why Aren't We Magicians
31. Jennifer Dancing (D)
32. Amanda's Dream (A)
33. Entanglement
Disc #3, Side A -- What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole
1. Part Two Title (A)
2. Creating Reality
3. What Is Consciousness?
4. Photography Assignment (D)
5. God and Religion
6. Amanda Shoots Wedding (D)
7. The Brain Intro
8. Quantum Brain
9. Free Will and Choice
10. Brain Wiring
11. Consciousness, Mind, Brain
12. The Personality and Change
13. The Hypothalamus
14. Wedding Party (D)
15. Bedroom and the Old Self
16. Molecules of Emotion
17. Addiction
18. Amanda Loses It! (D)
19. Party Fun!
20. Addicted to Love (D)
21. Rave Polka (D)
22. Amanda After Party (D)
23. Self Hate and the Body
24. Aging and the Cell
25. Amanda in the Mirror (D)
26. Amanda's Realization
27. Borrow Some Toothpaste (D)
28. Amanda's Hearts
29. Spirit and Science
30. Change and the Journey
31. Amanda Enters Theater (D)
32. Flatland
33. Amanda Collapses Herselves (D)
34. Entanglement 1
35. Neighbor As Self
36. What It Means
37. The Last Rabbit Hole
38. The Last Basket (A)
39. Who Are They?
40. End Credits (D)
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Menu

Disc #1, Side A -- What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole
   Play Movie
   Language Selection
      Languages: English 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Broken Saints Trailer
Disc #1, Side B -- What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole
   Play All
   David Albert
   Joseph Dispenza
   Masaru Emoto
   Amit Goswami
   John Hagelin
   Stuart Hameroff
Disc #2, Side A -- What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole
   Play
   Quantum Play Modes
      Dramatic Scenes: On/Off
      Total Randomness: On/Off
      Rabbit Hole Quantum Randomness: On/Off
      Rabbit Hole Depth 0-9
   Language Selection
      Languages: English Stereo
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Rabbit Hole Special DVD Features Tutorial
Disc #2, Side B -- What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole
   Down the Rabbit Hole Trailer
   Play All
   JZ Knight
   Miceal Ledwith
   Marlee Martin
   Lynn McTaggert
   Daniel Monti
   Andrew Newberg
   Candace Pert
Disc #3, Side A -- What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole
   Play
   Quantum Play Modes
      Dramatic Scenes: On/Off
      Total Randomness: On/Off
      Rabbit Hole Quantum Randomness: On/Off
      Rabbit Hole Depth 0-9
   Language Selection
      Languages: English Stereo
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Rabbit Hole Special DVD Features Tutorial
Disc #3, Side B -- What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole
   Play All
   Dean Radin
   Ramtha
   Jeffrey Satinover
   Fred Alan Wolf
   William Tiller
   Khempo Yurmed Tinly
   Filmmakers Q & A
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Pure Insight

    A fantastic movie "Further down the rabbit hole" is better for it gives deeper perspectives. Not for mind numbing entertainment, Bruce Willis type. But definatley for mind bending alternative perspectives on the universe, life, science and spirituallity. Where the two cross and merge, if you are intreged by questions like! Where does line of science and spiritualness meet? This surley gives us a perspective. Definatley for the forward thinker, not for kids or adults who like shoot em ups, and so forth.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I did some research

    Human Consciousness Influence on Water Structure. by L. N. Pyatnitsky and V. A. Fonkin. Panferov 8-139, Moscow 117261, Russia. Volume 9: Number 1: Page 89. The ability of human consciousness to change the structure of water is indicated by experiments utilizing light scattering indicatrix recordings. Alterations of scattered light intensity, correlated with an operator's intention, can exceed by factors of 10 to 1000 the statistical variances observed before or after operator interaction. Such effects have been demonstrated by several operators, and appear to be operator-specific, although enhanceable by training. Japenese guy eh? Did some research on Fred Alan Wolf and he seems pretty respected within the science community. Science is about having a thought or idea and then asking a question about it. What the Bleep does not claim to have the answer to the questions, only to make the 'observer' ask the questions and it will certainly make you ask questions and look at things another way. What is reality? Why are we here? can we travel back in time? These are the very questions that human beings have been pondering since the dawn of time. If these are the kind of questions you like to think about then this is a must see documentary

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A good intro for someone just beginning to think that there is more beyond what you see...

    This movie is a good intro for those just beginning to grasp the idea that life is more than what you experience with your five senses. Not that our five human senses aren't enough--in fact, they are not to be taken for granted. But there are are those that seek more explanation about life than others. You can chose to ignore the other reviewers that feel this movie is worthless. It is for them and that's fine. And if you view it, and think so, too--so be it. But at least decide for yourself. Science is a story, like most other academic disciplines. The theories change, and it's only the fearless that have the open minds to embrace this. We've shifted from a Newtonian model, to Einstein's models, to Heisenburg's thoeries... what's next? Can you honestly say you know? Let the stories continue to inspire us, let us design more creative, but airtight experiments, and let the data speak. As for gettig published in journals like Nature, you've got to admit there might be politics surrounding such a new idea. You think? Not that one scientist in history EVER was disbelieved by his or her peers, and later found out to be true. Highly improbable, right?

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    AMAIZING INTRODUCTION TO QUAMTUM PHYSICS, OPEN MIND , KNOWLEGE THAT CAN BE APLY, ABOUTH OUR EMOTIONS, AND ABOUT THE REALITY THAT WE MISSING TO SEE OR PERCIBE IT !!! eVERY BODY SHOULD HAVE THE EXPERIENCE TO GET THESE KNOWLEGE !!!

    I WILL RECOMENDED TO EVERY ONE IN THE FAMILY, SPECIALLY TO TEENAGERS SO THEY WILL KNOW HOW OUR EMOTIONAL BODY ACT, AND THE IMPORTANT OF OUR HORMONS TO CREATE OUR REALITY. VERY GOOD INTERVIWS TO DISCUSS, IT IS ONE OF MY FAVORITS FILMS !!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Cult Commercial

    While the choices of how the DVD can be played are amusing, and the stories told are at least entertaining, when you pay attention to the extras on this set, the whole presentation turns out to be nothing more than a commercial for a woman who thinks a ancient warrior is speaking through her, and she¿s managed to get a few pseudo-scientists to promote her cult. This isn¿t science, its New Age religion at its worst.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    While this movie is noble in it's attempt to free modern society from its current scientistic malaise, their solution is just as bad(if not worse than) the problem. In place of the dominant monism of materialism, the film's creators suggest we view science through the lens of an equally vile monism tantamount to idealism or solipsism. We are somehow to believe that quantum mechanics proves that reality is nothing more than what our thoughts or ideas make it to be, but this like being given an inch and taking a mile. The measurement process itself does affect the quantum state, but there is no need to attribute this state collapse directly to the observer's mind. The particle's encounter with the measuring apparatus is what really matters. The movie also has a dubious list of "scientific experts": a chiropractor, a woman who believes she is channeling an ancient warrior from Atlantis, a physicist who won the Ignoble Prize for bad science due to his "Trancendental Medidation reduces violent crime" experiment presented in the movie, etc. A physicist from Columbia University even claims his interview was presented horribly out of context in the movie. Even Michael Moore makes better documentaries than this. The science and philosophy presented here are highly dubious, but it is a good way to laugh your ass off!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Quantum Mechanics is definitely a fascinating and legitimate field of science... Sorry to burst your "we are God and we can make our lives run better if we believe hard enough," bubble, but this movie's got it all wrong. Yes, parallel universes is a legitimate theory. Yes, quantum particles have been known to behave strangely. No, you can not go back in time and exist in two places at once. One scene in the movie, which I assume serves as an analogy of what these people believe, involves the main character going into this basketball court of Quantum-believe-and-it-will-happen-ness to play with this boy. The woman, having not shot a basket in years, goes back in time like a quantum particle so that she can shoot the basket. Welcome to the macrocosm... guess what? I am not a quantum particle, you are not a quantum particle, the "experts" (who have questionable qualifications, one of them still studying to be a theoretical physicist) in this movie are... and this is the real shocker... ARE NOT QUANTUM PARTICLES! You, nor I, nor anybody who you have a social relationship with do not have the same rules opperating on us. Just close your eyes and meditate for a moment. Try to use your thoughts to control the universe at the quantum level. Make the quantum particles vibrate in such a way to make something you really want to happen happen. Did it work? If it did, then publish a paper in Nature. If not, then you have just debunked this movie. The movie also makes the claim that by thinking positive thoughts, the ice crystals formed by water when it freezes will change based on the thought. I've been to the website and was shown pictures of an ice crystal formed by Thank You in Japanese, Thank You in English, and Thank You in French. They all looked different. But no matter what country you live in, isn't the thought the same? Alas, I think I've found the motive for the whole segment with the water. The Japanese man who made his "discoveries" about water crystals sells his Indigo Water at $35 for a months supply with the claim that one ounce of concentrate Indigo Water added to one gallon of regular distilled water makes... eight gallons of Indigo Water. I've spent as much time on this as I'd like to spend on something like this... Bottom line: I can't make anyone think a certain thing. If you really want to see the movie, see it, but do so skeptically. Investigate other websites when you're done and find out the truth about their claims. As for the message about loving yourself, sure. You're a beautiful person, respect yourself... And being the lovely human that you are, do something good and intelligent for yourself and don't accept what they're telling you in this movie. The next thing you know, you'll be buying "Indigo Water."

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Must have

    This is one of those DVD you have for your library of intresting thought and discussion. My family and I truly enjoyed hours of conversation after watching this.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THIS IS AN INFORMERICIAL

    This movie is funded by a cult located in Shelton WA. The woman in the movie who calls herself Ramtha (JZ knight) is making millions of dollars off of people. This movie is interesting and thought provoking but do a little research and see who is behind it!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Incredibly thought provoking!

    One of the most thought provoking movies that I have ever seen! I would recommend it to anyone who wants to think about everythig.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    I passed for awhile but then one day......

    The "What the Bleep Down the Rabbit Hold" followed "What The Bleep Do We Know" which was also excellent.

    You are exposed to so many interesting and useful concepts and information and yet it is in an entertaining and understandable format. Suddenly I am hearing physics in a way that I can understand! But it is not just about physics, to many concepts and theories to describe here.

    If you want to preview both "What the Bleep Do We Know" visit your public library to see if it is on the shelf. Try it before you out before you buy it. I have not seen the "What the Bleep Down the Rabbit Hold" in the Albuquerque library systems ~ but check in case it has been added. They are both worth your time.

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