Monthly Archives: May 2014

Notes from Film Club Member Interviews: The Original Dozen

I am in the process of interviewing members of the Tacoma Film Club. I am asking each interviewee a series of questions (shown in bold below). I have now interviewed 12 members [April and May of 2014] and show a … Continue reading

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Creation, Mathematics, and the Mind of God

The main character in the film Pi (1998), named Max, is searching for a number (perhaps a solution to a mathematical equation) that holds the key to understanding fundamental truths. The film itself never makes clear what kind of truths … Continue reading

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LE QUATTRO VOLTE @ CSL

  Fellow Film Club Members & Movie Buffs: Well, the wonderful May Day has come & gone, & we had nice turn out for the Tacoma /Film Club’s screening of PI (1998). The new projection equipment functioned superbly, & the fellowship … Continue reading

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Creation, Big Bang Theory, and God Particle Fever

I could be wrong, but it was my impression while watching the documentary Particle Fever (2013) 1 that most film viewers will not have a high enough level of science literacy to be able to appreciate the significance of the … Continue reading

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