Blind Spot (I) (2008)
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There's so much going on in this documentary, that watching this documentary is like taking classes in Anthropology, Science, Economics, etc. It will make you aware and make your 'blind' eye see. A woman in the documentary stated to the likes of that our responses as human beings are automatic, and I agree with her. She was saying in some regards that we wouldn't notice things going with the energy supply on our planet, we're more worried about what movie we'd like to see at 3 O'Clock.
In fairness, most of us Americans react in automatic impatient time, most of us are products of our environment, monkey see, monkey do, so we should be shown a smidgen of mercy with regards to that truth I suppose, but seriously we're screwed lol.
I love how I found out how if we used all of our corn in the U.S. that would make Ethanol, that it would still only give us about 7 percent of our gas needs lol. So again, there's many o' blind spots in the world, this documentary wonderfully and well craftily demonstrates that fact. This documentary also pushes a truth, a hard truth that we're going to rebel when changes in our living habits come to a more eye popping fruition, and it's not going to be pretty.