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Lionel G. Wilson,
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Internet Rising is a digi-documentary investigating the evolving relationships between the Internet and collective consciousness of humanity. It provokes many questions about ancient and ... See full summary »
Andrew Kenneth Martin
I loved this show until I found out they lie. I just watched a segment about 3D where they brought out a plate of food, and a cheese plate and a glass of water with flowers in it. They then tried to convince you that the stuff they brought out was actually printed on paper (2D).. and that your brain had been "tricked". The problem is, the stuff they brought out WAS real, and through not so clever editing, they LIED to make the illusion seem legit. I know this because the water in the glass moved around slightly, impossible for "printed" water to do. There are all other giveaways that segment was rigged if you look closely.... shadows that are present on the real plate of food become much less pronounced on the "image" that is supposed to have tricked you.
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