The Ship of the Imagination travels across the cosmos to discover the possibility of beings that live forever and explain why other civilizations perish. Then, visit the Cosmic Calendar of ... See full summary »

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The Ship of the Imagination travels across the cosmos to discover the possibility of beings that live forever and explain why other civilizations perish. Then, visit the Cosmic Calendar of the Future and contemplate what lies ahead with a hopeful vision. Written by Anonymous

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Time, Space, Death, Life
10 February 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

After Electric Boy being the weakest of an Earth-shattering series. Episode 11 is like its tile: Immortal and God-like. Electric Boy is still a 9/10 and all other episodes are pretty much 10/10... so what is this a 11?

Oh, no, just episode 11. The episode asks questions and put things in perspective and then flips the already amazing Cosmic Calendar into the Cosmic Calendar of the Future with some interesting and hopeful scenarios for humanity, our own fragile Earth and solar system and perhaps the unimaginable universe. Everything must perish, but this episode brings us to the brink and makes us feel slightly infinitely immortal for less than a split-second in the cosmic calendar.

Science, storytelling, art and documentary television can get you there. Who would have thought?

Bravo!

PS: episode 12 brings you back to Earth, passing by Venus and still blows your mind while making it meaningful and delivering a well needed message...


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