Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Dramatic Mythos of Prometheus and Mans "Mass Effect" Ability Fire Magic: Please Tell Me that this is All Purely Coincidence and Not Orchestrated Madness in Some Crazy Cryptic Freemason Hierarchy Agenda Playing Out...

""In Greek mythology, Prometheus (Greek: Προμηθεύς, "Forethinker")[1] is a Titan, the son of Iapetus and Clymene, and brother to Atlas, Epimetheus and Menoetius.
He was a champion of mankind, known for his wily intelligence, who stole fire from Zeus and gave it to mortals.[2] Zeus then punished him for his crime by having him bound to a rock while a great eagle ate his liver every day only to have it grow back to be eaten again the next day. His myth has been treated by a number of ancient sources, in which Prometheus is credited with – or blamed for – playing a pivotal role in the early history of mankind.

During the Greek War of Independence, Prometheus became a figure of hope and inspiration for Greek revolutionaries and their philhellene supporters. Karl Marx was greatly influenced by the story of Prometheus, and called him "the greatest saint and martyr of the philosopher's calendar";[3] since then, Prometheus has become a general symbol for socialism and communism.[4]""

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Prometheus (2012) FILM

Prometheus - Official Full HD Trailer - Ridley Scott

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Prometheus (2012)
Action | Horror | Sci-Fi  -   8 June 2012 (USA)
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""A team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a journey to the darkest corners of the universe. There, they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.""

""Flame-bearing Prometheus may have visited humans earlier than we thought. An analysis of charred bones and plant ash in sediment from a South African cave suggests that Homo erectus was wielding fire a million years ago — and perhaps even cooking with it, according to the study released Monday by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The findings present the earliest clear evidence of such use of fire, experts said.

The ability to control fire marks an evolutionary turning point: It would have kept our ancient relatives warm in unforgiving climes and allowed them to cook their food, releasing trapped nutrients and getting more caloric bang for every bite.

“Fire is more than simply a pleasant luxury — we have pretty good evidence that it was the basis for a tremendous number of changes in human evolution,” said Richard Wrangham, an evolutionary anthropologist at Harvard University who was not involved in the study.""

""Scientists say they have new evidence that our ancestors were using fire as early as a million years ago.

It takes the form of ash and bone fragments recovered from Wonderwerk Cave in South Africa.

The team tells the journal PNAS that the sediments suggest frequent, controlled fires were lit on the site.

The ability to use fire is regarded as a key step in human development because it gave us access to cooked foods and new technologies.

Stone tools found at Wonderwerk Cave indicate the ancestor in question may have been Homo erectus, a species whose existence has been documented as far back as 1.8 million years ago.""

""Evidence of human ancestors using controlled fire one million years ago has been discovered by archaeologists.

The findings, based on ash and charred bone discovered in the Wonderwerk Cave in South Africa's kalahari Desert, appear to show the use of fire by early species of man, such as Homo erectus.

An international team led by the University of Toronto and Hebrew University, made the discovery in the cave that had previously been found to contain extensive records of human occupation.

"The analysis pushes the timing for the human use of fire back by 300,000 years, suggesting that human ancestors, as early as Homo erectus, may have begun using fire as part of their way of life," said Michael Chazan, anthropologist, co-director of the project and director of the University of Toronto Archaeology Centre.

Modern humans are thought to date back only around 200,000 years, while Homo erectus (upright man) dates back to between 1.3 and 1.8 million years.

The study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, concluded that the items burnt in the fire were not heated higher than 704C. This level of heat would have been created by the burning of grasses and leaves.

Chazan claimed that the control of fire represented a "major turning point in human evolution", allowing ancestors to stay warm, protect themselves from predators at night and perhaps cook food.""

With 'Prometheus' Ridley Scott Perfects What 'Mass Effect 3' Missed

Mass Effect 3 & Prometheus: A Tale of Two Tales

""The days of creating story lines in an ivory tower and delivering them to the masses are numbered. Perhaps it will survive in certain genres. But not in those that expect invested, large-scale audiences in the age of Social Media, says Jeff Gomez, founder of Starlight Runner Entertainment.

To understand this, he says, look at two recent examples on either side of the spectrum — the revolt over the ending of the video game “Mass Effect 3” and the viral marketing campaign for would-be summer blockbuster “ Prometheus.”

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Gomez has no investment in either the game or the movie. (He has worked with the studio behind “Prometheus,” 20th Century Fox, on the movie “Avatar.”) But as one of the important architects of transmedia –defined as the extension of stories across multiple platforms — he has been watching both properties relate to their audiences in very different ways.

Transmedia can be fan fiction, alternate reality gaming, interactive marketing, social communities and second-screen TV story augmentations. It is becoming a powerful, and inevitable, accelerant of a story’s brand. But the quickening can work both ways.

Lose control of it and you will feel the wrath, like BioWare did with its ‘Mass Effect 3′ ending. The trilogy has been lauded as a highly interactive game, but that creates a level of investment that can backfire.""

Supreme Court rules biotech Prometheus Laboratories can't patent 'laws of nature'

""The pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries are known for trying to hijack nature and claim it as their own personal property via the patent process. But a recent Supreme Court ruling has set a new precedent against this fraudulent practice, as Associate Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has ruled invalid two medical diagnostics patents held by Prometheus Laboratories, a biotech company owned by food giant Nestle.

According to reports, Prometheus had developed a diagnostic method for testing levels of metabolites in patients' blood to determine proper dosage levels of a class of drugs known as thiopurines. This method, which became widely adopted in the medical field, eventually birthed competing diagnostic protocols that performed the same or similar functions.

In 2004, for instance, the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota developed its own metabolite testing protocol and abandoned Prometheus' product. And in response, Prometheus filed a lawsuit against the Mayo Clinic alleging that the use of the protocol represented a patent infringement, which represented a first in the area of diagnostic medicine.

But because these methods were simply the routes used to deliver drug products and not actually drugs themselves, the patent filings were found to be an illegitimate attempt to patent natural processes. In its decision, the court noted that doctors or clinics who use such methods are merely utilizing advancements in science for the betterment of patients, and are not in violation of any sort of patents.""

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