Shared April 8, 2007
This short clip comprises the main point of James Burke's excellent series- the day the universe changed.
Against a backdrop of a buddhist monastary, high in the himalayas, James Burke envisions a utopic future. Stopping just short of presaging the singularity, communities like digg and /. are quite obviously foretold.
I'm quite surprised that this hasn't been heavily sampled for electronic music.
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