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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan09_Post.mp4 There's a famous line that describes "bad" human behavior. Bad human behavior according to how we spend money. "We buy things we don't need to impress people we don't like." There are many variations of this. On a bigger scale, the idea of "consumerism" is considered to be very bad. This is kind of true, but not always. Simply buying more things is not bad in itself. Not in the least. In fact, we programmed to always want more. More than we have. Maybe there was an ancient tribe of people
There are plenty of pretty good time travel movies. My favorite is one called "Primer." This is a fantastic example of the writing advice, that you should "show," rather than tell. More mainstream and Hollywood type movies pretty much dumb everything WAY down. There was another movie where a couple of scientists were going toward the center of the earth, to reverse the rotation. And they were arguing over something you'd learn in high school physics. Primer wasn't like that. You actually have to watch it a few times to fully understand the time travel theory