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Screening of "Into Eternity" + Free Energy Talk and Q&A

Film: Into Eternity (2009), 75 minutes, in English/Finnish with English subtitles

Venue: Passing Clouds
From Liverpool Street Station (Bishopsgate) it's an eight minute bus ride on bus 149 or 242, northbound. If you come by bus, get off at the bus stop called "Middleton Road" (on Kingsland Road).
Doors open at 18:30

Every day, the world over, large amounts of high-level radioactive waste created by nuclear power plants is placed in interim storages, which are vulnerable to natural disasters, man-made disasters, and to societal changes. In Finland the world's first permanent repository is being hewn out of solid rock - a huge system of underground tunnels - that must last 100,000 years as this is how long the waste remains hazardous.

Once the waste has been deposited and the repository is full, the facility is to be sealed off and never opened again. Or so we hope, but can we ensure that? And how is it possible to warn our descendants of the deadly waste we left behind? How do we prevent them from thinking they have found the pyramids of our time, mystical burial grounds, hidden treasures? Which languages and signs will they understand? And if they understand, will they respect our instructions? While gigantic monster machines dig deeper and deeper into the dark, experts above ground strive to find solutions to this crucially important radioactive waste issue to secure mankind and all species on planet Earth now and in the near and very distant future.

Captivating, wondrous and extremely frightening, this feature documentary takes viewers on a journey never seen before into the underworld and into the future.

You can visit the film website here.

UPDATE 17/11: The screening of "Into Eternity" will be followed by a talk and Q&A with Jason Verbelli, an independent researcher interested in magnetism, electricity and similarities between science and spirituality.

Further details are available here.

This event is free of charge.

Please make an effort to be on time. We endeavour to start at 7pm sharp to leave enough time for a short debate at the end of the movie before Jason's talk. There will probably be live music later in the evening.


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  • Hamid A.

    The venue was very well kept and atmospheric. I'm looking forward to returning here again

    November 26, 2012

  • francesco

    The double bill event attracted many people. The venue was packed. I found Jason's presentation compelling and inspiring, notably because of the openness of his research project and his call for help and collaboration. This sounds very much in line with TZM and TVP approach to scientific research end experimentation.

    November 26, 2012

  • elizabeth cameron j.

    I loved watching this film, it was a really potent idea, subtly put... it was from a different part of the world which I enjoyed, and about a pressing issue so worth being asked to think about, lovely film work made it really watchable.

    November 25, 2012

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