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Mon Aug 25, 2014, 8:46 pm

To this day, I'm still surprised that people aren't more interested in my personal favorite synch, Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite (end of 2001/Pink Floyd - Echoes from Meddle). It's always been the synch with the strongest case for intent (at least, prior to the current Internet age).

Plus, it's got a ton of great themes going on in it visually. The idea that human intelligence was sparked by an alien intelligence. And that our current form of consciousness/intelligence is but a step along the way, and that honestly we are still infants in this universe. The creation of life itself.

What more is there to ask for?

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