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If we were to say that our planet is alive, we could compare it to the organisms that inhabit it. Its forests remind me of hair, liquid molten ro… Read More
If we were to say that our planet is alive, we could compare it to the organisms that inhabit it. Its forests remind me of hair, liquid molten rock in its core is like our blood, we can find similitudes for pores, veins and cells, and like the Earth, living things are the planets to smaller organisms. According to physicist Michio Kaku, we are going from a type zero (“planetary”), to a type one (“stellar”) civilization in Kardashev’s scale, which implies that we will no longer get our energy from organic resources, but from the ones in outer space. This represents a big danger to our existence, the reason for not having found life in other planets could be its self-destruction during this transition. Could this process be compared to death? The Moon and the Sun for me, are like extremities for our planet, tools that to control what happens inside this large scale organism. In my series, I give the Earth some new tools since a stellar civilization is able to “play with stars”. Having heard the words of Michio, this is a representation of what I think landscapes will look like in one hundred years from today. Read Less
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Series done on film, no digital manipulation except for dust cleaning.