posted on Dec, 18 2011 @ 10:21 AM
I was watching my favourite Star Trek film last night when I heard the mighty Chekov say something that caught my attention. When you take into
consideration that this film was made in the early 1980’s, it is all the more curious.
While on the star ship Reliant, looking for a lifeless planet, Chekov finds a blip on the sensor and says to his commander:
“I suppose it could be a particle of preanimate matter caught in the
Just what is he suggesting here? That the 23rd century knows there is a matrix that makes up its mind BEFORE life begins? This is similar to Rupert
Sheldrake’s morphic fields’ theories on evolution. Or, dare I say, something of the spooky quantum physics about it. I could be wrong [I
frequently am.haha] but it was an interesting line I thought. Do you?