Sunday, January 29, 2012

Touch



Ahh, the world works in mysterious ways! My last post was about the young man with autistic tendencies that just happened to be a mathematical genius. Some of our discussion in the comment section revolved around the possibility of these children actually being in the fourth dimension, a step up from our current third dimension, and therefore could not communicate with us past infancy. (If you watch the Carl Sagan video from the last post you will understand why we cannot relate to other dimensions.)

Voila! A new television series - about this very premise. The new series Touch is about:

A drama that blends science and spirituality to explore the hidden connections which bind together all of humanity. At the center of this distinctive new series is a widower and single father whose quest to reach his emotionally challenged 11-year-old son will shape the destiny of the entire planet. Written by Fox Publicity 

You can catch up with the pilot here. The series begins Monday, March 19th, at 9:00 p.m., PST.

7 comments:

Brian Miller said...

this was an awesome show...ironically i just watched it tonight and it rocked me...i can not wait until march....

Nancy said...

Brian - Ditto!

Rob-bear said...

The movie is strange but awesome. The whole concept is strange but awesome.

I guess I'll have to wait for it.

linda said...

this looks fascinating! thanks for the always interesting places to visit and things to see, nancy. ;)

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DJan said...

This does look interesting. I'll check it out; thanks for the link, Nancy. I think these synchronous events happen all the time, but we have to watch for them. I think about how often a discovery or invention is made on opposite ends of the earth at exactly the same time. You are in the flow, obviously.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Enjoyed it. Just wish we didn't have to wait till march!

dkzody said...

It was definitely an interesting premise. Don't know if I'm going to want to watch it every week, though. We shall see. Didn't realize it wasn't coming back until March. Thanks for the heads up.