The movie shall be available primarily digitally recorded wide-screen [2:1] 'stereo-eyes-ed' on digital video disk or digital video tape. The initial 'shoot' shall be direct minute-by-minute to giga-byte hard-drive, 4 megapixels/frame, wavelet-compressed, copy-saved to CDROM - the digitized sound and music edited in synchronized fractions [frames] of a second - and the final product released on Digital Video Laser Disk. The advantage of digital video is its reproducibility for the future of both broadcast FDTV [Full Definition 'stereo-eyes-ed'] and movie-house. Image generation shall be further enhanced and assisted by state-of-the-art computer facility. The final result shall be viewable stereo-eyes-ed with white 'sexichrome' or polarized '3.5D-safety-goggles' ... telecined celluloid film and other substandard versions may be available.
[The music exampled in the following outline and screenwrite is the
Strategic-Director's selection from hundreds of CD's of existing works
by artists whose timbre and lyrics fit each on-screen activity, and is
not otherwise representative of project SesQuatercet and its purposes]
[Mr. Petry also maintains several websites and posts on usenet news-groups
and forums in the mathematics, sciences, technologies, digital electronic/computer
engineering, and USA Presidential political-campaigning]
[REF: http://www.orbimage.com/images/highmideast04_03.jpg meteor impact tracks]
Untold millennia ago (could be 4000 BC or 4 million BC) there existed a planet at the position of the asteroid belt beyond Mars, according to the Bode-Titius Rule for planetary placement: And, this planet, or its moons, were inhabited.
The pre-disasteroid planet name is Bode-Titius, Boditius, Kirkwood, Shekinah, Vulcan, I-Rock, Kuwet.
Of course this planet was further than Mars, so it was colder still in the sunlight, but in (early) planetary formation, that's not a problem: It was still heated from its interior - and from its inhabitants nuclear devices, and the CO2 and H2O green house effects, and the much thicker atmosphere (like Jupiter but thinner), which left the planet warmer than Mars and gave rise to animal, fish, fowl, and human life much sooner than any other barren planet could.
Boditius could have been the genesis spawning planet for our solar system - whence spawning, we may return.
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