Friday, April 23, 2010


Just wanted to take a minute to clear up some mis-quotes I've put out there in recent interviews. In the recent Fecal Face interview I claimed that it was clients of Frederick Nietzsche's who were possibly tapping into universal consciousness by seeing the Holocaust before it happened. The correction is that they were actually patients of Sigmund Freud.
The second misquote I gave is in the Woodshop Films interview on Youtube, in the second video.
I claimed that Albert Einstein spoke about bee depopulation and how we would essentially be screwed if honey bees disappeared altogether. Although it has been widely publicized for years that Einstein said "If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live." Turns out this can't actually be proven because Albert Einstein never physically wrote it down anywhere.
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Wether it was Freud or Nietzsche, it is my personal belief that universal consciousness is a real and tangible thing, and it is fact that the bee population worldwide has been steadily declining, especially in North America, for years. The disappearance of bees would definitely be a major bummer for the planet.... even if Einstein didn't get quoted saying it.
Thank you!

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