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By Kris Magnusson
read Open Mic from time to time, and Iâ€™m impressed with the integrity and candor of its writers and the personal risks they take, and the willingness of the Bohemian to indulge local creativity. I have something to share myself, and rather than keep my thoughts to myself and my immediate family, I need to let other people share in the fire in my belly that keeps me moving forward. What will happen in 2012 is a subject that evokes both fear and delight in many Americans. I believe that rather than being the end of the world in some sort of global apocalypse, it will be a tipping point where so-called enlightened selfinterest and its child, capitalism, will begin to be challenged by a philosophical quantum leap and the beginnings of a velvet revolution that not even Predator drones can stop. What is the nature of this quantum leap? It is and will be the final correction to both Locke and Smithâ€™s irrational philosophies that if man simply looks out for himself and respects the natural rights of others, all is right in the world. The reason rational self-interest is irrational is that it only takes into account human beings. That means people think itâ€™s OK to clearcut the Amazonian rain forests for meager economic gains. Corporations that only take into account the interests of their stockholders have no institutional obligations to their employees and the environment, ruin the financial lives of those they lay off and freely emit carbon into the atmosphere without concern for the effects on the ecosystem. Investment bankersâ€™ core philosophy of personal financial gain has caused the worst recession since the Great Depression, and the government of the people, by the people, for the people has bailed them out of their losses. Our very way of life that rests on the foundation of enlightened self-interest is not only irrational, it is dangerous. The only solution is an aforementioned velvet revolution that jumps one quantum level to take into account all life forms on Earth with a new philosophy of love and respect for all humanity as well as the ecosystem as an entity in itself.
I think the reason so many are at least uneasy about 2012 is not because it represents the end of time, but rather a judgment day where a growing majority of humans begin to hold our leaders and all culpable fellow Americans accountable for maintaining our capitalist status quo that is causing a mass extinction equivalent to one caused by an asteroid slamming into the oceans. Is our species mad? Are we really akin to viruses, as Agent Smith believed? Are we really so shortsighted that we cannot see the true doomsday scenario we are creating for ourselves by killing off half the species on Earth? Nuclear combat is clearly no longer the threat to mass extinction it used to be; now itâ€™s the effluvia of capitalism. We buy trinkets from Wal-Mart at bargain prices, we save money for our retirements, and we are stupefied by the Cooking Channel, Oprah and our mundane, meaningless lives filled with alcohol, affairs and soccer. It has been said that humans donâ€™t take action until the last possible moment. We face that moment now, on the precipice of 2012. Call the Lightworkers and the Twin Flames kooks if you want, but they are on to something. Love, spirituality and respect for all life forms, which is their core philosophy, is the one that, if it replaces rational self-interest, will transform life on Earth by clearing corrupt power structures, restructuring the way we work to replace it with emotionally and spiritually uplifting activities, and restoring coexistence with and stewardship of the ecosystem. Brushing away rational self-interest could very well happen in 2012. If enough of us awaken and begin to love one another like brothers and sisters and respect the value of and necessity for a healthy ecosystem, we can perhaps act in time to save the planetâ€”and ourselves.
Are we really akin to viruses, as Agent Smith believed?
Kris Magnusson is the co-author of â€˜Java Enterprise in a Nutshellâ€™ and a former tech writer for Adobe and Microsoft who lives in Santa Rosa. Open Mic is a weekly feature in the Bohemian. We welcome your contribution. To have your topical essay of 700 words considered for publication, write email@example.com.
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Corporations that have fled our country and are making obscene profits in other countries must be taxed severely in order to get rid of our deficit. We need to put people to work fixing our roads and providing homes for the homeless and medical care for those who cannot afford it without so much red tape that they fall through the cracks. We need to address global environmental issues before our planet becomes uninhabitable. We need to realize we are all on this little spinning ball together and stop fighting over our differences. We need to teach peace! The slaughter that has happened in some of our schools and elsewhere is a direct result of our inability to deal with hate and how it affects mentally unstable individuals. If we do not change the direction we have been heading, then this country is on the brink of anarchy and horrors one cannot begin to imagine. Peace and justice must prevail, or we are doomed to go the way of the dinosaurs for some future archeologists to wonder what became of our so-called civilization.
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hile most who call customer service are subjected to relentless pop Muzak as they wait for help, callers to Sonic.net in early January heard something completely differentâ€”a message of apology from Sonic cofounder and CEO Dane Jasper. â€œIâ€™d like to apologize in advance for what may be a much longer than usual hold time today,â€? Jasper intones on the pre-recorded message. â€œOur new Fusion broadband and phone service is growing rapidly and our whole team is trying hard to keep up. â€œWe are hiring,â€? Jasper goes on to say. â€œIf you know any friendly Sonoma County people who are good with technology, please
tell them about our employment page.â€? Oft lauded for timely and competent service support, wait times at the North Bayâ€™s largest independent ISP have recently been as long as 37 minutes, much to Jasperâ€™s unease. The demands on Sonic.netâ€™s customer-service agents have skyrocketed since lower prices for the popular Fusion service went into effect. Fusion combines broadband internet service with a longdistance-enabled landline, a move that provides locally minded folks an option aside from AT&T. The popularity of Fusion combined with the December announcement of a partnership with Google on a Stanford University campus fiber-tohome network has led to lightning-fast increases in customer requests. â€œWe have the pre-roll message to let
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York Times titled â€œIn Praise of the Mom-andPop I.S.P.â€? journalist Katie Hafner praised Sonic.netâ€™s homegrown roots and attitude. At the time, they had just 30 employees. According to Hafner, when calling tech support, a customer was â€œtreated like royalty . . . any of the 15 technicians, several of them still teenagers, focus on your problem with the single-mindedness of emergency-room doctors rallying to someone who has been transported to the hospital by helicopter.â€? Jasper claims to be adamantly against outsourcing customer interactions. He spends approximately two hours a day responding personally to tweets and blog comments, in addition to interacting with customers on popular technology shopping forums like â€œSlick Deals.â€? He says he often writes such responses in the middle of the night and early in the morning.
â€˜Itâ€™s a challenge we think about a lot here,â€™ says Jasper. â€˜We have 100 staff today. What happens when weâ€™re at 200? Five hundred?â€™
â€œI anticipate continuing to do that,â€? says Jasper when asked whether he will be able to continue the high level of customer interaction. â€œI enjoy it and I find it very interesting to get direct feedback from customers.â€? Matt Silver, currently an IT tech at Oâ€™Reilly Media and a Sonic.net customer since the late 1990s, believes the company will be able to rise above the current glitches. Silver emphasizes that hold times are also connected to the individual attention given to each situation by the call center employees, who use a more natural troubleshooting process. â€œWhen you call some other tech-support companies, it feels like youâ€™re getting pushed through a script,â€? says Silver. As a former tech support member at Sonic.net, Silver insists the company has survived periods of rapid growth in the past. â€œWhen I was there, we went through a huge period of expansion selling DSL service. There were a lot of new customers in a short amount of time. We had hold times of up to 12 minutes,â€? he says. Still, it remains to be seen whether Sonic.net will emerge from this latest round of expansion with its homegrown ethic intact. Kunkel commends the ISP for carving out a niche independently of AT&T and other corporations, and he believes that their mom-and-pop character runs deep enough to survive without becoming another â€œmonopolist scheme.â€? â€œThe long wait times at this point are to be expected. They havenâ€™t had a chance to expand the infrastructure. Iâ€™m certain because of the character of the people involved in that they will fix it,â€? he says. THE BOHEMIAN
Can superheroes thrive on the iPad? By Daedalus Howell
omeone in every generation claims to have had the inaugural issue of [insert comic-book title here] stowed in the attic, garage or under the bed, only to discover that his mother disposed of it with the one-eyed teddy bear and the cummerbund from prom. If this well-worn tale is true, millions of dollars of collectible comic books are now moldering in landfills across America. When your progressive mother claims to have â€œrecycledâ€? your pristine first edition of Action Comics No. 1, remind her that having $317,000 pulped into toilet paper is little consolation. How the ephemera of childrenâ€™s entertainment transforms into highend obsessions for collectors requires more analysis than this space allows, though we might surmise names like Freud and Peter Pan would come up as frequently as Frank Miller and Stan Lee. (Also, notice how itâ€™s always the mother who dumps the comics in these tales of multipanel woe.) Entrepreneur Alex Komarov has a product that will prevent comics from ever being dumped againâ€”keep the content, ditch the medium. Komarovâ€™s latest foray into the iPad app market (coming on the heels of his popular AccordĂŠon app, which replicates the squeezebox in nothing less than HD) is an elegant addition to the growing library of graphic novels now available on the tablet device. Komarovâ€™s, however, is a standalone application called Sad Comics, a clever anthology written and illustrated by Roman Muradov that invites readers into a â€œworld of delight and dismayâ€? and features the ruminations of a dying fish (and its notion of seducing Hitlerâ€™s bride Eva Braun) and a bear negotiating an existential entreaty with his terminal brain cancer. That both Komarov and Muradov hail from Moscow might account for the distinctly Dostoevskian sensibility of the material rather than the muscle-bound, Spandex-clad tortured redeemers one often finds in comic books. This is content for its own sake. Whereas a traditional comic book is collectible as an artifact, Komarovâ€™s product is only collectible in a senseâ€”you can purchase all five issues on iTunes for $3.99 (the first issue is available for 99 cents). There is no inherent value, however, to the digital ones and zeroes that are ultimately comprised in the experience. In
fact, since digital media is infinitely replicable, itâ€™s tantamount to ubiquitous, which in terms of market scarcity equals worthless. Sad Comics, however, is worth far more the aggregate pixels that form its tastefully murky palette; like the best graphic novels, Sad Comics is a diverting, contemplative and beautifully rendered hybrid of art and literature. Its method of delivery, however, raises intriguing questions about how we not only consume media but how and why we value it and, by extension, art. Hang an iPad frozen on Sad Comics on your wall and youâ€™ve saved on a frame by wasting an iPad. However, a lithograph of the tumorous brain signed by Muradov might fetch you some rubles on eBay. Will this valuation model ever change? Komarov, one can safely assume, doesnâ€™t care. For him, itâ€™s about the content, not the debate. The eponymously named Alex Komarov Inc. is a â€œmobile interaction design and strategyâ€? company, which generally creates solutions for clients in the digital mobile space. Publishing Sad Comics and other material under the Pretentious Press banner is a relatively recent development for the technology firm, which quickly realized comic books represented an entirely different kind of challenge. â€œI think the biggest challenge is the content,â€? Komarov says. â€œNo matter how good your eye is, at the end of the day what matters is, are the comics interesting enough and do people want to read them?â€? The technological aspect of the project rolled straight out of Komarovâ€™s wheelhouse. â€œThe iPad does not present too much of a challenge because the format of the screen is perfect. You can read it on the screen as if youâ€™re holding the real comic book,â€? Komarov says. â€œThis is exactly what weâ€™re trying achieveâ€”the feeling of the real comic book, to basically transfer the magic of the comic books that you have on your shelf to the iPad.â€? Sad Comics will soon release a â€œpremium appâ€? that will feature high resolution artwork and â€œextrasâ€? reminiscent of DVDs, including â€œmaking of â€? material like early sketches, additional illustrated short stores and â€œsecret bonus content.â€? Which sounds kind of collectible, but only kind ofâ€”so far.
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fine film gets me wired for conversation. When I see a really good documentary, I search everywhere for someone else whoâ€™s seen it so I can talk about it. So Iâ€™m grateful to the organizers of the fourth annual Sonoma Environmental Film Festival, who have provided an outlet for my enthusiasm and analytic mind. The environmentally conscious will want to buy tickets, grab some locally grown (organic, non-GMO, heirloom) popcorn and head for the festival, starting Jan. 20 at Summerfield Cinemas in Santa Rosa. The program includes panel discussions and face-to-face conversations after each screening, providing a rich opportunity to connect with locals and others who share a passion for the environment and the arts. Kicking off the festival is a documentary about an artist who shapes images in the refuse of Rio de Janeiro. The award-winning â€˜Waste Landâ€™ follows Brazilian artist Vik Muniz on a journey of relationships and art created in an urban garbage dump, exploring how an artistâ€™s vision can impact others. Local artists will join moviegoers in a discussion of the film in the lobby after the show. After the kick-off, the festival and postfilm discussions move to the Sonoma Womenâ€™s Club. There, fans of food and food politics will be treated to a panel chat about local food systems on Saturday, Jan. 22. First, a decentralized farming network is featured in the film â€˜BK Farmyards,â€™ while â€˜Whatâ€™s on Your Plate?â€™ gives viewers a glimpse of students who follow the miles and mishaps that occur between farm and fork. The interactive fun begins afterward when Kathleen Hill, founder of the Sonoma School Garden Project, prompts dirt-digging food advocates to speak their minds, including Grayson James, Petaluma Bounty founder; Meg Easter-Dawson, manager of the garden and kitchen programs at Valley of the Moon Childrenâ€™s Center; and Rachel Kohn Obut, cocreator of Lunita Farm in Sonoma Valley. Too impatient to wait for the panel discussion, I chatted with Easter-Dawson about the garden at the Valley of the Moon Childrenâ€™s Center, where many of the kids
awaiting foster-care placement experience their first bite of a fresh vegetable. â€œThe main focus of our garden is to let the kids dig in the dirt and find out where their food comes from,â€? explains Easter-Dawson. â€œThese are kids who arenâ€™t used to eating vegetables; theyâ€™re used to eating fast food. You see a kid pull a lemon cucumber off of the vines and eat it, then look forward to doing it again. Thereâ€™s an emotional connection they can make with the earth that can be really therapeutic for them.â€? In the kitchen program, a clever chef put kale on the hamburgers, and the kids, according to Easter-Dawson, were thrilled. (Maybe later someone can develop a similar program for kale-fearing adults?) I also spoke in advance with 27-year-old farmer Kohn Obut, who, after five years of working on other peopleâ€™s farms season after season, is as excited about putting down roots as she has been to fill the niche for a communitysupported agriculture program in Sonoma Valley with Lunita Farm. Kohn Obut tells me that she is â€œpassionate about growing food, being part of the local food movement and creating community around local food.â€? These are precisely the kind of folks I want to chat up after viewing films about food politics. Likewise, Iâ€™ll want to chat with the fisheries panelists after viewing â€˜Californiaâ€™s Lost Salmonâ€™ by award-winning filmmaker Chris Bauer, one of four shorts to be discussed by Zeke Grader, of the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermensâ€™ Association, and Dr. Geoff Shester, of the Oceana organization. Topics will include threats to West Coast fishing communities, no-trawl zones off the coast, banning commercial harvest of krill and prohibiting commercial fishing in the U.S. Arctic. Sundayâ€™s reception includes seafood from a sustainable company, I Love Blue Sea, as well as Sonomaâ€™s Whole Foods, Ashton Vineyard, Deerfield Ranch Winery and Sky Saddle Winery.
These are kids who arenâ€™t used to eating vegetables.
Tickets to the Sonoma Environmental Film Festival are available at the door or online, along with the complete program for this yearâ€™s festival, at www.seff.us. Teachers are encouraged to offer school credit to attending students; inquire about limited student scholarships at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ne last noteworthy thing that Arnold Schwarzenegger did for the state of California was to declare January â€œRestaurant Month,â€? which translates to delicious discounts for diners. Although many counties have had their own established â€œRestaurant Weekâ€? for years, Schwarzenegger requested that 10 more regions participate to promote an economic boost for Californiaâ€™s ailing economy. In the aftermath of the holidays, January is understandably a slow month for many businesses, restaurants included. Sponsored by the California Travel and Tourism Commission, Restaurant Week/Month offers a win-win situation for businesses and clients alike by offering dining deals too good to turn down. Establishments taking part in Restaurant Weekâ€” January 15â€“21â€”present prix fixe meals or dining specials at exceptional prices, encouraging patrons to try somewhere new or to revisit their favorites. This year, Marin County is bringing Restaurant Week to the table for the first time, hoping to entice customers from their usual
dining comfort zones in other counties to sample Marinâ€™s restaurants. The county was invited to participate less than three months ago, so with very little advance notice and virtually no advertising budget, the Marin Visitors Bureau approached restaurants and local corporate media planners to join the event. â€œThis is a wonderful opportunity for Marin County,â€? says Christine Bohlke of the Marin Visitors Bureau. â€œWe are using Facebook and social media to reach out to the public and local corporations to take part in Restaurant Week this year so they can get a feel for it and help increase participation for next year as well.â€? No tickets or passes are required, but reservations at participating restaurants are strongly suggested. Marin offers some fabulous sites along with the meals, including the historic Mountain Home Inn atop Mt. Tamalpais, or the Point Reyes Seashore Lodge and Farmhouse Restaurant in Olema. Restaurants in San Rafael and Novato are also joining in the fun. Visitors are encouraged to make a day of exploring the countyâ€™s treasures, capped by a unique dining experience. Napa Valley has extended the week into Restaurant Month, with almost 30 restaurants
participating for the entire month of January. From well-established spots like Yountvilleâ€™s Mustardâ€™s Grill or Tra Vigne Restaurant in St. Helena, to new-kid-on-the-block Fish Story in downtown Napa, diners have the opportunity to sample great food at affordable prices at some of Napaâ€™s most renowned eateries. Menus may include seasonal delicacies such as fresh Dungeness crab, wild mushrooms and highly prized black truffles. Restaurants in Calistoga, St. Helena, Rutherford, Yountville and the town of Napa are offering two- or three-course prix fixe menus starting at $20.11, plus other dining deals. (Although some include wine pairings with dinner, most prices quoted do not include beverages, tax or gratuities.) Those looking to take advantage of these great gastronomic opportunities should make sure to check on-line for specific information pertaining to the restaurant of their choice. Diners can pace themselves and experience new spots in both counties, and, while theyâ€™re at it, raise a glass to the new governor. For more information, check the links at www.visitmarin.org or www.legendarynapavalley.com.
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Family patriarch Anton, from the Swiss canton Ticino, homesteaded this property in the 1880s. Perched right on the edge of Highway 128, the historic house and winery nearly careen off the hillside. It wouldnâ€™t be hard to get a barrel rolling around here, so new winemaker Aimee Sunseri keeps a close eye on her new French oak. Over in the original, hand-hewn stone cellar, cousin Kenny Wainright mans the bar while trading jests with cousin Joe Nichelini, the vineyard guy. Itâ€™s all cousins here, the latest regime of them to take the reigns of Napaâ€™s oldest continuously family-owned winery. With upwards of 12 children, patriarch Anton left behind enough interested parties to keep the concern going. Inside, heâ€™s pictured as the epitome of the mustached immigrant winegrower, a â€œGreetings from California Wine Countryâ€? postcard circa 1910, stoically beaming aside a prodigiously fruitful grapevine.
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f extraterrestrial civilizations exist in our galaxyâ€”and there are good reasons to think they doâ€”itâ€™s probably a good idea to mind our own business and hope they do the same. There seems to be plenty of available real estate for extraterrestrials to live on. In the past few years, astronomers have identified over 500 planets circling nearby stars. Extrapolating these findings, it is likely that tens of trillions of planets revolve around the hundreds of billions of stars that make up our home galaxy. Trillions of these planets could have Earth-like characteristics; i.e., rocky with liquid water. In a 2008 article in the journal Astrobiology, University of East Anglia researcher Andrew Watson calculated the probability that intelligent life will emerge on Earth-like planets is quite low (less than 0.01 percent over 4 billion years). However, if there are a trillion Earth-like planets in the galaxy, that would imply that intelligent
life could arise on roughly 10 million of them. Or, if thatâ€™s too high, cut the figure down by a factor of 10, to just 1 million planets inhabited by intelligent aliens. Americans are open to the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations. A 2008 Scripps Howard News Service poll found that 56 percent of Americans believe that intelligent life exists on other planets, and more than one-third think that aliens have already visited Earth. In 1960, Project Ozma used a radio telescope to search for artificial transmissions from nearby stars. In November 2010, astronomers from 12 countries celebrated the 50th anniversary of SETI (the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) using new instruments, including the Allen Telescope Array, that dramatically increase the rate at which stars can be surveyed for signals produced by technologically advanced civilizations. Since 1999, the SETI@home project has involved hundreds of thousands of volunteers who process radio telescope data on their home computers searching for signals. So far, the sky searches have turned up nothing.
So why the â€œGreat Silenceâ€?? Or as Manhattan Project physicist Enrico Fermi quipped over lunch in 1950, â€œWhere are they?â€? In 1980, physicist Frank Tipler proposed a scenario in which alien civilizations would launch fleets of self-replicating machines possessing humanlevel intelligence to explore the galaxy. The machines would arrive in a new star system and immediately start to populate it with duplicates of themselves and launch the next wave of explorers. Tipler calculated that once launched, such machines would inhabit every solar system in the galaxy within 300 million years. Since there is no evidence for such an ever-expanding fleet of self-replicating machines, Tipler concluded, â€œExtraterrestrial intelligent beings do not exist.â€? In 1983, astronomer Carl Sagan and geophysicist William Newman countered Tiplerâ€™s â€œsolipsisticâ€? conclusion arguing, among other things, that intelligent aliens might refrain from constructing f leets of self-replicators because such machines might turn on their creators. In addition, Sagan and
Newman suggested that advanced aliens might have “much more exciting and fulfilling objectives . . . than strip-mining or colonizing every planet in sight.” Then Sagan and Newman turned Pollyannaish proposing that aggressive mean-spirited aliens would conveniently kill themselves off leaving only benevolent civilizations “pre-adapted to live with other groups in mutual respect.” Moreover, they suggested, “We think it is possible that the Milky Way is teeming with civilizations that are far beyond our level of advance as we are beyond the ants; and paying us about as much attention as we pay to the ants.” Never mind how thoughtlessly we walk over anthills as we go about our daily tasks. George Mason University economist Robin Hanson took Tipler’s arguments seriously but laid out a scenario in which a wave of exploration by aliens would hop through our region of the galaxy only temporarily occupying the more favorable oases before pushing on, followed by a more sedentary wave later. We just happen to be living in a solar system that the first wave skipped over and which the second wave has not yet reached. Let’s assume SETI is successful and we detect the existence of an extraterrestrial civilization. What effect would such a discovery have on humanity? When we contemplate extraterrestrials we see ourselves; they are mirrors reflecting humanity’s hopes and fears. On the side of hope, many see E.T.s as benevolent saviors from our worst natures; on the fear side, they reflect our worst natures. Sagan and Newman believed of extraterrestrials that “it is highly likely that their intentions are benign and their sensitivities about societies at our level of technological adolescence delicate.” Apparently, aliens obey the Prime Directive as formulated by the TV series Star Trek in which advanced civilizations don’t interfere with primitive cultures. In Sagan’s 1985 sci-fi novel Contact, aliens were portrayed as wise teachers who want to help humanity explore the hidden meanings inscribed in the very structure of the universe. Tipler pondered the idea that the “biological exclusion” principle might apply to encounters with aliens, the upshot being that two intelligent species cannot co-exist because they would both be competing for the same resources. If one species had even a slight advantage over the other, it would out-compete the second one. In fact, it has been suggested that this is what happened when Neanderthals and modern humans came in contact, with the consequence that Neanderthals are now extinct. More recently, Cambridge University physicist Stephen Hawking warned that if we detect intelligent aliens, we should be “wary of answering back, until we have developed a bit further.” Why? “Meeting a more advanced civilization, at our present stage, might be a bit like the original inhabitants of America meeting Columbus,” explained Hawking. “I don’t think they were better off for it.” Even if Sagan and Newman are correct
that the galaxy is populated with saintly super-advanced intelligences, it is puzzling that no one has so far found any physically detectable astronomical evidence of their existences. Hanson also noted that our instruments should be able to detect some evidence for his postulated colonizing wave front as it progressed by converting matter and energy around various stars. There is, however, another possible explanation for this absence of evidence for extraterrestrial civilizations—intelligence could be toxic.
‘Meeting a more advanced civilization, at our present stage, might be a bit like the original inhabitants of America meeting Columbus.’ In 1996, Hanson formulated the idea that there is a “Great Filter” that somehow reduces the chances that a civilization can reach the stars before going extinct. The question then becomes whether the Great Filter is behind us or ahead of us. It might turn out that evolving life is highly improbable, which would suggest that the filter is behind us and that we are alone in the universe. Of course, finally detecting an alien civilization would be a positive event with regard to the Great Filter: if aliens have survived technological development, then so might we. But what if we just find evidence of alien life? Oxford University transhumanist philosopher Nick Bostrom argues that finding fossils for independently evolved complex life on Mars would signal a dismal future for humanity. “Such a discovery would be a crushing blow,” argues Bostrom. “It would be by far the worst news ever printed on a newspaper cover.” Why? Because it would mean that it is highly probable that life arises frequently in the universe. In that case, since we have no evidence for extraterrestrial civilizations that would strongly imply that the Great Filter lies ahead of us, it is likely we will be winnowed out by it. Intelligent life might inevitably destroy itself by deploying apocalyptic technology: thermonuclear weapons, biotech plagues, runaway nanotechnology or other horrors we have yet to imagine. Thus Bostrom concludes, “In the search for extraterrestrial life, no news is good news. It promises a potentially great future for humanity.” In other words, extraterrestrial silence is golden. THE BOHEMIAN
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hat does the word â€˜chaliceâ€™ mean to you?â€? This is the question that was posed to local artists six months ago, and their answers, using acrylic, glass, mosaic, fabric, colored pencil, photography, tree branches and even cut-up cat-food tins, will be unveiled to the public in an opening reception at the Glaser Center on Saturday, Jan. 15. For many, the word â€œchaliceâ€? conjures the famous and sought-after Holy Grail, the goblet from which Jesus is said to have drunk at the Last Supper. For others, the chalice represents the sacred feminine, a notion buffered by Riane Eislerâ€™s 1987 groundbreaking book The Chalice and the Blade. â€œChaliceâ€? can also refer to the cup-shaped interior of a f lower, and a type of coral. Female artists and the female form are well represented in this juried art exhibition, but with some 40 artists featuring their unique interpretations of â€œchalice,â€? the cup of varied ideas literally runneth over. In a nod to the Unitarian Universalists, Nancy Wilkinsâ€™ Spirit of Life depicts their
symbol of the f laming chalice in watercolor and collage. Upon learning of the project, nurse and sometime 3-D artist Susan Bartholome felt inspired to fuse glass; she creates a lightcatching chalice that might not hold wine, but will capture the eye. On a less literal level, pediatrician Jean Smith uses a plastic swimsuit display torso from Costco as the base for her dramatic Wounded Mother. The earth is presented as an injured (and bandaged) chalice resting atop a branch and a stone. The Chalice Project culminates in a gala party and silent auction at the Glaser Center on Saturday, Feb. 26, and in a gesture befitting its meaning will offer a portion of the proceeds to COTS, the Committee on the Shelterless. Several artists capture the idea of the chalice as home. For Johanna Regan-Ottenweller, the project challenged her to be more innovative. â€œFor the first time, I sawed a cup in half and used it in a way I never had before,â€? she says. Regan-Ottenweller, who runs the Jenner Mosaic Workshop, constructs the cheerful mosaic fountain Homes for All as an antidote to the depressing problem of homelessness, whereas wedding photographer Sylvia Steininger, who enjoys turning her lens to the
â€œdarker side of life,â€? makes a statement with her untitled photograph of a homeless man with a red f lower peering out of a hole in his tent (above). For her, â€œchaliceâ€? is both the shelter of the tent and the unseen female who inspired the unexpected sanguine blossom. â€œThere is a huge rebel inside of me,â€? says Steininger of her photo. â€œWhy must everything have a name? Naming indicates what you should think about my piece; Iâ€™d rather people interpret it for themselves.â€? In Marsha Connellâ€™s collage series Dream Vessels, the chalice is a nest which gives rise to eggs and pens symbolic of the potential for transformation. Whatever oneâ€™s interpretation of this layered and often loaded noun, chairperson Nancy Hargas says that the Chalice Project â€œcaptures the imagination and stirs the juices.â€? She invites attendees to â€œexpand [their] horizons and awaken to the mystery of the chalice.â€?
Drink and be ďŹ lled by the Chalice Project, on display from Jan. 15â€“Feb. 25 at the Glaser Center. 547 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. Opening reception Jan. 15; 5:30pm. 707.568.5381. THE BOHEMIAN
5A84=3;H58A4 Dodds Delzell, left, plays a man chastised by Tim Kniffin, right, for spending far too much on a virtually blank white canvas under the guise of â€˜modern art.â€™
â€˜Artâ€™ and â€˜Mr. Marmaladeâ€™ diametric opposites of the human condition By David Templeton
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ost aficionados agree that the point of modern art, assuming there is one (and there are plenty who insist that pointlessness is the point of modern art), is to challenge and destroy the deceitful illusion of surfaces. Traditional art is all about surfaces: a picture of a man skiing down a hill is just a picture of a man skiing down a hill. But in most modern art, especially abstract art, the true meaning of a painting works deep beneath the surface. In fact, the less a painting appears to resemble anything recognizable, the more powerfully it is able to work on a viewerâ€™s emotions, expectations and intellect. Or something. This view of art, of course, is sheer, incomprehensible nonsense to people like the opinionated Marc, one of three deeply layered characters in Yasmina Rezaâ€™s sharpwitted, Tony-winning comedy Art, running through Jan. 23 in the Studio at the Sixth Street Playhouse. Marc (played with ferocious derision and thinly veiled hurt by the excellent Tim Kniffin) is still reeling from the news that his longtime friend Serge (Dodds Delzell, focused and funny) has spent a small fortune on a painting of . . . nothing. The large, unframed canvas is totally white, with almost imperceptible white diagonal lines. Serge, a Parisian dermatologist, can certainly afford the 200,000 francs he coughed up for the painting, and he genuinely likes it. But Marcâ€™s negative reaction (â€œItâ€™s a white piece of shit,â€? he says) puts an immediate and increasingly powerful strain on their friendship. Caught in the middle is Yvan (an elastic Tim Setzer, channeling a young Nathan
Lane, with a dash of Stuart Smalley). Yvan, facing an impending marriage to a woman heâ€™s not sure heâ€™s right for, is alarmed to see his primary safety net (his position as the affable third party in the Marc-SergeYvan trio) beginning to come apart, and his ineffectual attempts to calm things down only make matters worse. There is plenty of witty discussion on the meaning of art, much of which plays right to the edge of satire. Terms like â€œdeconstruction,â€? â€œinertia,â€? â€œmasterpieceâ€? and â€œmonochromatic resonanceâ€? are tossed around like cashews spilled from a bowl. But despite all of this, Rezaâ€™s brilliant Art is not really about art; itâ€™s about friendship and the illusions that hold people togetherâ€”and, in some cases, tear them apart. Elegantly emphasized by director Jennifer King, the forces that have worked so well in the trioâ€™s 15-year friendship reveal themselves to be less about mutual tastes and interests and more about pecking order. What hurts Marc so much about Sergeâ€™s impulse buy isnâ€™t the painting so much as Sergeâ€™s uncharacteristic self-determination. There was a time when heâ€™d never have made so bold a decision without consulting Serge first, and that, more than anything, is what plunges Serge into his state of unease. The playâ€™s resolution is at once shocking and emotionally satisfying, as the three men, their friendshipâ€™s true meaning suddenly brought into the cold light of critical analysis (or should I say â€œdeconstructionâ€??), inevitably find a way to their own natural shape and form. The crafty, fine-tuned cast finds clever ways to launch this already amusing material into escalating levels of comedy, while staying grounded in the recognizably sad and silly fallibility of simply being human.
uman frailty of another kind is explored, with far less elegance and insight, in Noah Haidleâ€™s aggressively unpleasant, intermittently funny dark comedy Mr. Marmalade. Presented at Spreckels Performing Arts Center by the Narrow Way Stage Company, Haidleâ€™s play is like a Saturday Night Live sketch (one of the early, take-no-prisoners kind), stretched out to 90 minutes and pushed to the very edge of acceptability. OKâ€”it actually goes way beyond acceptability, and that quality of the playâ€™s sheer boldness and gutsy in-your-faceness is its most appealing feature. Unfortunately, thatâ€™s not enough to make this comic exploration of psychological damage and child neglect any less squirm-inducing. Lucy (Caitlin Brandon) is a four-yearold New Jersey girl whose mother either leaves her alone or in the company of criminally careless babysitters for hours at a time. Left to a television diet of Disney princess movies (and daytime talk shows), Lucy has developed a seriously unhinged coping method: sheâ€™s created an imaginary friend who springs from the most dire and unfathomable details of the screwed-up adults she watches on TV. Mr. Marmalade (played with creepy childmolester intensity by Matt Witthaus) is an overworked businessman with porn movies in his briefcase and a penchant for snorting coke who can only play with Lucy for short periods of time, scheduling make-believe tea parties between days-long business trips. More often, Mr. Marmalade sends his gay, physically abused personal assistant Bradley (Clint Campbell) to take his place. All of this is intentionally distasteful, and yet not without moments of icky but laughinducing farce. When Lucy temporarily breaks up with Mr. Marmalade, she dallies with a real-life playmate, the whimsically depressed Larry (Patrick Reilly), who at five years old has been named the youngest attempted suicide in New Jersey history. Reilly plays Larry with an appealing sweetness, and for a while, their games of playing doctor (including pantomimed heart transplants) are kind of endearing. With the arrival of Larryâ€™s own imaginary playmatesâ€” freakish humanoid vegetable people with childishly flatulent senses of humorâ€”Lucy makes up with Mr. Marmalade and descends into a childâ€™s version of an unhealthy abusive marriage, ultimately leading to some rather graphic staging of infant murder (donâ€™t try this at home, kids) and seppuku (which, OK, was kind of funny). All the while, director Lito Briano keeps the tone cartoonish and slapsticky, undermining whatever vague social commentary the playwright may have intended. Narrow Way has made a name for itself by tackling tough, polarizing material, and this play certainly fits that MO, but with nothing coherent to communicate beyond a spirited willingness to offend, Mr. Marmalade is merely an exercise in prankish discomfort.
â€˜Artâ€™ runs Thursdayâ€“Sunday through Jan. 23 in the Studio at the Sixth Street Playhouse. Fridayâ€“ Saturday and Jan. 20 at 8pm; 2pm matinees Sunday and Jan. 22. 52 W. Sixth St., Santa Rosa. $10â€“$25. 707.523.4185. â€˜Mr. Marmaladeâ€™ runs Thursdayâ€“Sunday through Jan. 23 at Spreckels Performing Arts Center. Thursdayâ€“Saturday at 8pm; Sunday at 5pm. 5409 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park. $10â€“$15. 707.588.3400.
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â€˜Blue Valentineâ€™ a sad look at romantic destiny By Richard von Busack
he mood in Blue Valentine is like the Dave Alvin song â€œFourth of Julyâ€? set to film. Itâ€™s July 3 for a working couple in Scranton, Penn.: Cindy (Michelle Williams) is a nurse married to Dean (Ryan Gosling), a housepainter, who wakes up in his clothes in the living room to find out the family dog is missing. The parents get their five-year-old daughter fed and taken to school while trying not to fight. That evening, Dean has a bad idea: the two of them will head for one of those honeymoon-themed motels in the Poconos for a romantic getaway. As they travel, there are flashbacks showing us the way they met some five or six years previously. Dean was once an aimless kid, working at a moving-van company in Brooklyn. On a job in Pennsylvania, he has a chance encounter with Cindy. She was, at the time, a pre-med student involved with a real alpha-male type named Bobby (Mike Vogel). Dean decides that she is his destiny, and itâ€™s love at first sight. And now they have been married for five years. â€œWelcome to the future,â€? Dean says as they settle down to some serious vodka drinking. Cindy and Dean, on edge already, spend the night in a space-ship-themed vacation room with steel walls, a glowing console and a round rotating bed. The memories come back unbidden, all the way to the hungover dawn. Blue Valentineâ€™s biggest problem is common to films that have been slaved over for a decade, as this one was. Some of the details are still in director Derek Cianfranceâ€™s head. The movieâ€™s shifts of time grind, even with matching shots. We keep wondering where we are in the story now. The performances on the outer rings of the film arenâ€™t as dense as Gosling
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and Williamsâ€™ searching explorations of a troubled marriage. Sylvia Sidney lookalike Jen Jones is memorable as Cindyâ€™s grandmother. Ben Shenkman, playing Cindyâ€™s boss, would have needed three times as much screen time to develop his characterâ€™s motives. That said, Blue Valentineâ€™s main point of view belongs to Cindy, who as the dissatisfied party takes over the film. She wants out of the marriage even as Dean clings to it, and cinema always favors the moving over the still: Deanâ€™s indication that heâ€™s finally made it in life is that he gets to drink beer on the job. What we start to see, thanks to Williamsâ€™ acting, is something bigger than this coupleâ€™s feud, something more like the war of the body and the soul. Williamsâ€™ body has been fixated on by the film writers, and thatâ€™s OK because it popularizes an important tragic film. But thereâ€™s nothing yielding, teasing or popularly erotic about the way Cindy handles Deanâ€™s need for intimacy. So Gosling has tough work as an actor, portraying this man watching the love of his life slip away. His Dean can be childish, or childishly debonair, calling his seething wife a â€œsaucy little minxâ€? as if thatâ€™ll sweeten her temper. Heâ€™s insistent, but so is a drowning person. More than anything, the film clarifies what a terrible thing â€œromantic destinyâ€? would be if it really existed. Problem-wracked as it is, Blue Valentine may prove to be one of the most ambitious films of the year. And as for Williams, she gives a performance that will likely be difficult to top. Blue Valentine opens Jan. 14 at Summerfield Cinemas (551 Summerfield Road, Santa Rosa; 707.522.0719) and is currently playing at Century Regency (80 Smith Ranch Road, San Rafael; 415.479.6496).
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Changeling The world was introduced to pop singer Steve Tyrell in the 1991 film Father of the Bride, singing that oft-played wedding chestnut â€œThe Way You Look Tonightâ€? in his best Sinatra croon. Since, heâ€™s capitalized on the connection with numerous albums of standards affiliated with Olâ€™ Blue Eyes, but the Texas-born vocalist doesnâ€™t seem to have much problem channeling Randy Newman (â€œYouâ€™ve Got a Friend in Meâ€?) or B. J. Thomas (â€œRaindrops Keep Falling on My Headâ€?). See him on Friday, Jan. 14, at the Napa Valley Opera House. 1030 Main St., Napa. 8pm. $35â€“$45. 707.226.7372.
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When was the last time anyone was actually encouraged to bring a knife into a public building? (State of Montana not included.) And yet, here it is, the Sonoma County Master Gardenersâ€™ Grafting Workshop at the Guerneville Library, whose event announcement asks to â€œplease bring a small, sharp knife.â€? Crazy! Grafting, of course, is the process of fusing one limb or branch of a plant to another, used widely by horticulturists, home gardeners and even artists. You canâ€™t really do it without a knife, truth be told, so donâ€™t worry about Homeland Security pinning you to the ground and reading you your rights when you walk through the library doors on Saturday, Jan. 15, at the Guerneville Library. 14107 Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville. 10:30am. Free. 707.565.2608.
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Santa Rosaâ€™s Social Hall since 1922 By Leilani Clark
ast fall, just as Josh Stithem was thinking about ending his series of North Bay Hootenanny concerts to focus on new projects, he received a call from Dave Daher. Daher had a surprising request: he wanted to bring the down-home hootenanny vibe to his Last Day Saloon nightclub, more commonly known for blues, metal and rock acts. Stithem, frontman for foot-stomping folk act the Crux, decided the opportunity to bring his beloved folk styles to a new audience was too tempting to pass up. Stithem has helped to put old-timey, bluegrass and Americana music on the local map by organizing ambitious day-long events at venues across Santa Rosa, including the Boogie Room, a rural barn in the middle of a field; the Arlene Francis Theatre, in a packed 24-band festival last year; and an outdoor block party between Community Market and the Last Record Store. The event at the Last Day Saloon, co-sponsored by local radio station KRSH-FM, proved to be another hit. â€œI felt really good the night of the show,â€? says Stithem, on the phone during a return trip home from New York. â€œThere is really a lot of support in this community for going to see local artists.â€? The North Bay Hootenanny continues its run at the Last Day Saloon with a lineup on Jan. 15 headlined by Brothers Comatose, 2010 NorBay Award winners for Best Country / Americana band. With the popularity of bands like the Devil Makes Three, a punk band gone string, who have played a series of sold-out shows at the Phoenix Theater over the past years, it isnâ€™t shocking that younger crowds are embracing the old-timey, mellower music of the past. Gio Benedetti of Brothers Comatose says heâ€™s â€œtotallyâ€? seen increased interest in roots and bluegrass music while teaching music lessons to teens at the Phoenix
Theater. Benedetti also helped organize the first Hootenanny along with Stithem, and he likens the hootenanny energy to music thatâ€™s played for fun, without the normal pretensions of rock music. â€œItâ€™s about bringing that living-room energy to a larger venue,â€? says Benedetti. â€œWeâ€™ve gotten to play with people whose names are big, and almost 100 percent of the time they are down-to-earth people who are really in love with the music.â€? John Courage, who recently moved back to Santa Rosa after living in New Mexico for a year and half, finds the return refreshing. â€œComing back to see that old-timey music has such a following is mind-boggling,â€? says Courage, giving credit to Stithem for providing a space for the scene to grow. â€œWeâ€™re putting a new twist on it with being young and having modern influences. I think people are finally OK with liking music thatâ€™s not cool. It used to be such a proliferation of screamo and indie rock. It boils down to everybody grew up a little bit.â€? With this latest set of performances, Stithem has renewed passion for the project that he once thought of giving up. Heâ€™s in the early stages of planning a two-day festival, and heâ€™d like to take the Hootenanny back into the streets when the weather warms up a bit. â€œIâ€™m going to find some partner out there who can help have a free public event that people can stumble into,â€? he says. â€œ I want to keep an edge to the event. I have a real community mission, but for the Last Day Saloon, I try to think seasonally. This is a winter show and itâ€™s going to be a loud and hot show for the season. Itâ€™s a big spark, thatâ€™s what this show is.â€? Brothers Comatose, Arann Harris and the Farm Band, John Courage, Brian Fitzpatrick and Mr. December play Saturday, Jan. 15, at the Last Day Saloon. 120 Fifth Street, Santa Rosa. 7:30pm. $10. 707.545.5876.
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