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Anaconda, Apple, and Batman: Christian Bale weight loss and weight gain On the left is Christian Bale in the 2004 film The Machinist- the film he did before being cast as Batman in Batman Begins. Check out (The Machinist) if you get a chance. It's one of Bale's best performances. He took up smoking to help curb his appetite when he was crash-dieting for The Machinist. He wanted to drop down to 100 pounds, but the director said no out of fear that his health could be in too much jeopardy. Bale drank one cup of black unsweetened coffee, and ate one can of tuna or one apple each day- for 4 months prior to filming. On the DVD featurette, he said he found that his weakened condition caused problems such as having trouble running because he litterally had no leg muscles left. He then started eating both the apple & tuna on days he would be shooting a phyhical scene. His 63-pound weight loss is one of the most drastic for any actor-actress in film history. Director (Brad Anderson) had planned on using some CGI to thin Bale out and was shocked & impressed when he saw Bale's appearance on the first day of shooting knowing he wouldn't need CGI. After Bale was cast as Bruce Wayne-Batman, he was told to get as big as possible. Bale underwent a 6 month dietary and exercise regimen and ended up weighing about 220 pounds- 40 pounds above his normal weight, and 100 pounds from what he weighed in The Machinist. It was decided that Bale had become too large. Friends of his and some of the film crew dubbed him "Fatman". He quickly shed about 20 pounds to have a leaner, more muscular frame. Bale described the experience as an unbearable physical ordeal ☆ BatmanBegins ChristianBale ChristopherNolan ChrisNolan Nolanverse TheBatman BruceWayne GothamCity TheMachinist BradAnderson TrevorReznik TheDarkKnight DarkKnight TheDarkKnightRises DarkKnightRises TDK TDKR DcMovies DcFilms DcMovie DcFilm DcComics DcMultiverse DcComicsFan CapedCrusader TheCapedCrusader DcFans DcComicsUniverse DcComicsUnited DcUniverse
Anaconda, Apple, and Batman: Christian Bale weight loss
 and weight gain
On the left is Christian Bale in the 2004 film The Machinist- the film he did before being cast as Batman in Batman Begins. Check out (The Machinist) if you get a chance. It's one of Bale's best performances. He took up smoking to help curb his appetite when he was crash-dieting for The Machinist. He wanted to drop down to 100 pounds, but the director said no out of fear that his health could be in too much jeopardy. Bale drank one cup of black unsweetened coffee, and ate one can of tuna or one apple each day- for 4 months prior to filming. On the DVD featurette, he said he found that his weakened condition caused problems such as having trouble running because he litterally had no leg muscles left. He then started eating both the apple & tuna on days he would be shooting a phyhical scene. His 63-pound weight loss is one of the most drastic for any actor-actress in film history. Director (Brad Anderson) had planned on using some CGI to thin Bale out and was shocked & impressed when he saw Bale's appearance on the first day of shooting knowing he wouldn't need CGI. After Bale was cast as Bruce Wayne-Batman, he was told to get as big as possible. Bale underwent a 6 month dietary and exercise regimen and ended up weighing about 220 pounds- 40 pounds above his normal weight, and 100 pounds from what he weighed in The Machinist. It was decided that Bale had become too large. Friends of his and some of the film crew dubbed him "Fatman". He quickly shed about 20 pounds to have a leaner, more muscular frame. Bale described the experience as an unbearable physical ordeal ☆ BatmanBegins ChristianBale ChristopherNolan ChrisNolan Nolanverse TheBatman BruceWayne GothamCity TheMachinist BradAnderson TrevorReznik TheDarkKnight DarkKnight TheDarkKnightRises DarkKnightRises TDK TDKR DcMovies DcFilms DcMovie DcFilm DcComics DcMultiverse DcComicsFan CapedCrusader TheCapedCrusader DcFans DcComicsUniverse DcComicsUnited DcUniverse

On the left is Christian Bale in the 2004 film The Machinist- the film he did before being cast as Batman in Batman Begins. Check out (The M...

Arguing, Energy, and Internet: Scientists Now Believe the Universe Itself May Be Conscious JUNE 28, 2017 AT 7:56 PM The Anti-Media/ Jake Anderson You don’t have to look far to find outlandish theories on the nature of the cosmos and human consciousness. These days, notions once relegated to sciencefiction are finding their way into esoteric academic journals, and from there, into mainstream discourse. One example of this is the Simulation Argument ( HolographicUniverse), recently championed by ElonMusk; another is ‘ timecrystals,’ a tantalizing non-linear phase of matter. The newest symphony of mind jazz being broadcast across the Internet posits new ideas about the embattled theory of “panpsychism,” or the belief that mind is a fundamental property of the physical universe and is imbued into all states of matter. A new paper, published by physicist Gregory Matloff, has brought the idea back into scientific discussions, promising experimental tests that could “validate or falsify” the concept of a ubiquitous “proto-consciousness field.” Matloff also pushes the controversial idea of volitional stars, suggesting there is actually evidence that stars control their own galactic paths. As absurd as the theory sounds, it has several prominent adherents, including British theoretical physicist Sir Roger Penrose, who introduced panpsychism three decades ago. Penrose believed consciousness arises from the properties of quantumentanglement. He and anesthesiologist Stuart Hameroff authored the Orchestrated Objective Reduction (Orch-OR) hypothesis, which asserts, among other things, that consciousness results from quantum vibrations inside microtubules. In 2006, German physicist Bernard Haisch took the idea further and proposed that consciousness arises within a “quantum vacuum” any time there is a significantly advanced system through which energy flows. Neuroscientist Christof Koch, another proponent of panpsychism, approaches it from a different angle, using integrated information theory to argue that consciousness is not unique to biological organisms. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾
Arguing, Energy, and Internet: Scientists Now Believe the
 Universe Itself May Be Conscious
 JUNE 28, 2017 AT 7:56 PM
 The Anti-Media/ Jake Anderson
You don’t have to look far to find outlandish theories on the nature of the cosmos and human consciousness. These days, notions once relegated to sciencefiction are finding their way into esoteric academic journals, and from there, into mainstream discourse. One example of this is the Simulation Argument ( HolographicUniverse), recently championed by ElonMusk; another is ‘ timecrystals,’ a tantalizing non-linear phase of matter. The newest symphony of mind jazz being broadcast across the Internet posits new ideas about the embattled theory of “panpsychism,” or the belief that mind is a fundamental property of the physical universe and is imbued into all states of matter. A new paper, published by physicist Gregory Matloff, has brought the idea back into scientific discussions, promising experimental tests that could “validate or falsify” the concept of a ubiquitous “proto-consciousness field.” Matloff also pushes the controversial idea of volitional stars, suggesting there is actually evidence that stars control their own galactic paths. As absurd as the theory sounds, it has several prominent adherents, including British theoretical physicist Sir Roger Penrose, who introduced panpsychism three decades ago. Penrose believed consciousness arises from the properties of quantumentanglement. He and anesthesiologist Stuart Hameroff authored the Orchestrated Objective Reduction (Orch-OR) hypothesis, which asserts, among other things, that consciousness results from quantum vibrations inside microtubules. In 2006, German physicist Bernard Haisch took the idea further and proposed that consciousness arises within a “quantum vacuum” any time there is a significantly advanced system through which energy flows. Neuroscientist Christof Koch, another proponent of panpsychism, approaches it from a different angle, using integrated information theory to argue that consciousness is not unique to biological organisms. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾

You don’t have to look far to find outlandish theories on the nature of the cosmos and human consciousness. These days, notions once relegat...

Barcelona, Beijing, and Chelsea: PAPO DE BOLEIROS JR VOCE SABIA? DOS 500 JOGADORES MAIS IMPORTANTES DO MUNDO LISTADO PELA REVISTA WOLRD SOCCER 41 SÃO BRASILEIRAO. DE BO Uma das revistas mais conceituadas do mundo listou os 500 jogadores mais importantes da última temporada. Confira os 41 brasileiros escalado pela revista: Alex Teixeira (Jiangsu Suning-CHN) ​Casemiro (Real Madrid-ESP) David Luiz (Chelsea-ING) Diego (Flamengo-BRA) Diego Alves (Valencia-ESP) Diego Souza (Sport-BRA) Douglas Costa (Bayern de Munique-ALE) Dudu (Palmeiras-BRA) Eric (Feyenoord-HOL) Fabinho (Monaco-FRA) Ederson (Benfica-POR) Felipe Anderson (Lazio-ITA) Felipe Melo (Palmeiras-BRA) Fernadinho (Manchester City-ING) Filipe Luis (Atlético de Madrid-ESP) Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City-ING) Jonas (Benfica-POR) Hulk (Shanghai-CHN) Leandro (Vissel Kobe-JAP) Luan (Grêmio-BRA) Lucas Lima (Santos-BRA) Luiz Araújo (São Paulo-BRA) Malcom (Bordeaux-FRA) Marçal (Benfica-POR) Marcelo (Real Madrid-ESP) Miranda (Internazionale-ITA) Neymar (Barcelona-ESP) Paulinho (Guangzouh Evergrande-CHN) Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool-ING) Renato Augusto (Beijing Guoan-CHN) Ricardo Goulart (Guangzouh Evergrande -CHN) Roberto Firmino (Liverpool-ING) Rodrigo Caio (São Paulo-BRA) Seba (Olimpiakos-GRE) Talisca (Besiktas-TUR) Tche Tche (Palmeiras-BRA) Thiago Maia (Santos-BRA) Thiago Silva (Paris Saint-Germain) Vinicius Juniors (Flamengo-BRA) William Pottker (Ponte Preta-BRA) Willian (Chelsea-ING)
Barcelona, Beijing, and Chelsea: PAPO DE BOLEIROS
 JR
 VOCE SABIA?
 DOS 500 JOGADORES MAIS IMPORTANTES DO
 MUNDO LISTADO PELA REVISTA WOLRD SOCCER
 41 SÃO BRASILEIRAO.
 DE BO
Uma das revistas mais conceituadas do mundo listou os 500 jogadores mais importantes da última temporada. Confira os 41 brasileiros escalado pela revista: Alex Teixeira (Jiangsu Suning-CHN) ​Casemiro (Real Madrid-ESP) David Luiz (Chelsea-ING) Diego (Flamengo-BRA) Diego Alves (Valencia-ESP) Diego Souza (Sport-BRA) Douglas Costa (Bayern de Munique-ALE) Dudu (Palmeiras-BRA) Eric (Feyenoord-HOL) Fabinho (Monaco-FRA) Ederson (Benfica-POR) Felipe Anderson (Lazio-ITA) Felipe Melo (Palmeiras-BRA) Fernadinho (Manchester City-ING) Filipe Luis (Atlético de Madrid-ESP) Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City-ING) Jonas (Benfica-POR) Hulk (Shanghai-CHN) Leandro (Vissel Kobe-JAP) Luan (Grêmio-BRA) Lucas Lima (Santos-BRA) Luiz Araújo (São Paulo-BRA) Malcom (Bordeaux-FRA) Marçal (Benfica-POR) Marcelo (Real Madrid-ESP) Miranda (Internazionale-ITA) Neymar (Barcelona-ESP) Paulinho (Guangzouh Evergrande-CHN) Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool-ING) Renato Augusto (Beijing Guoan-CHN) Ricardo Goulart (Guangzouh Evergrande -CHN) Roberto Firmino (Liverpool-ING) Rodrigo Caio (São Paulo-BRA) Seba (Olimpiakos-GRE) Talisca (Besiktas-TUR) Tche Tche (Palmeiras-BRA) Thiago Maia (Santos-BRA) Thiago Silva (Paris Saint-Germain) Vinicius Juniors (Flamengo-BRA) William Pottker (Ponte Preta-BRA) Willian (Chelsea-ING)

Uma das revistas mais conceituadas do mundo listou os 500 jogadores mais importantes da última temporada. Confira os 41 brasileiros escalado...