The Principle

Dear Patron,

Finally, The Principle movie is complete (except for some color correction, sound mixing, etc). On Monday, December 9, you can view the first six minutes of The Principle by going to this link and typing in your password.

It will also be availble on Twitter:

The actual movie, The Principle, is scheduled for release in a theater near you in early 2014. It is a 90-minute documentary on the new evidence from modern cosmology that challenges the foundation of modernity – the Copernican Principle — that neither we on Earth are special or occupy a special place in the universe. In this six-minute opening you will recognize the familiar voice of Kate Mulgrew, our narrator. Mrs. Mulgrew is a four-decade veteran of stage and screen, one of her most famous roles was Captain Janeway on Star Trek Voyager. Our high-tech graphics were created by BUF Compaigne of Paris, France, the company that did the graphics for Life of Pi which won the Academy Award in 2012. Special effects for The Principle were created by SaintsLA. Music for The Principle was composed and orchestrated by Richard Robson, with our theme song sung by Jes Brieden. The Principle also stars some of the top scientists in the world today, such as Max Tegmark, Michio Kaku, Lawrence Krauss, Julian Barbour, George F. R. Ellis, Bernard Carr, along with others from an opposing viewpoint such as John Hartnett, John Byl, Martin Selbrede, Robert Bennett, Ronald Hatch, and Robert Sungenis. The Producers of The Principle are Richard K. Delano and Jeffrey C. Foy. The director is Katheryne Thomas. Executive Producer is Robert Sungenis. The Principle will be followed immediately by a longer and more technical movie only for DVD, titled, Journey to the Center of the Universe. After watching this 6-minute opening, please write back and tell us what you think of it so far. Write to or leave a comment on this site.

1 comment:

  1. I strongly encourage anyone who is ready, willing, and able to promote this tremendously important movie to do so by going to and signing on to help out. There you will be able to become an effective member of a well coordinated effort to make better known this coming super blockbuster (and truly historical!) scientific documentary.

    This is all completely voluntary and the amount of time you put into helping out will be completely up to you. There is absolutely no requirement of any knowledge of science to be able to assist and assist in a most efficacious manner in this grand effort. Please do consider coming on board! It is a most noble and worthwhile venture and it is really a privilege to be a part of the "official" team helping to carry it out.

    James B. Phillips