Title of an album released in 1999 by San Francisco-based post-rock group Tarentel on the Temporary Residence Limited label.

A reference to 2001: A Space Odyssey, in which the viewer is transported from the Dawn of Man prologue into the future setting of the remainder of the film through a strong associative cut from a spinning, airborne animal bone to an orbiting space vehicle. The cut conveys the movement of man through evolutionary progress to technological development, and is only one of the many visual examples of Kubrick's examination of intelligence in the film.

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