If the familiar premise is familiar, what makes Body Heat so very unique is how the film details its trajectory. Body Heat explores the question of where desire could lead: to an island paradise, to a world of pain, to a futuristic utopia and, ultimately, to a sensual paradise in which love is above all.
What Body Heat finally achieved was to embrace these different pleasures of cinematic desire to present a kaleidoscope of time and space. It drew on past conventions as they are expressed differently in different eras, but put them together in a way that allowed it to be both timeless and eternally contemporary.
The Soviet fairy tale, which had been around for centuries in all of its traditional forms, developed and changed to reflect changing Soviet and world realities. The nature of communism and capitalism changed dramatically, which meant the oral folklore had to be updated, transformed and rebroadcast. That requirement was enforced under the Soviets for all forms of literature, from the uncomplicated and innocuous (including nursery rhymes) to the unrhymed and avowedly revolutionary forms. The Soviets were quite aware of what they were up against. The story was written down in 1924 by Nikolai Ostrovskii, who drew on the legendary Brezhnev and Voroshilov. The story, even when told in mundane terms, was full of romance and terror. Any everyday Soviet faced with a spaceship of unknown origin under the influence of an alien, returning the body of a dead comrade, who had been alone on Earth for many years, was terrified. That atmosphere permeated my work, given by the Soviet Underground as a child. At every festival, for instance, it would be obligatory to present a fairy tale. In such festivals, I was constantly struck by the effect they had on people; not least, by the fact that it was always a story about space. I do not remember if it was also about feminism. If it was, it was also the kind of traditional fairy tale that the Soviets had developed and maintained for centuries. It was the kind of story about an evil princess and the hero who defeats her, the representative of an authoritarian society, who resists evil but ultimately sacrifices himself. I refused to tell any story of this kind, one which destroyed its hero, and which was not about love.
When he first read about the work of Isaac Asimov, Henrik Bejan said, „I felt that I was in the presence of a genius. It was his work that made me want to be a scientist. ” Fortunately for the rest of us, Bejan studied physics and engineering and was accepted into Harvard to do his doctoral research in be-ha-viour engineering. His work was primarily on the dynamics of movement in living organisms, largely the flow and interaction of fluids in the body. His early experimental work used sieves to study the movement of mud and sand. Then he immersed animals (including rats) in these sieves and observed the unexpected flow patterns under gravity. For example, beavers neatly created their own dams by starting at the downstream end and building up. Very few animals had previously been observed to do this.
Associate Professor Deming Soop, one of the world leaders in heat-related illness, is pushing hard for health improvements for people who work in indoor spaces. He and colleagues have developed and are making available the world’s first digital heat illness prevention program. Computer and mobile device technologies are now being used to improve health for people working in the cold or hot, in offices, factories, kitchens, and wherever else people congregate indoors. The system at the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Stirling in Scotland, uses unique software within mobile devices to measure skin and blood flow. This information is analysed to identify any changes that might cause discomfort. Heat illness illness could be improved by such systems.
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