Kira Alix Lynx was left at the alter by her fiance. Her best friend helps her escape from the embarrassment. She falls in love again. This feature for Wicked Pictures' Passions sub-label is a genuine romance than refuses to conform to 21st Century norms of what porno fans want to see.
Alix Lynx is a vulnerable heroine, seen on the day before her marriage to a Hollywood star played by Robby Echo. Opening scene has them humping away in the venerable "Immoral Proposal" mansion, it making a fitting backdrop for their "can't wait until wedding night' sexual enthusiasm.
I thought this would become a rom-com, but Stormy's script carefully leaves out the com, instead empathizing with the young lady's plight. Echo gets cold feet and skips out on her before the morning of the big day, leaving Alix with wedding guests in the lurch and humiliation her present. Fly in the ointment is Lucas's war veteran brother Damon Dice, who is Debby Downer following the car accident death of his wife, leading to a satisfying soap opera coupling with our heroine by film's end.
Stormy likes to include grand gestures, unafraid to recycle Hollywood cliches but instead celebrating them. She gives herself the small role of the bad guy, as Alix's older sister who sells her out for a few bucks to be hounded by the paparazzi.
And the film's climax is staged in the rain as the lovers Dice and Lynx finally consummate their "love at first sight" romance. The ladies' acting is terrific, and my affection for Alexa Grace had me rooting for her to switch roles with Alix, so sympathetic is she in support. The guys are less convincing, a result of a diminished talent pool in porn these days, where most of the studs are unfamiliar with reading lines or building characterizations in a world of gonzo. Sign In.
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As far as models go, we can correlate the present universe "layout" and structure with models of the primordial abundance of particles, at least to some good approximation. We are limited to observations of what might be a small part of the universe, because of cosmic expansion. We don't know what Dark Matter is composed of.
We don't know from what source dark energy emerges nor why The First Moment Cosmological Constant is different from predictions by a very large degree. We don't know what caused the commencement of The First Moment universe nor why it had such a Low Entropy Value low entropy value.
Stephen Hawking gave a lecture exploring the beginning of time. He points out that the apparent focusing of our past light cone our universal history down to a single point, implies that the Universe or at least our part of it must have had a beginning. However, there's a singularity at the point. The laws of physics don't work there.
Maybe space-time emerged there, but as time in General Relativity does not exist without space, is it reasonable to say that there was a first moment of time, with no space to contain it, or a first point of space, with no time to define it? At the singularity, "before" and "after" have no meaning, as our notions of space and time cease to work. IMO, it would require a leap of faith to postulate a first moment of time without an understandable point of space to define time.
If the emergence of space-time can't be definitively described using the laws of physics, it seems unreasonable IMO to assume there was a first moment of time there. Hawking hypothesized a no-boundary condition in which the singularity does not appear.
Instead, he proposed an imaginary time not bound by past and future, but nevertheless part of space. He and James Hartle proposed that space and imaginary time are finite in extent, but without boundary. Rather, the universe, and time itself, had a beginning in the Big Bang, The First Moment 15 billion years ago.
The First Moment beginning of real time, would have been a singularity, at which the laws of physics would have broken down. Nevertheless, the way the universe began would have been determined by the laws of physics, if the universe satisfied the no boundary condition. He concludes that " There is certain early time in the history of the universe when both the quantum and general relativity are critical to understanding the situation. And since no one currently knows how to combine these two theories, it means there is a very early time in the history of the universe that is entirely mysterious.
There may be one thing we can ponder a little: Both general relativity and quantum theories have something to say about the relationship between energy and time. In general relativity, the structure of space and time are distorted and mixed by the presence of energy.
In quantum theories, there is an energy-time uncertainty relationship, the more precisely one knows the time of an event, the less precisely one knows the energy. It's not hard to guess that these two ideas, both dealing with time and energy, might have some interesting interactions in the extreme environment of the earliest momentum of the universe. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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