The story is about a man who calls himself "micromike" (written as µmike), a philosopher who sold all his possessions and lived for years in a cave on the territory of the Los Alamos National Lab in New Mexico, the birthplace of nuclear weapons.
micromike champions peace and freedom in a town known for war and secrecy. A Vietnam vet, µmike also survived personal tragedy that came with the death of his son and dedicated himself to spreading his model of universal interconnectedness called "Gravionics." This model attempts to unite science and spirituality.
Our film also features conversations with an intriguing group of top physicists and philosophers, exploring questions that stem from micromike's work. We probe the purpose of science and philosophy and investigate our ideals as a society, where brawn has generally been celebrated over brain.
As micromike says, "there are particles in my body that were made on Mars." Everything is part of everything and what you do affects others both physically and spiritually. Our film is an example of that philosophy in its sheer existence.