Liu Ming, a feng shui teacher in Oakland, CA, lives in a loft inside a warehouse in Oakland, California. But he spends much of his time—working, sleeping, meditating—inside a steel and plywood cube that sits on wheels in the middle of his loft. Why? Because, he says, it's good feng shui.
When you're cruising across the galaxy at faster-than-light speeds and battling super-intelligent crystaline beings, the slightest mistake can spell disaster. So it's vital to have good feng shui on your starship's bridge. Just look at this flight deck from the movie Red Planet: cramped, ugly and angular, with no way…
Motorola's patent application for a Feng Shui measuring phone leaves us drinking our two-week-too-old milk in hopes that it will spurt us back into the real world. Alas, it's not to be.