I remember when I was little I was really into science, specifically into black holes. That was the time when the movie Interstellar came out and when I watched it I just loved it! I even came up with a theory but after some googling I discovered that other scientists had already thought about it (and i felt proud because i also came up with a smart theory on my own!)
I was inspired and excited, I wanted to know more about space and black holes and i also wanted to talk about them. So when i was just info dumping my poor dad after watching the movie and when i was proudly telling him about the theory that i myself came up with, independent from scientists, he just asked me if i understood what the movie was about. At first i didn’t get his question, it was about a man finding fantastic way of communicating through time and space! It was about the possible realities of our world, how great it can be! And as i told him this, a bit unsure if i was correct, nevertheless still excited, he told me: well yes, but that all is fiction. It was just there to make story more interesting to look at and enjoyable to watch. The movie was about love, Liz. How love transcends time and space, how human connection transcends time and space. The main point was love, not space.
And let me tell you guys, at that moment i felt like my whole worldview crashed, I stood there and realized that i looked at everything the wrong way. I didn’t see the obvious. I didn’t even care about the individuals in the story because i got so carried away with space and all the possibilities of how our world could function and yeah it was just a movie but still, i felt kinda ashamed because it just showed so much difference between me and my dad and i knew i wasn’t the good one here.
Im glad i info dumped him though, or maybe i would have never heard that the main point is always love, its always about human connections, in life or in film.
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Research for The Cx Trilogy: Alloys and Polymers. The intergenerational ship, Aqaara, is composed primarily of anorthite, a high-grade mineral found in abundance on the moon.
Researching speculative fiction is a wide open thing, all about imagining a future far beyond the here and now. As remarkable as the SpaceX launches have been, they are well short of my vision in The Cx Trilogy of an intergenerational journey to a planet light years away.
Aqaara is constructed in outer space, specifically in the Lagrangian orbit between the moon and Earth, thus eliminating the…
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“a literal heart of darkness.” 🖤
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big moment rn, i’m gifing interstellar for the first time :’)) its like a baby is being born lol
Perfect night : cuddling, some weed and watching interstellar
I migliori film di Christopher Nolan
Christopher Nolan è uno dei registi più famosi degli ultimi anni. I suoi film hanno riscosso un grande successo di pubblico e di critica per le loro trame intricate e molto avvincenti che si dissociano molte volte dagli stereotipi Hollywoodiani.
Vi proponiamo adesso 5 dei suoi film migliori; se non li avete ancora visti, correte a farlo!
INTERSTELLAR (2014)IL CAVALIERE OSCURO (2008)INCEPTION…
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Blog Post #1156, Manipulating Space-Time
Author Jeff W. Horton
February 17, 2021
Technical Discussion: Manipulating Space-Time
Interstellar travel. I’ve often said it, and I continue to say it, we need an exotic, Faster Than Light (FTL) mode of interstellar travel like warp drive, wormholes, etc.; something that side-steps the laws of physics in order to make traveling such vast distances a reality. Humanity’s…