Neil deGrasse Tyson
(Business Insider) Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the science behind the ending of "Interstellar"
Warning: This video contains spoilers!
November 19, 2014 9:20PM (UTC)
Regardless of your feelings about Christopher Nolan's
"Interstellar," there's no denying that it dabbles in some pretty interesting scientific ideas. ( A strophysicist Kipp Thorne did help Nolan make the film, after all.)
Though some of the science is
"laughably wrong," Neil deGrasse Tyson is able to use science to explain the ending. Tyson has already given the movie a spontaneous Twitter review, and examined nine remaining mysteries from the film.
In a video from
Business Insider Tyson explains black holes, dimensions, time and "Interstellar." Beware, there are spoilers. Watch below:
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