Zach and Stephen went to see Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar (different days, times, etc.) and their minds are so filled with questions and reactions that the duo sat down to record their thoughts about the film.

A team of explorers travel through a wormhole in an attempt to find a potentially habitable planet that will sustain humanity.

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  1. Michael Woolls on

    I finally watched interstellar and I finally got to listen to this podcast too. I liked the movie and I caught the 2001 space odyssey connections even though I never saw it, but I thought it was mere references and didn’t know they had so many connections. This is one of the few scifi movies were I bought the science, until near the end where it got a bit crazy, which is pretty hard for a movie to do since I am on my way to get a PhD in physics. I liked how you actually knew some of the science too. Few people actually understand time dilation occurs when objects move near the speed of light. Though I believe in the movie the time dilation occurred not because of speed but because of high amounts of gravity warping space time. I think even fewer people know about white holes. Though in our current understanding they don’t exist since if they did they would be the brightest objects in the sky. At the end when you were talking about quantum entanglement I wasn’t 100% sure what you were meaning. It sounded a lot like a thought experiment where if a pion decays into two spin 1/2 particles in opposite directions you could measure the spin of one and instantly know the spin of the other since spin must be conserved. This was used to prove Bell’s inequality and disprove some of Einstein’s thoughts on quantum mechanics though sadly we can’t send information this way. If this was not what you were talking about I would love to hear more about what you were talking about. I love all the shows you guys make. Keep up the awesome work.

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