By now, you may have seen the trailer for Interstellar, the latest science fiction film from Christopher Nolan, the director of such classics as Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. The film is an outer space adventure that focuses on the science of time and space travel. If you are a fan of sci-fi films, this is an excellent choice for a movie marathon or at least a special viewing.
Part story of the series and part of a trilogy, Interstellar features tough action scenes, logical plot twists, and a tight emotional storyline. You'll be looking forward to the next film in the series as soon as the first one ends. To help you catch up with the movie, here is an overview of the science behind the plot of the movie.
This sci-fi film falls into the category of science fiction featuring scientific theories and hypotheses. The idea is to explain how human beings will one day travel through time and space. The idea is simple: what happens when we are able to travel faster than the speed of light?
The laws of physics would seem to say that it should be impossible to do so since it would take an infinite amount of time to make the trip. However, there is one exception to this rule. It is possible to travel to another star system before you arrive at your destination. In this case, the "time" you are traveling through will be in a bubble around your destination where time moves backwards.
There is also the notion that time can be compressed into a smaller area of time. There is a theory that time can be compressed into the same area of space as a small white light. This helps explain how space travel works since the space and time are condensed into a tiny bubble that is only a few millimeters in diameter.
The theory suggests that the human body is not able to hold space and time at the same time. So what happens is that the human body might move forward in time while at the same time, it may move backward into the space it was in when it left the body. The body cannot stay in the same spot for too long without moving.
As you may already know, this all seems like an apparent paradox. There is an explanation for why time and space don't seem to work together like they should. This is because of relativity and time and space don't really interact like we think they do.
The entire film takes place in a few seconds, but it doesn't feel like that at all. You might wonder if the time and space are the main plot points of the film or if it's just one big coincidence. Interstellar does indeed seem to contain multiple plot lines and branches which make it a very interesting and entertaining science fiction film.