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Wormhole travel across the universe and supergiant black holes are just some of the wonders seen in the film 'Interstellar.'

Interstellar ... I Love Sci Fi

Wormhole travel across the universe and supergiant black holes are just some of the wonders seen in the film 'Interstellar.'

Total Solar Eclipse 2012 by Geoff Sims. Timelapse sequence of the Total Solar Eclipse, taken on 14th November, 2012 from Pormpuraaw, Queensland, Australia. The sequence was shot with a GoPro Hero 2 on timelapse mode with 1 second interval. The video is played back at 24 fps.

Total Solar Eclipse 2012 by Geoff Sims. Timelapse sequence of the Total Solar Eclipse, taken on 14th November, 2012 from Pormpuraaw, Queensland, Australia. The sequence was shot with a GoPro Hero 2 on timelapse mode with 1 second interval. The video is played back at 24 fps.

Humbling when you think how small you actually are. Makes me realize something is far greater than Myself.

Humbling when you think how small you actually are. Makes me realize something is far greater than Myself.

Scientists puzzled for decades as to why their equations did not explain the observed universe and why the infinitesimally small scale did not match the astronomically large universe ? Then then factored in Dark matter and it's polar opposite Dark energy and then computer simulations make sense BUT it's all theory, since Dark material cannot be observed but its effect on visible celestial bodies confirm their existence through billions of pieces of data extrapolated by astronomers number…

Scientists puzzled for decades as to why their equations did not explain the observed universe and why the infinitesimally small scale did not match the astronomically large universe ? Then then factored in Dark matter and it's polar opposite Dark energy and then computer simulations make sense BUT it's all theory, since Dark material cannot be observed but its effect on visible celestial bodies confirm their existence through billions of pieces of data extrapolated by astronomers number…

The Big Bang Theory I love science and astronomy. But when asking an atheist about the BBT and where did the matter for the universe come from he said it was always there. So you can't believe God has always been there but a super compressed bit of matter was and just decided to expand when it did. OK yeah right. I choose to believe in God. To understand God you need to know it was simple for him to create it all. That's what makes God, God.

The Big Bang Theory I love science and astronomy. But when asking an atheist about the BBT and where did the matter for the universe come from he said it was always there. So you can't believe God has always been there but a super compressed bit of matter was and just decided to expand when it did. OK yeah right. I choose to believe in God. To understand God you need to know it was simple for him to create it all. That's what makes God, God.

Interstellar: black holes, wormholes and  “the warped side of the universe”—curved spacetime, holes in the fabric of reality, how gravity bends light.   black holes. For example, their gravity is so strong that they bend the fabric of the universe. Einstein explained this: The more massive something is, the more gravity it produces. Objects like stars and black holes do this so powerfully that they actually bend light and pull space and time with it.

How Building a Black Hole for Interstellar Led to an Amazing Scientific Discovery

Interstellar: black holes, wormholes and “the warped side of the universe”—curved spacetime, holes in the fabric of reality, how gravity bends light. black holes. For example, their gravity is so strong that they bend the fabric of the universe. Einstein explained this: The more massive something is, the more gravity it produces. Objects like stars and black holes do this so powerfully that they actually bend light and pull space and time with it.

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