Big Bang Cosmology: Going Down a Black Hole?

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Big Bang Cosmology: Going Down a Black Hole?

Unread post by davesmith_au » Sat Mar 15, 2008 8:13 pm

08/01/20 ~ Michael Goodspeed

It must be difficult for young people today to comprehend the wonder with which humankind once regarded space exploration. Most kids have spent their lives soaking up CGI special effects in Hi-Def and surround sound, so a routine Space Shuttle launch in the real world can't seem too impressive. Even worse, Sci-Fi movies with cosmic themes have been almost universally poor since at least the mid-1980's. "Incidental" filmmaking nuances like character development, dialog and psychological truth are eschewed in favor of hyper-kinetic special effects and ultra-violence. Whereas filmmakers Kubrick, Lucas, and Spielberg once made us ponder what it means to be human, Michael Bay makes us wonder WHY human beings exist... [more...]
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