22:14 - Erik M. Loads of scientific inaccuracies? Funny how you claim to know better than someone such as Kip Thorne. Scientifically the movie is pretty damn correct.
22:12 - 3rdWorld @Erik Indeed, I am not getting it, PM me.
22:12 - moonflash Interstellar was nice, but there are loads of scientific inaccuracies in it. The concept of wormholes is explored quite effectively though and I read somewhere that the blackhole imagery was an actual scientific simulation
22:09 - Erik M. You're missing my point, due to possible spoilers, I think. I'm aguing it's a paradox... if you still don't know what I mean I'll PM you.
22:07 - 3rdWorld Haha, thats correct as much as I've read wormholes dont just appear somewhere in the space but I believe it can created or build from some kind of immense force. And in the movie's case Beings of higher order dimensions.
22:05 - Erik M. I'm not talking about wormholes being possible or not, I know it's theoretically possible. I'm talking about WHO put the wormhole there and why it might be a plot hole (considering you know who put it there).
22:03 - 3rdWorld Wormholes are theoretically very probable stuff. Folding a piece of paper in which a 1dimensional being has to pass through the entire paper to go to an end but we can fold it and create shortcuts. Apply the same to 3d space