What is your interpretation of the ending? SPOILERS AHEAD

Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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arturhoo wrote:The one thing that I couldn't understand is how Dr Brand remained the same age in the ending shot, despite the colony having evolved by at least one generation: we seen a handful of houses that reminds me of old wild west cities. Or did she build all of that for a few hundred embryos?
Well, I believe she had CASE? Perhaps some others as well. One of those structures was a 'greenhouse', If I remember correctly. She's set up a camp not unlike Kevin Costner's character in Dances with Wolves. A little expansive, and ready for what may come.. and that is additional people, I'm quite sure. But perhaps they're not there yet and the embryos are now developing? That part I don't know but there's plenty of possibilities.

With all the juxtaposition of time, It's hard to say that ending shot was realtime with what Cooper was doing as he snuck out of the station. With Nolan, that doesn't surprise me at all.

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As was pointed out on another website, was there a reason the future humans didn't just send the gravity equation's solution directly to Dr. Brand?

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UnknownVariation wrote:As was pointed out on another website, was there a reason the future humans didn't just send the gravity equation's solution directly to Dr. Brand?
It needed to be Cooper. Love is a tangible entity and it could only be done with Cooper in the tesseract giving it to Murph.

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Got this from another forum

It shows the timeline of events in interstellar, down to each character.

http://i.imgur.com/MgwWMFU.jpg

oh it appears it was actually created by stoifics42 from this very forum. lol

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BETA. wrote:Got this from another forum

It shows the timeline of events in interstellar, down to each character.

http://i.imgur.com/MgwWMFU.jpg
Great! Yeah, I was wondering if there was going to be some infographics for this film as well; there are tons for Inception. Well I don't mind exposition I'm definitely a more visual learner...
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BETA. wrote:Got this from another forum

It shows the timeline of events in interstellar, down to each character.

http://i.imgur.com/MgwWMFU.jpg

oh it appears it was actually created by stoifics42 from this very forum. lol
The reposts came full circle. :lol:

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stoifics42 wrote:
BETA. wrote:Got this from another forum

It shows the timeline of events in interstellar, down to each character.

http://i.imgur.com/MgwWMFU.jpg

oh it appears it was actually created by stoifics42 from this very forum. lol
The reposts came full circle. :lol:
You, mister, deserve some applause.

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stoifics42 wrote:
BETA. wrote:Got this from another forum

It shows the timeline of events in interstellar, down to each character.

http://i.imgur.com/MgwWMFU.jpg

oh it appears it was actually created by stoifics42 from this very forum. lol
The reposts came full circle. :lol:
you have done a great job, sir

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Just did a Google search for other info-graphics and found this as well which might be helpful in explaining some stuff to those of us less aware of the astrophysics at play or if some of the exposition flew by too fast... :shifty:

http://www.space.com/27692-science-of-i ... aphic.html

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lcbaseball22 wrote:Just did a Google search for other info-graphics and found this as well which might be helpful in explaining some stuff to those of us less aware of the astrophysics at play or if some of the exposition flew by too fast... :shifty:

http://www.space.com/27692-science-of-i ... aphic.html
Gargantua, a fictional supermassive black hole with a mass 100 million times that of the sun. It lies 10 billion light-years from Earth and is orbited by several planets. Gargantua rotates at an astounding 99.8 percent of the speed of light.

The film's wormhole is 1.25 miles (2 kilometers) in diameter and 10 billion light-years long.
Where did they get those figures from? Are those the canon values now?

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