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Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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I didn't read all of that piece with Neil deGrasse Tyson for fear of coming across spoilers, but the little I skimmed through it he seemed to be much less harsh than he was with Gravity last year. So I suppose that is a good thing.

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HorrorBiz wrote:I didn't read all of that piece with Neil deGrasse Tyson for fear of coming across spoilers, but the little I skimmed through it he seemed to be much less harsh than he was with Gravity last year. So I suppose that is a good thing.
Yes he liked how science was depicted and that they got the facts straight before playing with them. I bet he loved the pro science aspects of the film. The fact that he is having Nolan on StarTalk radio is a great sign. Im sure he'll tweet about it.

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When's Nolan gonna be on his show? That's great.

Oh never mind, I see it doesn't say specifically.

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HorrorBiz wrote:I didn't read all of that piece with Neil deGrasse Tyson for fear of coming across spoilers, but the little I skimmed through it he seemed to be much less harsh than he was with Gravity last year. So I suppose that is a good thing.
Oh he liked it, he appreciated it very much, I'm really happy about it because Dr. DeGrasse Tyson is one my favority science promoters, I think that Prof. Hawkins also liked it, I'd like to know what Dr. Michio Kaku thinks of the film too.

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I wish Carl Sagan could have the chance to see this film in place of the multitude of slovenly morons who won't appreciate it.

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NDT loving it is great news for me I love the guy.

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HorrorBiz wrote:I didn't read all of that piece with Neil deGrasse Tyson for fear of coming across spoilers, but the little I skimmed through it he seemed to be much less harsh than he was with Gravity last year. So I suppose that is a good thing.
Oh he liked it, he appreciated it very much, I'm really happy about it because Dr. DeGrasse Tyson is one my favority science promoters, I think that Prof. Hawkins also liked it, I'd like to know what Dr. Michio Kaku thinks of the film too.
Nevermind, found this: http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/man-wears ... on-flight/ Michio Kaku likes it too!

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the end of that article says Nolan's also gonna be on Star Talk a Radio with NDT

that should be amazing

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