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While I am not qualified to answer these questions on theoretical physics, I believe that the words said by a wise man could be the key:
1) How did he and the robot escape the black hole? Which, BTW, the chances of him being found floating in space like that were infinitesimal.
Who said those words?
If you want to enjoy a movie you have to allow something called "suspension of disbelief". Without that there is a good chance you won't enjoy it. So just go with it and don't fight it. It gets stuff wrong, yes, but it is just a movie designed to entertain. It's not designed to teach. It is not a documentary. It is not a lecture class from university.
Seems that we actually have an ontological paradox here.
|01 Aug 2015, 05:02||
Hehe, I did enjoy the movie. But those questions were not addressed in the movie. Even if it had a cursory bit of bullshit sci-fi with some made up reasons that would have been nice. At least then I would know they recognised the problems and took some steps to mitigate them.
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