Film Review: Interstellar

Sometimes, science and scientific concepts make for great story hooks. Time Dilation – the idea that as you approach the speed of light, time slows down for you while moving normally for everyone else – is one of those concepts. One of the few high points of Flight of the Navigator was how it used time dilation to create pathos with the main character’s family having out-aged him. Makoto Shinkai’s Voices of a Distant Star did it with a couple being separated by not only distance, but time (a theme that would carry over to much of Shinkai’s other work). Interstellar does this with a parent and child. Continue reading → Film Review: Interstellar


Book Review – Rendezvous With Rama


Arthur C Clarke in his home office in Sri Lanka
Arthur C Clarke in his home office in Sri Lanka (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


This week I’m taking a look at Arthur C. Clarke‘s classic SF novel, Rendezvous With Rama.


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