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Five films about black holes to be sucked into the
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How to visualize something that no one has ever seen, and which in their nature are likely to be the bottomless black? Stanley Kubrick looked into eternity and saw a lava lamp. So when astronaut Dave is sucked into the cosmic vortex go through the mind-boggling colorful landscape to then come out on the other side, in something best described as a hotel in the baroque style. And from there it gets even more strange, and culminates in one of the most abstract end of the year.

Zachary Quinto as Spock and Chris Pine as James T Kirk. Photo: Paramount

When J J Abrams was commissioned to breathe new life into the ”Star trek”franchise, was the black hole not only a thrilling rymdhändelse to build the plot around – but also an opportunity to with the (rudimentary) logic keep alive to reboot the entire story in a parallel world. ”Star trek”, is perhaps not the most true-to-life portrayal of a black hole, but when the Old Spock (Leonard Nimoy) gives good livsråd to the New Spock (Zachary Quinto) is no eye dry.

Event Horizon Photo: Paramount

Paul WS Anderson's science fiction-virginia has taken the name after händelsehorisonten, i.e. the surface between the black hole bowels of the earth and the outside world. By creating a black hole in the time/space fabric can the spaceship travel a long distance with just a leap, but, as so often in science fiction movies, it becomes a black hole is a portal to a helvetesdimension that makes people talk in latin and scratch out the eyes.

The Simpsons Photo: Fox

In one of the cartoon series halloweenavsnitt, ”Homer cubed”, will find the family man Homer a black hole behind his bookshelf where he flees to escape his sisters-in-law, the chain-smoking twins Patty and Selma. The black hole leads to a computer-animated 3D world. Homer, however, manage to destroy even this world and sucked into another black hole which turns out to lead to our own reality, where the animated Homer, horrified, navigate among people with five fingers.

”Interstellar” Photo: Supplied by LMK

the Earth is about to go under when NASA discovers a ”wormhole” – a kind of intergalactic smitväg in the vicinity of Saturn, which would transport emigrants to another, more welcoming galaxy. There are three planets that would be able to fit. The circuits in the turn around a black hole which scientists have named Gargantua. Christopher Nolan's rymdepos, with Matthew McConaughey as the melancholic but dedicated astronaut, based on scientist Kip thorne's theories of gravity, etc, but containing, of course, numerous questions and logical gaps.

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