22:21 - 3rdWorld You have any clue what you are claiming? Even Neil Degrasse Tyson agrees that the movie is absolutely accurate on all scientific fronts. Here it is [link]
22:20 - Erik M. Saying it's a science fiction movie doesn't somehow prove it's scientifically incorrect. The ending for example is science fiction without a doubt, but you can't call that "scientifically inaccurate" because it's meant t
22:18 - moonflash It's a science fiction movie. Of course there are going to be inaccuracies in it. People don't normally go to movies to learn science but to have fun. Sure, there was a scientific consultant for the film, but even Avengers had one
22:14 - Erik M. Loads of scientific inaccuracies? Funny how you claim to know better than someone such as Kip Thorne. Scientifically the movie is pretty damn correct.
22:12 - 3rdWorld @Erik Indeed, I am not getting it, PM me.
22:12 - moonflash Interstellar was nice, but there are loads of scientific inaccuracies in it. The concept of wormholes is explored quite effectively though and I read somewhere that the blackhole imagery was an actual scientific simulation
22:09 - Erik M. You're missing my point, due to possible spoilers, I think. I'm aguing it's a paradox... if you still don't know what I mean I'll PM you.
Ulver has issued the following band update on their MySpace site:
"Ok, so now we have been on the road, and it has been rewarding, all fear and loathing considered. We are a domestic pack these days. The children miss their parents and we miss them. So. We have decided to limit next year's touring to two shorter blocks, one before and one after summer, plus an odd festival here and there. We would also very much like to make a few apperances overseas.
2011 is the future, a Critical Geography, the new album of Ulver. The anthological presentation we've been hiding behind since Lillehammer is history after Warsaw.
We are stoked to say that our blood-brothers Virus have accepted the offer to play their debut concert with us at London-palace Koko, as a kick-off spectacular. This is Virus' Lillehammer, and they are a bit apprehensive. We are certain though, that if you show them the same courtesy that you showed us, this will be one to remember.
ProgPower USA XII, set to take place September 14-17 2011 at Center Stage in Atlanta, GA, has announced its first bands. Here's the official press release:
A special U.S. exclusive show from Swedish progressive/experimental metallers Therion, a rare appearance from pre-Nevermore cult band, Sanctuary, and the first confirmed reunion show of Norwegian avant-garde metal originators, Arcturus, have been announced for ProgPower USA XII.
"ProgPower USA is definitely one of the better organized festivals we have attended and was a highlight on our first US-tour. We feel honored to have been invited again, and will prepare something special for the event, as this is the one and only chance for our US-fans to see us live in their Country," comments Therion's Christofer Johnsson.
Norwegian avantgarde metalers Vulture Industries have updated their MySpace with the following information:
"Finally the dates have been set for the release of our sophomore album on Dark Essence Records. The album will be out on CD and digital format on the 13th of September in Norway and the 4th of October in Europe. The album has the title The Malefactor's Bloody Register.
As last time the material is recorded at Conclave & Earshot Studios by Bjørnar Nilsen, who is also our frontman. The album was mastered by Brian Gardner (Isis, Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie), and features a guest appearance by Enslaved's Herbrand Larsen on "Hammond Organ", as well as special guests on cello, viola and saxophone.