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How accurate is science in science fiction?

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New film Gravity promises to rekindle the debate over how "hard" - or accurate - science fiction should be. Should film-makers adhere to basic scientific principles, or should audiences just feel the magic instead, asks Peter Ray Allison.

The relationship between science and science fiction has always been tempestuous.


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Keel M.

The relationship between REALITY and FANTASY has always been tempestuous. :P I can understand how scientists feel because I often feel the same way when Hollywood takes liberties with history. But to me, science fiction makes science more accessible to idiots like me.

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