28 December 2010 2301 Views

Infographic: Bad Movie Physics Report Card

by Dan Koelsch

io9 is one of my favorite websites for all things science and science fiction. The gang over there has created a chart that grades space films on their science accuracy, such as sound in space (there is none). It’s been spreading around the film blogs, and it’s definitely worth a look. See which films Aced the test after the break (hint: the movie in the pic above is only one of that did).




Read io9’s full explanation of their report card here.



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