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Cinema Science: PLANETARY PROPULSION IN THE WANDERING EARTH. Apr 1, 2020 3291
The Rorschach Candidate: FINDING MEANING IN BEING THERE. Critical essay Apr 1, 2020 2384
Cinema Science: PLAYING WITH PHYSICS IN THE TOY STORY UNIVERSE. Dec 1, 2019 3148
Cinema Science: ASSEMBLING THE OPERATIONS OF AVENGERS: ENDGAME: The immense popularity of the latest instalment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise makes it an immediately engaging text for secondary students --but it's also one with no small number of jumping-off points for science and mathematics lessons, with potential topics ranging from time travel and general relativity to population growth and randomness. Sep 1, 2019 3518
M Night Shyamalan. Critical essay Sep 1, 2019 6411
Cinema Science: PI AND THE RAPTURE OF COMPLEX MATHEMATICS: While its title already indicates one of its central mathematical topics of concern, Darren Aronofsky's cult paranoid thriller also offers ample prompts for senior secondary students to explore sequences, phenomena such as the golden ratio and Pythagoras' theorem, and more intricate concepts like irrational numbers and recursion, as DAVE CREWE outlines. Mar 1, 2019 3288
CINEMA SCIENCE: The Dangerous Biology of Annihilation: A thought-provoking, high-concept sci-fi thriller, Alex Garlands film touches on real-world phenomena such as Hox genes, the Hayflick limit and the Mandelbrot set. While its science is complex and its subject matter can be intense, the film provides many excellent opportunities for discussions about biology in senior secondary classrooms, as DAVE CREWE describes. Sep 1, 2018 3005
Cinema Science: PRIMATE PROBABILITIES IN THE PLANET OF THE APES TRILOGY. Movie review Jun 1, 2018 3179
Asghar Farhadi. Essay Jun 1, 2018 5594
Cinema Science: UNTANGLING THE WEBS OF SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING: How strong are Spider-Man's webs? How does he jump from one building to another? And is any of this even remotely plausible? Drawing upon the superhero's latest cinematic outing, DAVE CREWE looks at how the film can aid studies in junior and senior secondary Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Mar 1, 2018 2859

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