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Impressive amount of real science combined with a great story line
I am a fan of SciFi and have a hard time finding new material to watch and it was pretty hard to find this one.
I watched this series in 2012, few years after it was completed and I still found the bio-tech and other science content incredible and impressive for a fictional story. I don't believe that I have ever seen any fictional series or a movie with this amount of scientific content. Not that all the scenarios are plausible in reality but highly entertaining what-ifs in there. Kudos to whoever has wrote the scripts and I have been wondering if there a real scientist that wrote this.
There are multiple ongoing stories in each episode and one typically concludes while the larger theme continues.
The character development is excellent and the series is not shy to present main characters that mismanage ethical dilemma associated with their professions.
I have to say that I liked the editing of episodes too, there is rewinding trick that is used to show two simultaneous events that is quite interesting.
I miss this show.
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