At the beginning of the film, they increase the power to their experiment to 150 petawatts, eventually reaching 350 petawatts, this is a ridiculously high amount. In 2012 the worldwide energy production was roughly 21 petawatt hours. To put this into perspective, the entire worldwide energy supply in 2012 would be able to power their experiment for around 1 second. See more »
I'm an old man who has loved Sci-Fi since a small child. You should have seen what we had back in the day. This is a very enjoyable film for its production budget. I thought the ending left an opening for a sequel or two, or even a miniseries. Hope they get some budget backing to make it happen.
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