Interstellar: the future that we see in our stars

Interstellar: the future that we see in our stars

This fall, interstellar aspiration will blow in the air.

Christopher Nolan's film "Interstellar", which will be released on November 7 in the United States, promises us an unforgettable unearthly adventure. As for video games, players are looking forward to October 24, when the release of Sid Meier’s game Civilization: Beyond Earth will be released.

Looking at the trailers of these two epic works, we can recall the urgent problems of society.

Watch the trailer for the movie "Interstellar":

Both works hint to us about the upcoming problems that will truly test us. As seen in both trailers: there is an abyss in front of us, so why not make the jump.

See the trailer for the game “Civilization: beyond Earth”:

Although it is too early to talk about the details of these two works, it is safe to say that we will see: humanity has a global problem, and the solution to this problem lies beyond its borders, only a way to overcome it is not clear.

Humanity is a universal, adaptive, intelligent and creative creature. We inherited from our ancestors the spirit of adventure, an overwhelming sense of discovery, and strive for our future, where life will flourish.

Therefore, why don't we strive for something high? What if we could, thanks to advances in energy, engineering, resource allocation, education, and comprehensive archiving, create the tools necessary to adapt to global change on a global scale?

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