|Title:||THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE IDEAS OF STEPHEN BAXTER'S AND ARTHUR C. CLARKE'S TRILOGY A TIME ODYSSEY|
|Authors:||Šopinger, Aleš (Author)|
Kennedy, Victor (Mentor) More about this mentor...
Repnik, Robert (Co-mentor)
|Files:|| UNI_Sopinger_Ales_2013.pdf (287,91 KB)|
|Work type:||Undergraduate thesis (m5)|
|Typology:||2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis|
|Organization:||FF - Faculty of Arts|
|Abstract:||Science and science fiction as well as the ideas that are used by them are interconnected, yet, while science tries to dismiss or confirm certain ideas, science fiction uses these same ideas as substance for their stories. With the advances in science, it is possible to that some ideas move from the realm of science fiction and become science fact.
In the trilogy A Time Odyssey, co-authored by Stephen Baxter and Arthur C. Clarke, we can also find ideas and assumptions that are a part of the realm of science fiction as well as science. A comparison was made between what was written in A Time Odyssey and the view of contemporary science, concerning the ideas and assumptions about the existence of alien life, time travel, and parallel worlds. The comparison showed that the mentioned ideas are a part of science fiction as well as the scientific world, because science is putting a lot of effort in devising mathematical models and theories to dismiss or confirm the ideas that life could exists outside planet Earth, that time travel could be possible, and that parallel worlds could exist, but yet need to be proven. |
|Keywords:||science fiction, time travel, alien life, dimensions, science, A Time Odyssey, advancement, technology|
|Year of publishing:||2013|
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