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This would be standard protocol. NASA is a governmental organization. Its security would be handled by military personnel or civilian paramilitary employees. Coop no longer worked for NASA. He would not have been considered authorized personnel. He would have been handled like any other intruder. Even a current employee who was in an area or doing an ...


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Two unknown people show up at a secret government facility in the middle of the night. I think it seems quite reasonable that the security of the site (which may have been entirely robotic) would detain and separate the intruders, until they can ascertain what threat they are and what to do with them. Separating them seems reasonable from the point of view ...


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As asked on Quora, they all made some pretty good points there, and ever since then there wasn't any new information that came to light. But what was that role? While watching the movie I didn't notice any Indian ethnicity role there. What role was Irrfan supposed to play? One of the posters in Quora even mentioned about the possibility of the role being ...


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As Dean F. says, this is a common science fiction trope, that you can use time travel to interact with yourself in the past. However Intersteller attempts to base its story on an fictional extrapolation of current understanding of time, relativity, wormholes and black holes. So your question has two parts really: Is interacting with the dust possible? ...


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Cooper went back in time and sent the coordinates to himself. It is a time loop where the person involved created his own future by interacting with himself in the past (with help). The same happens in many time travel stories and movies. Sometimes, the future person is even self-aware enough of the fact that they have to do a certain activity while ...


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