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“That’s Not How Physics Works!”: Dune 2’s Sandworms Have 1 Clear Problem, Says Neil deGrasse Tyson

“That’s Not How Physics Works!”: Dune 2’s Sandworms Have 1 Clear Problem, Says Neil deGrasse Tyson

Dune 2‘s sandworms have one clear problem says Neil deGrasse Tyson, who questions the sci-fi movie’s physics. The second part of Denis Villeneuve’s science fiction epic is a blockbuster, having grossed $180 million worldwide in its opening weekend. In a film filled with pulse-pounding moments, no sequence is more memorable than Paul Atreides’ first ride on the back of a sandworm, a scene that gives Villeneuve the chance to deliver cinematic and sonic thrills at full blast.

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