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(and pictures.) LSC GUY: Hello, and on behalf of LSC, thank you for coming to this free screening of Jumper! These clips are from a week ago, which is like a year in Hollywood time, so it's like going back in time for me. MT: You would never be able to do what Eddy said, because there would be a LOT of energy required. It was just such a funny/ awkward/ amazingly cool event... You pass that information through conventional methods, like radio or light, to point B, and "you do some quantum thingy" (his words) depending on the quantum number to the electron at point B, which will result in the electron having transported over there. basically to do this with Hayden, from Earth to Mars, you'd have to destroy him on Earth. MALE MIT STUDENT 2: This question's for Hayden - I was just wondering what you were expecting when you agreed to come talk to us at MIT tonight.. OTHER MIT STUDENTS: Other various physics and/or film related questions! Make sure to come to our other LSC events coming up, like Hotel Rwanda this weekend co-hosted by MIT's STAND.. Tomorrow, it's back to Matlabbing and UROPing, but tonight, JUST FOR TONIGHT, I got to photograph the top of Hayden Christensen's head.His honors for these films include a nomination for the Saturn Award for Best Actor and the Cannes Film Festival Revelation Award. Sand Public School, Baythorn Public School, and Unionville High School in Unionville, Ontario.Christensen was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, to Alie (née Nelson), an American speechwriter, and David Christensen, a Canadian computer programmer and communications executive. He was an athlete in high school, playing hockey competitively and tennis on a provincial level.
Christensen gained international fame for his portrayal of Anakin Skywalker (Darth Vader) in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002) and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005).
It's not every day that we get former Darth Vaders up on the stage at 26-100, so there was a pretty sizable crowd lining up all the way out to the building 56 Athena cluster, including local press and MIT alums. HALF OF THE AUDIENCE: Hey, wasn't he Billy Elliott? DL: Some of you thought you were going to come see the whole movie tonight, but we actually just finished it last night, so uh, sorry, that's pretty much it. MAX TEGMARK: So now I'm going to talk a little more about classical teleportation - which isn't necessarily teleportation, per se, but is more like transporting someone from point A to B very quickly. I try to still think of the science of my movies, you know, like, if Hayden's sitting over here, and you teleport him, the air should like collapse in, so much so that there might be condensation created.. What do you think we, as scientists, can do for Hollywood? And hey the MIT Professors ARE greater than Hayden Christensen.