The core foundation of Hindu belief is that Vedas contain source of all knowledge – physical or metaphysical.

However in last 100 odd years, this belief has come under scrutiny due to the advances that modern science claims to make.

The typical pattern would be english translation of some mantra followed by a Veda Mantra reference.

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Still, if romance-seeking audiences know what’s best for them, they’ll put some space between themselves and this movie.

Film Review: ' The Space Between Us' Reviewed at Real D Screening Room, Jan.

The movie has so overexerted itself with its elaborate sci-fi premise that Chelsom soon stumbles into plot holes bigger than the Valles Marineris, the most egregious of which is the assumption that Tulsa would so quickly click with Gardner after discovering that their entire friendship was based on a lie. Screenplay: Allan Loeb; story: Stewart Schill, Richard Barton Lewis, Loeb.

No wonder “The Space Between Us” backed away from the “Passengers” release date in favor of a Valentine’s Day-proximate February sortie. Production: An STX Entertainment release of a Southpaw Entertainment, Huayi Brothers production, in association with Los Angeles Media Fund. Executive producers: Robbie Brenner, Kevin Halloran, Sasha Harari, Simon Horsman, Allan Loeb, Patrick Murray, Steven Pearl, Jeffrey Soros, Douglas Urbanski.

But for layman, these create a lot of confusion and doubt over relevance of Vedas.

While I would shy away from thrusting my personal faith on Vedas, I would like to provide some excerpts from Vedas that provide clues to deep scientific concepts hidden within them.

Taking John Gray’s 1992 title “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus” a little too literally, “The Space Between Us” concocts an elaborate science-fiction scenario on which to hang an otherwise clichéd tale of impossible teen romance.

Here, the tiny detail that prevents 16-year-old Gardner Elliot (“Hugo” star Asa Butterfield) from dating high-school student Tulsa (Britt Robertson, of “Tomorrowland”) is the fact that Gardner has spent his entire life on the Red Planet — and if he travels to Earth, he may die.

And now they have — courtesy of Nathaniel’s own company, Genesis Space Technologies.

Oldman’s character — who was clearly modeled after Virgin’s Richard Branson — may be responsible for colonizing Mars, but he’s otherwise a bottomless well of bad ideas.

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