First off, there are major BioShock Infinite spoilers in the above video. Don't watch it if you haven't finished the game.
While playing through BioShock Infinite, I wondered how well researched the science was behind some of the fantastical elements, the most obvious being the floating city. While it seemed at first that Irrational Games simply named quantum mechanics as a deus ex machina and left it at that, the video above goes further into it, noting that some of the phenomena found in Infinite isn't quite so far fetched.
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