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Constellation

Jo, a woman who returns to Earth after a disaster in space - only to discover that key pieces of her life seem to be missing. The action-packed space adventure is an exploration of the dark edges of human psychology, one woman's desperate quest to expose the truth about the hidden history of space travel and for her to recover all that she has lost.

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Streams on:

Apple TV+, US at 3:00 am

Runtime:

53 min.

Status:

Returning Series

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Rating:

3.2/5 (44 ratings)

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Forum | Official | IMDb | TheTVDB

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Premiered:

2024

Episodes:

8

Watchlists:

4,169

Previous Episode

Name:

These Fragments I Have Shored Against My Ruin

Date:

Wed Mar 27, 2024

Season:

1

Episode:

8 (of 8 ordered)

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Cast

as Alice Ericsson-Taylor
as Alice Ericsson-Taylor
as Jo Ericsson
as Henry Caldera
as Magnus Taylor
as Frederic Duverger
as Bud Caldera
as Paul Lancaster
as Irene Lysenko

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Bananijoe said:


... creating complexity ...


i like that word :)
How would any of you describe a "Jumbo Jet", is it a
- simple
- complicated
- complex
- or chaotic
machine/system?

the right answer is: (dont peek - answer it first, and guessing is no fun :D)

complicated

Do you wonder why? That is a rather "simple" answer :D

... But so many articles dont explain it well or simple
In essence complex systems always have one or more chaotic element(s) and are therefore not fully understandable/predictable.
Complicated systems are not simple but fully know and fully predictable (Plane: Every function and piece of a plane is engineered, fully understood and fully predictable - all chaotic elements like wear & tear are fully covered by long experience and statistics, which determine the lifecycle and testing of parts, so no chaotic elements remain)
So even rockets and the ISS are rather complicated, but should not be complex - and if a the ISS has a complex system it would be known and closely monitored with a very high risk assessment :)
Human behavior or advanced biological systems like mammals are always at least complex :D (yeah thats us!)

this one is not bad:
https://noop.nl/2008/08/simple-vs-complicated-vs-complex-vs-chaotic.html

not bad but not good either:
https://txm.com/making-sense-problems-cynefin-framework/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cynefin_framework




Too much work. Tv for me is an escape. If I wish to learn things I watch Documentaries, Historical, Scientific. But at night I just want to turn off my brain and chill. It works for me. Some people want to get more involved, with multiple sub plots etc. Thats fine as well.

And I guessed wrong. :(
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merc said:

... creating complexity ...


i like that word :)
How would any of you describe a "Jumbo Jet", is it a
- simple
- complicated
- complex
- or chaotic
machine/system?

the right answer is: (dont peek - answer it first, and guessing is no fun :D)

complicated

Do you wonder why? That is a rather "simple" answer :D

... But so many articles dont explain it well or simple
In essence complex systems always have one or more chaotic element(s) and are therefore not fully understandable/predictable.
Complicated systems are not simple but fully know and fully predictable (Plane: Every function and piece of a plane is engineered, fully understood and fully predictable - all chaotic elements like wear & tear are fully covered by long experience and statistics, which determine the lifecycle and testing of parts, so no chaotic elements remain)
So even rockets and the ISS are rather complicated, but should not be complex - and if a the ISS has a complex system it would be known and closely monitored with a very high risk assessment :)
Human behavior or advanced biological systems like mammals are always at least complex :D (yeah thats us!)

this one is not bad:
https://noop.nl/2008/08/simple-vs-complicated-vs-complex-vs-chaotic.html

not bad but not good either:
https://txm.com/making-sense-problems-cynefin-framework/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cynefin_framework


by posted
inkblot said:


I dumped that show 3 episodes in, I like continuity, Same with Person of interest, great show but the back and forth ruined it for me. They had so much material from the past they could have started with that and then led us into the present. I do not like being treated like a yo-yo.


but then there would not have been a show, it trades on confusing the viewer, creating complexity to make up for once you get it the show is over
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BingeWatcher415 said:
Yes, a great show for sure! 1x6 is up next. :)

BingeWatcher415: When you edit a quote, please don't edit out the user name (who you are quoting). :)


Sorry I didn't intentionally edit out the user name. I wanted to quote a part of the post for brevity. In the future I will keep this in mind, thanks for the heads up.

Also started watching show and only two episodes in. I both love and hate the
time jumping alternate universe mind-f*ck that makes it impossible for me to multitask while watching LOL

To clear my brain before continuing to watch Constellation, I took a break and accidentally-on purpose rewatched the secord season of The Lazarus Project and can see the benefit of watching complex multithread shows again to catch things I didn't see the first time around.

I dumped that show 3 episodes in, I like continuity, Same with Person of interest, great show but the back and forth ruined it for me. They had so much material from the past they could have started with that and then led us into the present. I do not like being treated like a yo-yo.
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lighton said:
Yes, a great show for sure! 1x6 is up next. :)

BingeWatcher415: When you edit a quote, please don't edit out the user name (who you are quoting). :)


Sorry I didn't intentionally edit out the user name. I wanted to quote a part of the post for brevity. In the future I will keep this in mind, thanks for the heads up.

Also started watching show and only two episodes in. I both love and hate the
time jumping alternate universe mind-f*ck that makes it impossible for me to multitask while watching LOL

To clear my brain before continuing to watch Constellation, I took a break and accidentally-on purpose rewatched the secord season of The Lazarus Project and can see the benefit of watching complex multithread shows again to catch things I didn't see the first time around.
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paisley1 said:
Paisley1: "You can also watch the best shows ever made, just once, and never feel the need to re-watch them "

A strange interpretation of why they are "best"


lolz :lol: They are not the best because I feel no need to rewatch them, they are the best because of the calibre and quality of all factors of their production. I could ask you why Breaking Bad and Succession won best Drama at the Emmy's and why Agents of Shield, The Boys, and Buffy didn't, and you might also find it strange that a jury of their peers would consider them inferior, and that they happen to be stories that you don't ever need to go back and watch again, and that quality has nothing to do with rewatchability.

I'm not saying that's Constellation, it's just an engaging scifi mystery, but most mysteries aren't very rewatchable because once the mystery is revealed there's no need.

ah the Emmys........lol
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merc said:
Paisley1: "You can also watch the best shows ever made, just once, and never feel the need to re-watch them "

A strange interpretation of why they are "best"


lolz :lol: They are not the best because I feel no need to rewatch them, they are the best because of the calibre and quality of all factors of their production. I could ask you why Breaking Bad and Succession won best Drama at the Emmy's and why Agents of Shield, The Boys, and Buffy didn't, and you might also find it strange that a jury of their peers would consider them inferior, and that they happen to be stories that you don't ever need to go back and watch again, and that quality has nothing to do with rewatchability.

I'm not saying that's Constellation, it's just an engaging scifi mystery, but most mysteries aren't very rewatchable because once the mystery is revealed there's no need.
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merc said:
Paisley1: "You can also watch the best shows ever made, just once, and never feel the need to re-watch them "

A strange interpretation of why they are "best"

It's only a strange interpretation because it's not your interpretation. :cool:

I'm with paisley1 here. I hardly ever rewatch anything. You probably like the familiarity of rewatching something a lot more than we do.
by posted
Paisley1: "You can also watch the best shows ever made, just once, and never feel the need to re-watch them "

A strange interpretation of why they are "best"
by posted
Thumbs up, wouldnt recommend though