Love it or hate it, the end of Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" was complicated. Previously, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson praised the film via Twitter for its accurate and creative depiction of outer space. Now, via a video from Business Insider, Tyson puts his multiple degrees to work to explain to us how and why the end of "Interstellar" could totally be plausible.

Basically, in order to understand what happened when Matthew McConaughey's Coop went through that black hole, we've really got to start thinking fourth dimensionally."We don’t know what's in a black hole," he says, "so take it and run with it."

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