I'm still arguing with people on sci-fi boards about whether or not Star Wars is considered sci-fi or science fantasy. There are those who insist that the "magic" isn't magic at all, but rather the result of the fictitious Midi-chlorians, which are "scientific". So, maybe a clear definition of science fantasy should be established. I fall on the side of, it's only science fantasy, if the magic isn't presented as a scientific process. I'm not sure I see the "magic" in Nolander. It feels scientific to me.