If the 33 miners trapped in Chile are going to survive, they're going to need to learn how to deal with isolation. That’s why the Chilean government is consulting a stable of experts to help them cope with isolation, from NASA specialists who know about the solitude of space travel to Navy submarine officers. Rescuers have even rigged up a small home theater half a mile underground so the miners can watch films and maintain some semblance of psychological health. “Movies are possible,” said a local city councilwoman. “But the psychologists will decide what movies they will see. It’s up to them if something like Avatar would be too upsetting.” The mine collapsed on Aug. 5 and the trapped miners are apparently in good spirits. Psychologists are worried, however, that post-traumatic stress may set in once the euphoria of establishing contact last Sunday wears off. Rescuers hope to free them sometime before Christmas.