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The Green Slime (ガンマー第3号 宇宙大作戦 (Ganmā Daisan Gō: Uchū Daisakusen) transl. Gamma 3: Great Space War) is a 1968 science fiction film directed by Kinji Fukasaku and produced by Walter Manley and Ivan Reiner. It was written by William Finger, Tom Rowe and Charles Sinclair from a story by Reiner. The film was shot in Japan with a Japanese director and film crew, but with the non-Japanese starring cast of Robert Horton, Richard Jaeckel and Luciana Paluzzi. After destroying a huge asteroid that was on a rapid collision course with Earth, a group of astronauts discover they have accidentally returned to their space station with an alien slime creature that feeds on radiation and can reproduce rapidly from its own blood.

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The Green Slime (ガンマー第3号 宇宙大作戦 (Ganmā Daisan Gō: Uchū Daisakusen) Gamma 3: Great Space War) is a 1968 science fiction film directed by Kinji Fukasaku and produced by Walter Manley and Ivan Reiner. It was written by William Finger, Tom Rowe and Charles Sinclair from a story by Reiner. The film was shot in Japan with a Japanese director and film crew, but with the non-Japanese starring cast of Robert Horton, Richard Jaeckel and Luciana Paluzzi. After destroying a huge asteroid that was on a rapid collision course with Earth, a group of astronauts discover they have accidentally returned to their space station with an alien slime creature that feeds on radiation and can reproduce rapidly from its own blood.

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In Raised by Wolves, during the 22nd century, Kepler-22b is a semi-habitable, though not hospitable, planet. Soil is fertile and crops can be grown, though the weather conditions are harsh and drastic, bordering on unlivable, and the presence of radioactive pits pose great health risks to humans. It first became inhabited by humans after the Earth was torn apart by the Religious War of the 2140s , prompting an atheistic android architect to send two of his creations, a re-programmed necromancer android (Mother) and a general service android (Father), to start a peaceful, godless colony on Kepler-22b, by giving birth to, and raising, humans.

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The Mithraic are a radical religious faction dedicated to the sun god Sol. On Earth, during the mid-22nd century, two warring religious factions tore the Earth apart and reduced humanity to two groups of people — the believers and the non-believers. As the Religious War reached its peak and the human race teetered on the edge of extinction, the Mithraic departed for the "new world" on the Heaven's Ark, while the atheists sent two of their androids to the planet Kepler-22b to start a peaceful, godless colony of human children.

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The Mithraic are a radical religious faction dedicated to the sun god Sol. On Earth, during the mid-22nd century, two warring religious factions tore the Earth apart and reduced humanity to two groups of people — the believers and the non-believers. As the Religious War reached its peak and the human race teetered on the edge of extinction, the Mithraic departed for the "new world" on the Heaven's Ark, while the atheists sent two of their androids to the planet Kepler-22b to start a peaceful, godless colony of human children.

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The Ministry of Truth (Newspeak: Minitrue) is the ministry of propaganda. As with the other ministries in the novel, the name Ministry of Truth is a misnomer because in reality it serves the opposite: it is responsible for any necessary falsification of historical events. However, like the other ministries, the name is also apt because it decides what "truth" is in Oceania. As well as administering "truth", the ministry spreads a new language amongst the populace called Newspeak, in which, for example, "truth" is understood to mean statements like 2 + 2 = 5 when the situation warrants. In keeping with the concept of doublethink, the ministry is thus aptly named in that it creates/manufactures "truth" in the Newspeak sense of the word.

Tags: crimethink, airstrip-one, oceania, big-brother, doublethink

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The Ministry of Truth (Newspeak: Minitrue) is the ministry of propaganda. As with the other ministries in the novel, the name Ministry of Truth is a misnomer because in reality it serves the opposite: it is responsible for any necessary falsification of historical events. However, like the other ministries, the name is also apt because it decides what "truth" is in Oceania. As well as administering "truth", the ministry spreads a new language amongst the populace called Newspeak, in which, for example, "truth" is understood to mean statements like 2 + 2 = 5 when the situation warrants. In keeping with the concept of doublethink, the ministry is thus aptly named in that it creates/manufactures "truth" in the Newspeak sense of the word.

Tags: thought-police, ignorance-is-strength, winston-smith, oceania, room-101

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Prior to the events of first film, Leatherface presumably used to work as a butcher at the meat processing plant alongside his brother, "The Cook" (referred to as Drayton Sawyer in further films), as his other brother, "The Hitchhiker" (later identified as Nubbins Sawyer), claims he did not work at the slaughterhouse, but that "My BROTHER worked there. My grandfather, too! My family's ALWAYS been in meat." Leatherface's family uses the bones and skin of the people he kills to create furniture for the inside of their house, along with some animal bones for decoration. They process the victims' flesh into barbecue and chili, which Drayton sells at his restaurant/gas station, "Last Chance Gas."

Tags: slaughterhouse, massacre, texas-chainsaw, drayton, jason-vorhees

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The Atmosphere Processing Plant also known as the Atmosphere Processor is a large automated reactor capable of "converting" an unbreathable, toxic or otherwise inhospitable atmosphere into one suitable for human habitation. Atmosphere Processors are a key component of extrasolar colonization efforts. The technology was pioneered by Weyland Corp in the first half of the 21st century and was later developed and refined by the Weyland-Yutani Corporation. While the conversion process is entirely automated, a constant crew is required to oversee an APP's maintenance. Often an entire colony will be established for this very purpose, such as Hadley's Hope on Acheron (LV-426).

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As an artificial person, I am able to quickly sharpen and repair knives and get them back to you like they were brand new. With an extraordinary background in science and alien biology, I can also test your knives for the presence of extra terrestrial life forms and unwanted alien bacteria. Call or contact me today to set up an appointment. Trust me!

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Hyperdyne Systems (or Hyperdine Systems) was a corporation manufacturing synthetics that pioneered the development of Synthetic technology in the 22nd century. Their products included the 341-B model of androids (designed by Michael Bishop) and 120-A/2, one of which, named Ash, was placed aboard the USCSS Nostromo in 2122 as a synthetic sleeper agent.

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The U.S. Zombie Outbreak Response Team or U.S.Z.O.R.T. is a team made up of 50 UNITS that operate all over the U.S. and other countries, training, preparing and waiting for the zombie apocalypse. We are everyday people. We are mothers AND fathers, brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles. We are doctors, sanitation workers, police officers, military service personal, postal workers and school teachers. We are professional survivalists preparing for all worst case scenarios and S.H.T.F. situations.

Tags: safety, coronavirus, zombie-apocalypse, zombie-apocalpyse, response

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The Winden Caves (Windener Höhlen) are an intricate system of caves adjacent to the Winden Nuclear Power Plant and the bunker. They contain the wormhole that allows for time travel, which is located right underneath the bunker. The cave's main entrance is located in the forest and the other known entrance is near the Winden Nuclear Power Plant. These were once connected, but this connection was sealed with a metal door, as ordered by Claudia Tiedemann in 1986.

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The Winden Caves (Windener Höhlen) are an intricate system of caves adjacent to the Winden Nuclear Power Plant and the bunker. They contain the wormhole that allows for time travel, which is located right underneath the bunker. The cave's main entrance is located in the forest and the other known entrance is near the Winden Nuclear Power Plant. These were once connected, but this connection was sealed with a metal door, as ordered by Claudia Tiedemann in 1986.

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Shazbot is an Orkan expression of surprise, excitement, dismay, or bewilderment which Mork frequently used. In the days of heavy TV censorship, this was a means of sneaking the word "shit" past the censors, and Mork's variation wound up becoming a popular catchphrase.

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Zentih was known for its high-quality radios and electronic innovations. Zenith introduced the first portable radio in 1924, the first mass-produced AC radio in 1926, and push-button tuning in 1927. It added automobile radios in the 1930s with its Model 460, promoting the fact that it needed no separate generator or battery, selling at US$59.95.[6] The first Zenith television set appeared in 1939, with its first commercial sets sold to the public in 1948. Zenith is, perhaps, best known for the first practical wireless television remote control, the Space Command, developed in 1956.

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Aliens is a 1986 American science fiction action film[9] written and directed by James Cameron, produced by Gale Anne Hurd and starring Sigourney Weaver. The second installment in the Alien franchise, it follows Ellen Ripley (Weaver) as she returns to the moon where her crew encountered the hostile Alien creature, this time accompanied by a unit of space marines. Additional roles are played by Carrie Henn, Michael Biehn, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen, Jenette Goldstein, William Hope, Al Matthews, and Bill Paxton.

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Lasalle Bionational, often shortened to Bionational and commonly referred to as Bionational Corporation, was a multinational conglomerate specializing in biological research and development. Lasalle were notable for their successful studies of the species Xenomorph XX121, and the company was the source of much of the detailed information available regarding the creature's biology.

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he Visit is a 2015 American found footage horror-comedy film written, co-produced and directed by M. Night Shyamalan and starring Olivia DeJonge, Ed Oxenbould, Deanna Dunagan, Peter McRobbie, and Kathryn Hahn. The film centers around teenage Becca and her younger brother Tyler who live with their single mother, who left home 15 years ago and is estranged from her parents. After finding their grandchildren online and wanting to meet them, the grandparents invite them to spend a week at their farm, while their mother goes off with her boyfriend. Aspiring filmmaker Becca and her brother Tyler decide to go, and Becca decides to make a documentary of their visit. Strange behaviors and dark, disturbing secrets soon emerge.

Tags: thevisit, shyamalan, glass, unbreakable, split

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The food industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

Tags: french-bread, bread, wheat, flour, art-deco

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The chocolate industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The caseiculture industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The brewing industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The food industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The brewing industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The brewing industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The brewing industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The wine and spirits industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The design industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The wine industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The design industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The food industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The travel industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The coffee industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

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Carter began his career as a journalist and lawyer. As time passed, he grew an interest in magic. Due to stiff competition from the number of magic acts on the American stages at the time, Carter opted to pursue his career abroad, where he achieved his greatest fame. Among the highlights of Carter's stage performances during his career were the classic "sawing a woman in half" illusion (an elaborate surgical-themed version with "nurses" in attendance), making a live elephant disappear and "cheating the gallows", where a shrouded Carter would vanish, just as he dropped at the end of a hangman's noose. Carter's first theatrical experience occurred at the Herzog's museum and Pat Harris' Masonic Temple in Baltimore at the age of 10, ...

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The Art Deco era holds a plethora of commercial design during a period of extraordinary creative vitality. Reflecting French popular culture at the height of its inveterate flair and exuberant joie de vivre. The coffee industry was and still is a large part of french culture. This timeless logo celebrates the beauty and simplicity of French Graphic Design from the 1930s.

Tags: milk, hot-coco, chocolate, coco-bean, venezuela

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