In Stargate SG1 the asgard seem to have all died either through the war with the replicators or when they blew up there planet, but in Stargate Atlantis we see them again in there exo suits for one episode think but im pretty sure that they also died...
But is there anyway that they could be ali...
It was a short story I've read somewhere in late 80s/early 90s: a boss yells at one of his technician, complaining that he is doing a poor job at repairing some sort supercomputer/phone exchange machine, since all jobs that he is sent to are quickly followed by another hardware failure. The boss ...
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My minimal knowledge of Star Trek tells me that these men are Captain Jean-Luc Picard (on the right), First Officer William Riker (on the left), and Lieutenant Worf (in the background), officers on the Enterprise durin...
@Thaddeus though number 1 is kinda pushing it, they say "A map of Columbus’ 4 voyages, shown below, reveals exactly how far Columbus actually was from the New World." but technicly the new world was ALL of the americas, not NA specificly
I'm trying to find a short story I read years ago.
A group of humans were marooned on a high gravity planet, by another alien species.
On the planet they encounter saber tooth cat type animals, they eventually make allies with. There also was a telepathic squirrel like creatures that allows them...
In the Star Trek Voyager episode Living Witness (S4E23), a backup copy of the Doctor finds himself 700 years into the future. In that time, the Kyrians and Vaskans do not appear to have had any contact with the Federation in that time. Based on other episodes and expanded universe books involving...
In Robert Heinlein's Starship Troopers reference was made a few times to "the thirty-one crash landings", the thirty-one offenses that warranted the death penalty for the soldier who committed them. One was "striking a superior officer." Another was "pusillanimous conduct in the face of the ene...
This question made me realise that, really, we don't see many space walks in Star Trek. It got me to thinking about space walks generally in science-fiction and how they've been portrayed (like those in Lost in Space or Thunderbirds). My question is: what is the first instance in science fictio...
@Praxis, well, being that I took the physics one, I'm not sure I know. But seeing as we were electrical engineers, none of it was practical to us. I guess it was more motivated by setting how differential equations and solutions arise.
@Praxis, well, being that I took the physics one, I'm not sure I know. But seeing as we were electrical engineers, none of it was practical to us. I guess it was more motivated by seeing how differential equations and solutions arise.
In the first episode glimses of money did not look like our bills, and I wondered if it was Canadian, but the show is set in Washington DC. In episode 4 was a better view, and I could see that someone imagined a future evolved design for what bills (Treasury Notes) would look like.
Does anyone ...
I'm looking for the 3d animated film (probably unpopular and barely known), don't know the title and watched only a few minutes of it. What I do recall is the protagoist - future flying bike racer barely escaped a massive destruction along with his girlfriend (or -ish), sometime later - he surviv...
How is Turin going to return to Middle Earth for the final day of doom?
who choose him to give Morgoth the killing blow?
Will Turin be Immortal after the Battle?
if you cant answer its ok.
In Batman Year Two, Batman takes Joe Chill to the alley where he murdered his parents. He shows him his identity and points a gun at him and claims he will kill him. At that moment the reaper shoots and kills Chill. Was Batman actually going to kill Chill? Has Batman ever intentionally killed any...
@CandiedMango Yeah takes place in St. Louis but the only thing still showing is the top of the St Louis Arch. It's really complicated. After three seasons, I still don't understand all of the back story, but I love it anyway, totally hooked. Can't stand the main protagonists though...but some really strong character development with some of the other characters.
@CandiedMango I really enjoyed it. Can't wait to see the second one this week.
@CandiedMango Isn't that animated?
@RedactedStack Those are two awesome movies. Evil Dead 2 is even better. He's such a great actor. Now this movie has some girls in disco pants, that gets it a half star, lol
@N_Soong I pop in once in awhile for a minute or two, I decided to spend time on other things. I got a little perturbed on here. Decided not to post answers anymore, and sporadically I'll throw a question up here if it's pressing, but I scaled back my activities on here.
@N_Soong Yeah when I had mods, and high rep users directly copy my answers, and then go through and actually change their answers after the fact and copy what I had already posted to make their answer correct, I decided to be done. I also noticed high rep users and mods doing it to other people in other answers, and it's systemic and common place. Just left a bad taste in my mouth.
@N_Soong Good to see you too. Are you still watching Enterprise?
@JMFB Can't say I've had that experience, but sorry to hear that happened to you :(
@JMFB Yes, although I had a hiccup when I borrowed the wrong DVD from the library and started season 2 because I thought for some stupid reason that I'd finished watching season 1 (I was only halfway through lol) Anyway, I'm picking up where I left off in season 1
Gotta say I don't mind Enterprise now; in fact I'm enjoying it. I think you're right in that once you get past the dodgy beginnings it gets better, although I'm still a fair way off the Xindi campaign!
@N_Soong I'd rather not raise it and point to it, it's not worth it. I alluded to it here in chat one day and said I didn't want to give specific names or questions, and everyone started prying(human nature) so I just backed off. On the flip side I received some really nice msgs from a lot of people on here saying they were sorry to hear about it and hope I continue to participate, which made me feel good. It was sort of the straw that broke the camels back, it was a series of things.
@N_Soong Yes there's a lot of backstory, but there's some good episodes before the xindi pop in, then it's like..."turn down for what?!?" LOL
@JMFB I perfectly understand and respect that you wouldn't want to name any names or specific situations. Glad to hear though that I'm not the only one sad to see you winding down your activity here
Truth be told I've been winding down my activity here too, but that's more a combination of uni work and not seeing many questions to answer (there's been some interesting questions, my timezone just didn't give me any favours in presenting the opportunity to answer them lol)
@JMFB I have to say I'm enjoying the whole temporal cold war and suliban thing
I don't remember any of the episodes before the Xindo so I could probably rewatch them all. My memory isn't what it once was. I looked in the fridge yesterday hungry, opened a drawer and shockingly found a bunch of fruit in there I forgot about that I purchased three days prior. I think I'm losing it, lol.
@N_Soong Yeah I was working really hard on this deal, but it fell through. So I've been sulking ever since and hanging out with this girl, which has also been a nightmare, lol. My life is definitely a rollercoaster.
@N_Soong I agree totally, Everybody always rips on Daniels and the temporal cold war angle, but I really enjoyed it. It allowed for some continuity and some interesting advances in technology that wouldn't work in prior to Kirks time without the time travel angle.
@JMFB Life does go on - that's one of the undeniable characteristics of life. I'm sure that keeping a positive outlook helps
@JMFB a tip from the psychology student in me - it's gonna sound weird but trust me. Look in the mirror three times a day and smile at yourself naturally. Like I said sounds weird, but you actually feel happier!
@JMFB Just give it a go. It can't do any harm and it actually works, well in my experience. There's some psychological evidence behind it as well. Just give it a go for a week and tell me what you think of it!
I can't believe I watched this whole movie, well sort of watched in my peripheral vision. Who the hell did the casting for it? And the screenwriting, storyline, plot, character development, etc. It's called "Full Moon High"
@N_Soong I'll add it to the list. Started working out again as well as physical therapy and cortisone shot helped my shoulder out.
@N_Soong It's not even a b movie, it's a d movie. Oh great it was done by "Larry Cohen"...another reason for people to blame Jews for something. Although Pat Morita(mr. miyagi) was in it, so that was a bonus.
I need to remember the title of a old movie I've seen 15/20 years ago or something.
I remember these main facts:
1) looks weird like a Cronenberg movie, but looking at his filmography the title doesn't pop out.
2) it is in a post-modern ambientation, the facts take place in the near future but ...
Looking across the Iron Man and Avengers films, the theme of Tony creating his own villains comes up quite often.
He also arguably creates his own figurative villains in the form of hedonism and obsession.
Has anyone with Marvel ever stated if this was intentional or not? Or at least noted ho...
And I'm dying to answer it with an essay on the character development of Tony Stark and how him creating his own villains ties into his growing need for accountability that will kick off Captain America: Civil War, but the asker wants an answer based on directors/crew/producer statements.