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Walter's Heat Signature
isnt that a deleted crew quarters scene that was in the promotional material.
Someone thought it so special that they even changed the colour of the record! Does anyone remember that. it is in one of the many trailers and snippets we got that never got used or even into a deleted scene
Take This.... This is the blood of our lord
Thank you sherris. The images are from two different sources, Phobos and the Take Me Home promotion.
I tried to answer your question regarding the record player and the view from the window here.
The Devil's Worm:
'This worm is able to survive 10,000 feet below us, which allows scientists to nickname it “The Devil’s Worm”. It’s said that it lives so far down, that its existence is a mystery by itself.
It’s not a dangerous worm and it’s also eyeless. Scientists believe that they are the beginning of a new, rich biosphere thousands of feet below. Should we be a little scared?'
Great addition to the topic Ati. Ridley would love that. I did not know about these horrendously looking ancient creatures.
The water in which the worms were found is between 3,000 and 10,000 years old. The good thing about them is they are small. Even so, "It scared the life out of me when I first saw them moving," said geo-microbiologist Dr Tullis Onstott of Princeton University in New Jersey.
It's good that insects and worms and other such creatures are so small on Earth.
"He survived, he’s now in Disneyland in Orlando, and no way am I going back there. How did he end up in Disneyland? I saw him in Disneyland, Jesus Christ!"
Am I still considered helminthophobic if I've got no fear of a few earthworms, caterpillars, centipedes, etc., but only when they gather en masse I lose my sh*t?
No RinaRhodon, that sounds like reasonable apprehension.
Ati, the worm looks a little neomorphish. Amazing. We find life just about everywhere we look on Earth. I wonder how far down into the planet life goes. And yes daliens, if the insects and worms were any larger then we wouldn't need horror movies.
'I do not want to see what was shown to Captain Oram to test for Phallophobia but I can imagine it was something special to get him to look away in anger at the technician.'
I think we don't see anger in that still, I see a question on his face: 'They know. How do they know?' :)
The look on his face is very much a 'Really?' look...
It's almost as though he feels the tests are beneath him... 'I do really well at these things...'