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  • ..."This."''' Season 11, episode 2 (second episode of main revival season for the series), through-numbering #210. Fox-TV 10 January 2018. Glen Morgan, direc ...aid with her own agenda. He buys Scully some time, who manages to turn off the simulation's servers, which later cannot be found once an FBI team returns
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  • '''THE X-FILES''' (TV title all capitals, with a circle around the "X"). Fox-TV. Chris Carter, creator and exec. prod. David Duchovny, Gillian
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  • '''''The X-Files'': "Rm9sbG93ZXJz"."''' Season 11, episode 7, through-numbering #217. Fox-TV ...IMDb and in the local TV listings for USPS Zip Code 93041 (presumably from the production company): "In a world of ever-increasing automation and artifici
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  • ...reached through www.fox.com. To aid searches, try “7.13”: for 13th show of the 7th season.]) ...LD]], [[FUTUREWORLD]] (this Category); see also Gibson and Maddox’s “[[The X-Files, "Kill Switch"|Kill Switch]]” episode, also this Category.
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  • '''''The X-Files'': "Kill Switch."''' Fox-TV. Season 5, episode 11, #108 in series (15 Feb. ...mpulses moving through "a bag of meat and bones"; Esther's message back to the meat humans: "BITE ME."
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  • '''THE X FILES: FIGHT THE FUTURE'''. Rob Bowman, dir. ...der Fiction) and more generally; cf. descent motif and what we might call "the ichneumon theme" in [[ALIEN (film)]] and [[ALIENS (film)]]. {{DEFAULTSORT:
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  • '''"The Erlenmeyer Flask." ''The X-Files''.''' 15 May 1994. Fox-TV. R. W. Goodwin, dir. Chris Carter, script. ...''Cinefantastique'' 26.6/27.1 (Oct. 1995): 58, with a picture. NOTE: only the warehouse shot is relevant.
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  • '''''The X-Files'', "S.R. 819."''' Fox-TV (entertainment portion). Season 6, episode 9 (17 J ...f of remote-control of the nanobots potentially controlling Skinner. Still the episode is thriller/horror, with a touch of SF.
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  • '''"Ghost in the Machine." ''The X-Files''.''' Fox-TV. 29 Oct. 1993, 14 Jan. 1994. Jerrold Freedman, dir. Alex Gansa ...ossibly temporary—of COS with the "death" of HAL 9000 in ''2001'' and of [[THE TERMINATOR|Terminator]] in both [[TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY|films]]. Summa
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  • ...Bennett Hough). ''Utopia Minus X''.''' New York: Ace, 1966. U.K. edn. as ''The Paw of God.'' London: Anthony Gibbs, 1967. [[Category: Fiction]]
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  • '''Leiber, Fritz. "X Marks the Pedwalk."''' ''Worlds of Tomorrow'' 1.1 (April 1963). Rpt. ''Nightmare Age' ...omparison with D.H. Keller, "Revolt of the Pedestrians," and R. Bradbury, "The Pedestrian," q.v., this Category. [[Category: Fiction]]
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  • ..._Science_Fictionary], as featuring "a cyborg with the brain of a human and the body of a robot." [[Category: Drama]]
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  • ...ast Star-Child in [[2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (film)]] and the Pod-infant in [[THE MATRIX]] (both listed in this Category).
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  • ...is a brief but highly tense moment in the film, pretty much irrelevant to the plot but highly exhilarating.
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  • ...t''' (with three others). Sheldon Turner and Bryan Singer, story, based on the Marvel characters. USA: Bad Hat Harry Productions, Marvel (main prod.) / 20 ...ith occasional suggestions of the supernatural (esp. Azazel, in some lores the Angel of Death, and certainly demonic in this incarnation).
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  • ...nus_One_Singles>, which we link below. Includes "Tunnel Under the World," "The Roads Must Roll," "A Logic Named Joe," and other classic SF of interest:[ht
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  • ....com/wiki/Sentinels] Cf. and strongly contrast squid-like "sentinels" in [[THE MATRIX REVOLUTIONS]].
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  • ...Linda Dalrymple. "Francis Picabia, Radiometers, and X-rays in 1913."''' ''The Art Bulletin'' 71 (Mar. 1989): 114-23. [[Category: Graphic & Plastic Arts]] ...his search for the invisible and for a higher reality as well as proof of the limits of human vision.
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  • ...099''''' 1.5 (Feb. 1994).[ http://www.comicvine.com/x-men-2099-the-fall-of-the-hammer-part-3-lighning-strike/4000-108300/] ...ogy that can be turned off" (23). Heimdall's neurotech is jammed, yielding the twilight of a mechanical god.
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  • '''"Ghost in the Machine." ''The X-Files''.''' Fox-TV. 29 Oct. 1993, 14 Jan. 1994. Jerrold Freedman, dir. Alex Gansa ...ossibly temporary—of COS with the "death" of HAL 9000 in ''2001'' and of [[THE TERMINATOR|Terminator]] in both [[TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY|films]]. Summa
    1 KB (157 words) - 22:45, 7 January 2015
  • ...reached through www.fox.com. To aid searches, try “7.13”: for 13th show of the 7th season.]) ...LD]], [[FUTUREWORLD]] (this Category); see also Gibson and Maddox’s “[[The X-Files, "Kill Switch"|Kill Switch]]” episode, also this Category.
    1 KB (166 words) - 22:41, 7 January 2015
  • '''THE X-FILES''' (TV title all capitals, with a circle around the "X"). Fox-TV. Chris Carter, creator and exec. prod. David Duchovny, Gillian
    300 bytes (44 words) - 23:07, 18 September 2021
  • '''THE X FILES: FIGHT THE FUTURE'''. Rob Bowman, dir. ...der Fiction) and more generally; cf. descent motif and what we might call "the ichneumon theme" in [[ALIEN (film)]] and [[ALIENS (film)]]. {{DEFAULTSORT:
    1 KB (162 words) - 12:35, 3 January 2015
  • ...cting the Subject and Mapping Cyberspace in the Wachowski Brothers' Film [[THE MATRIX]]." ''Extrapolation'' 41 (Winter 2000):000-000.
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  • '''"The Erlenmeyer Flask." ''The X-Files''.''' 15 May 1994. Fox-TV. R. W. Goodwin, dir. Chris Carter, script. ...''Cinefantastique'' 26.6/27.1 (Oct. 1995): 58, with a picture. NOTE: only the warehouse shot is relevant.
    498 bytes (72 words) - 13:11, 3 January 2015
  • ..."This."''' Season 11, episode 2 (second episode of main revival season for the series), through-numbering #210. Fox-TV 10 January 2018. Glen Morgan, direc ...aid with her own agenda. He buys Scully some time, who manages to turn off the simulation's servers, which later cannot be found once an FBI team returns
    3 KB (480 words) - 16:01, 26 August 2019
  • '''''The X-Files'': "Kill Switch."''' Fox-TV. Season 5, episode 11, #108 in series (15 Feb. ...mpulses moving through "a bag of meat and bones"; Esther's message back to the meat humans: "BITE ME."
    2 KB (239 words) - 16:05, 26 August 2019
  • '''''The X-Files'': "Rm9sbG93ZXJz"."''' Season 11, episode 7, through-numbering #217. Fox-TV ...IMDb and in the local TV listings for USPS Zip Code 93041 (presumably from the production company): "In a world of ever-increasing automation and artifici
    3 KB (380 words) - 01:54, 1 March 2018
  • ...nus_One_Singles>, which we link below. Includes "Tunnel Under the World," "The Roads Must Roll," "A Logic Named Joe," and other classic SF of interest:[ht
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  • ...otagonists' being trapped inside security systems (e.g., X-Files "Ghost in the Machine" episode).[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_in_the_Machine_%28The
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  • ...Linda Dalrymple. "Francis Picabia, Radiometers, and X-rays in 1913."''' ''The Art Bulletin'' 71 (Mar. 1989): 114-23. [[Category: Graphic & Plastic Arts]] ...his search for the invisible and for a higher reality as well as proof of the limits of human vision.
    644 bytes (98 words) - 15:36, 27 October 2014
  • '''''The X-Files'', "S.R. 819."''' Fox-TV (entertainment portion). Season 6, episode 9 (17 J ...f of remote-control of the nanobots potentially controlling Skinner. Still the episode is thriller/horror, with a touch of SF.
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  • ...st of Invisible Reality in the Art of [Frank] Kupka, [Marcel] Duchamp, and the Cubists."''' ''Art Journal'' 47 (Winter 1988): 323-40. [[Category: Graphic Kupka also called by the French and Czech forms of "Frank." See in this Category entry for L. D. Hen
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  • ...an be developed in later episodes (or not). See for motif of "the ghost in the machine."[http://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&
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  • ...ast Star-Child in [[2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (film)]] and the Pod-infant in [[THE MATRIX]] (both listed in this Category).
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  • ...ahl, Gary]]. "The Words That Could Happen: Science Fiction Neologisms and the Creation of Future Worlds." ''Extrapolation'' 34.3 (1993): 290-304. ...r of text pages and y is the average number of neologisms. Concludes that the study of neologisms in SF may be a way to reorient critical discussion, nec
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  • Comte, Auguste (more fully, I.-Auguste-M.-F.-X. Comte): Founder of the philosophical school of '''Positivism'''; see below, entries for H. Feigl o
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  • ..._Science_Fictionary], as featuring "a cyborg with the brain of a human and the body of a robot." [[Category: Drama]]
    303 bytes (46 words) - 18:11, 17 October 2014
  • ...Bennett Hough). ''Utopia Minus X''.''' New York: Ace, 1966. U.K. edn. as ''The Paw of God.'' London: Anthony Gibbs, 1967. [[Category: Fiction]]
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