Flora: Seed Pod

Magnolia Seed Pod 1. Annonalceae bilianas Annoya, Amonidium The Bilianus Annoya, species is a homophalic-based subgenus of Indocartella. Monophyli and all relative sub classes appear to be a combination of unbound sexualogical interspecies breeding. 2. The Bilianus Annoya, is homophalic-based Monophyli and all relative subclasses appear to be a subgenus of Indocartella Annoya, Amonidium Annonalceae …

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Flora: Latex Reeds

Latex Reeds 1. Use of Local: Naturally occurring latex and silks for restraint and restriction 2. Latex and silks for restraint and restriction 3. Local flora latex and silks I have identified these reeds as Typha, an aquatic and semi aquatic plant. It was probably selected because of its phallic shape, not to mention its …

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GLIESE 667 CC: Morrison Outpost

WEYLAND MEGACORP ARCHIVES MARS: GLIESE 667 CC: Morrison Outpost[1] TERRAFORMED: 2033 - 2042 POPULATION: 2,300,000 ESTABLISHED: 2043* INDUSTRY: Mining, Refining.    NOTES: The colony was named after Captain Susan Morrison, whos deep space exploration vessel was lost in the Gliese system. KEY RESOURCES: Uranium[2], Zinc[3], Nickel[4].     On 19 October 2009, the team who …

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IM 80 (Coming soon) | Weyland Industries Featured Products

https://youtu.be/Ej9qsTQ4IRU The IM 80 (Igneous/Metamorphic) Rock Processor is designed to improve the quality of life on off-world colonies with adverse indigenous terrain. There are some interesting parallels to consider the relationship with Fire in Prometheus and its meaning and the constant references to Satan, The Underworld and David. EtymologyThe word "igneous" is derived from the Latin ignis, …

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Fungi: Poisonous Fungi

Poisonous Fungi 1. Berala-Lidcombe Berala-Lidcombe is a genus of toxic fungi in the order of Hymenogastraceaed, family Agaricalesi 2. Berala-Lidcombe Berala-Lidcombe is a genus of toxic fungi in the order of Hymenogastraceaed, family Agaricalesi 3. Berala-Lidcombe Berala-Lidcombe is a genus of toxic fungi in the order of Hymenogastraceaed, family Agaricalesi David's Drawings Lidcombe is a place in Australia in the suburb of Auburn. On the …

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Fauna: Pi Pi Shells

Pi Pi Shells 1. Ancylocerapina The Ancylocerapina were a coretra suborder of ammonitea, evidently related to the sub-order Lypouatina Fig Y Half Shell Fig X Open Sleeve Fig Z Innards Cavity 2. Fig Y Half Shell 3. Fig X Open Sleeve 4. Fig Z Innards Cavity Information from Wikipedia: Paphies australis or pipi (from the …

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Atmosphere Processor | Weyland Industries Featured Products

https://youtu.be/wWg8PRr5Z5A Transcription This proprietary system creates a localised environment in the lowest atmospheric strata by mining the surrounding air and delivering electrostatic charge to correct the chemical composition of the planetary atmosphere. The system does this by converting toxic compounds into a breathable air ratio of approximately 1:3.1 oxygen to nitrogen ratio, depending on a …

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Insects: Mote Drawings

Re-filed into Insects from Fungi Mote Drawings1. Cilia strands for airborne transferEgg sac inline to ovipositor/drill/proboscisAlternating diagonal muscle strands for puncture and incubation2. Mote Drawing3a. Single Mote breaks from swarmImplants into hostProboscis drills into dermisPassing eggs through duel  proboscis/ovipositor to inseminate host3b. Single Mote breaks from swarmImplants into hostProboscis drills into dermisPassing eggs through duel  proboscis/ovipositor to inseminate host4. Leg Detail5. Ovipositor DetailVascular StructureDermal LayerMuscle Strands6. Egg …

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EUROPA

WEYLAND MEGACORP ARCHIVES EUROPA [1] TERRAFORMED: N/APOPULATION: 0ESTABLISHED: Discovered 1610* INDUSTRY: Research NOTES: In 2040, micro-organisms were found on Europa under thin layers of ice, near thermal vents - currently monitored by an orbital research station KEY RESOURCES: None Artist’s illustration of Jupiter and Europa (in the foreground) with the Galileo spacecraft after its pass through …

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