Plagiarus praepotens

Image: Bacteriaphage, acts like the plagiarus praepotens because of the way it takes the DNA from the host to reproduce. https://youtu.be/YI3tsmFsrOg Chemical A0-3959X.91 – 15, Plagiarus Praepotens Etymology Plagiarus= thief, in Latin | Praepotens= prae- +‎ potēns = before mighty, in latin Plagiarus = from Latin plagiarius "kidnapper, seducer, plunderer, one who kidnaps the child or slave …

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Fire in Lawrence of Arabia, Prometheus and Alien: Covenant

"T.E. Lawrence, eponymously of Arabia, but very much an Englishman, favoured pinching a burning match between his fingers to put it out. When asked by his colleague, William Potter, to reveal his trick -- how is it he so effectively extinguished the flame without hurting himself whatsoever -- Lawrence just smiled and said, "The trick, …

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Advent: Transmission D964ZB

CASE FILE ADVENT // COVENANT TRANSMISSION LOGS d.8 D964ZB Outpost Coordinate Relay Signal boost Gliese 581g.02/delay modification Origin: Covenant Colonization Vessel RA 3h 17m 8.0s | Dec -62° 37′ 41.1″ Bounce Trajectory Amplification Source KG-348 >>>HD 10180 designate HEX-5 >>>Nu Octantis designate X-1, LV-138 >>>Plutonian Outpost H-3 Processed: Suborbital Research Platform J Secured: WY–Kyoto Protocol Sequence Initiated…Commence transmission… David: I come to you …

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David, Weyland and the Prometheus Myth

Photo of Statue By Atoma (Public Domain) In Greek mythology, the Titan Prometheus had a reputation for being something of a clever trickster and he famously gave the human race the gift of fire and the skill of metalwork, an action for which he was punished by Zeus, who ensured every day that an eagle ate the liver of the Titan …

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Eitr

Eitr can be found on the Weyland Industries table of elements, its a mythical substance in Norse mythology. Believed to be the origin of all living things: the first giant Ymir was conceived from eitr. The substance is supposed to be very poisonous and is also produced by Jörmungandr (the Midgard serpent) and other serpents. Which makes a lot of …

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Gilgamesh flood myth

Photo By BabelStone (Own work), CC0 The Gilgamesh flood tablet XI carries another story besides the flood, it was included because in it the flood hero Utnapishtim; who's granted immortality by the gods. The hero challenges Gilgamesh to stay awake for six days and seven nights, but unfortunately for Gilgamesh he falls asleep immediately after being given …

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