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16th Feb '18 11:08:41 AM Bosco13
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*** In the novel [=McCoy=] notes that the planetoid that he and Carol Marcus open the missile on must have an extremely dense core if it has Earthlike air and gravity.
16th Feb '18 11:06:26 AM Bosco13
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** ''[[Film/TheLastJedi]] Visual Dictionary'' said that The Resistance's [=StarFortress=] bombers are able to drop bombs in zero gravity by dropping the bombs through sequenced electromagnetic plates in the clip and then having magnets attract them to the enemy ship.

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** ''[[Film/TheLastJedi]] ''Film/TheLastJedi Visual Dictionary'' said that The Resistance's [=StarFortress=] bombers are able to drop bombs in zero gravity by dropping the bombs through sequenced electromagnetic plates in the clip and then having magnets attract them to the enemy ship.
16th Feb '18 11:05:44 AM Bosco13
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** ''[[Film/TheLastJedi]] Visual Dictionary'' said that The Resistance's [=StarFortress=] bombers are able to drop bombs in zero gravity by dropping the bombs through sequenced electromagnetic plates in the clip and then having magnets attract them to the enemy ship.
16th Feb '18 10:58:41 AM Bosco13
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** Pablo Hidalgo, who works for the
''lucasfilm Story Group'' said on Twitter when asked why characters in other solar systems could see Hosnian System's destruction in the sky "What they're seeing is some weird hand-wavy hyperspace rip. Side-effect of the Starkiller."

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** Pablo Hidalgo, who works for the
''lucasfilm
the ''Lucasfilm Story Group'' said on Twitter when asked why characters in other solar systems could see Hosnian System's destruction in the sky "What they're seeing is some weird hand-wavy hyperspace rip. Side-effect of the Starkiller."
16th Feb '18 10:57:40 AM Bosco13
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** Pablo Hidalgo, who works for the
''lucasfilm Story Group'' said on Twitter when asked why characters in other solar systems could see Hosnian System's destruction in the sky "What they're seeing is some weird hand-wavy hyperspace rip. Side-effect of the Starkiller."
16th Feb '18 10:49:26 AM Bosco13
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** The novelization to ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' says that Starkiller Base can instantly destroy planets in other solar systems by shooting through a deeper level of hyperspace called ''Sub-hyperspace''.
10th Feb '18 7:10:17 PM ritzoreo
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'''Creator/LucyLawless:''' Uh, yeah, well, whenever you notice something like that... a wizard did it.\\

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'''Creator/LucyLawless:''' Uh, yeah, well, whenever you notice something like that... [[TropeNamer a wizard did it.it]].\\
7th Feb '18 6:19:08 AM JoshCarter85
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Little Dipper", Mabel believes a wizard is what made Dipper grow. Hilarity ensues. In actuallity, Dipper found magic crystals that can make things grow... Or shrink.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode Sexual Healing; the government suspects that the origin of sex addiction is from a malevolent Alien Wizard. This is actually just an excuse to justify their own actions.


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Little Dipper", Mabel believes a wizard is what made Dipper grow. Hilarity ensues. In actuallity, Dipper found magic crystals that can make things grow... Or shrink.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode Sexual Healing; the government suspects that the origin of sex addiction is from a malevolent Alien Wizard. This is actually just an excuse to justify their own actions.
2nd Feb '18 6:32:29 PM nombretomado
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** In one outburst that became a MemeticMutation, Creator/BillOReilly attempted to do this when discussing tides, saying [[YouFailPhysicsForever "You can't explain that".]] This prompted NeilDeGrasseTyson to [[TemptingFate do exactly that,]][[note]]Tides are caused by the gravitational attraction of the Moon[[/note]] and to explain [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5dSyT50Cs8 the God of the Gaps]] and how that attitude is both detrimental to science and detrimental to God.

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** In one outburst that became a MemeticMutation, Creator/BillOReilly attempted to do this when discussing tides, saying [[YouFailPhysicsForever "You can't explain that".]] This prompted NeilDeGrasseTyson UsefulNotes/NeilDeGrasseTyson to [[TemptingFate do exactly that,]][[note]]Tides are caused by the gravitational attraction of the Moon[[/note]] and to explain [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5dSyT50Cs8 the God of the Gaps]] and how that attitude is both detrimental to science and detrimental to God.
16th Jan '18 2:33:56 AM Cryoclaste
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* This trope is in full effect in [[ZerothLawOfTropeExamples Shakespeare's]] last play: ''Theatre/TheTempest''. The plot begins with [[EccentricMentor Prospero]], a wizard, conjuring a storm which bring most of the other characters to his (Prospero's) island. From there on, nearly every plot development stems from some further act of magic by the wizard. Some LampshadeHanging also occurs, as the script repeatedly comments on magic being the solution to inconsistencies in the plot.

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* This trope is in full effect in [[ZerothLawOfTropeExamples [[JustForFun/ZerothLawOfTropeExamples Shakespeare's]] last play: ''Theatre/TheTempest''. The plot begins with [[EccentricMentor Prospero]], a wizard, conjuring a storm which bring most of the other characters to his (Prospero's) island. From there on, nearly every plot development stems from some further act of magic by the wizard. Some LampshadeHanging also occurs, as the script repeatedly comments on magic being the solution to inconsistencies in the plot.
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