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9th Nov '16 8:45:25 AM nombretomado
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* In the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, a number of fringe theories are quite true, including the Counter-Earth idea and the underlying explanation of nearly all non-magical superpowers deriving from JackKirby's use of AncientAstronauts in the 1970s series ''Comicbook/TheEternals''. Similarly, from the 1980s to TheNewTens, TimeTravel obeyed the rules of the many-worlds hypothesis as well.

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* In the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, a number of fringe theories are quite true, including the Counter-Earth idea and the underlying explanation of nearly all non-magical superpowers deriving from JackKirby's Creator/JackKirby's use of AncientAstronauts in the 1970s series ''Comicbook/TheEternals''. Similarly, from the 1980s to TheNewTens, TimeTravel obeyed the rules of the many-worlds hypothesis as well.
18th Sep '16 12:55:18 PM eaterofworlds
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* The ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "Dark Heart" gives us a working example of a Von Neumann machine, an unproven concept in engineering. Unsurprisingly, the episode was written by Warren Ellis, mentioned above in the comic book examples section.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "Dark Heart" gives us a working example of a Von Neumann machine, an unproven concept in engineering. Unsurprisingly, the episode was written by Warren Ellis, mentioned above in the comic book examples section. SCPFoundation lives and breathes this trope. Not only they're true but they're also terrifying.


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* The ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "Dark Heart" gives us a working example of a Von Neumann machine, an unproven concept in engineering. Unsurprisingly, the episode was written by Warren Ellis, mentioned above in the comic book examples section.
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14th Aug '16 3:01:56 PM nombretomado
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-->-- ''On Trunks proving time travel in DragonBallZAbridged''

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5th Aug '16 12:58:08 PM nombretomado
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* For its part, the DCUniverse has long relied on the parallel-worlds theory, an inheritance from its prominence TheGoldenAgeOfScienceFiction. Writer Gardner Fox and editor Julius Schwartz were heavily involved in that industry before and while they worked in comics, explaining its use as the spine of the comics' cosmology.

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* For its part, the DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse has long relied on the parallel-worlds theory, an inheritance from its prominence TheGoldenAgeOfScienceFiction. Writer Gardner Fox and editor Julius Schwartz were heavily involved in that industry before and while they worked in comics, explaining its use as the spine of the comics' cosmology.
15th Jun '16 4:49:52 PM Doug86
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* In the MarvelUniverse, a number of fringe theories are quite true, including the Counter-Earth idea and the underlying explanation of nearly all non-magical superpowers deriving from JackKirby's use of AncientAstronauts in the 1970s series ''Comicbook/TheEternals''. Similarly, from the 1980s to TheNewTens, TimeTravel obeyed the rules of the many-worlds hypothesis as well.

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* In the MarvelUniverse, Franchise/MarvelUniverse, a number of fringe theories are quite true, including the Counter-Earth idea and the underlying explanation of nearly all non-magical superpowers deriving from JackKirby's use of AncientAstronauts in the 1970s series ''Comicbook/TheEternals''. Similarly, from the 1980s to TheNewTens, TimeTravel obeyed the rules of the many-worlds hypothesis as well.
11th Jun '16 4:08:00 PM Doug86
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* The uses of the ether theory in the CthulhuMythos is an example of this trope rather than ScienceMarchesOn, as the theory had been disproven some decades before and the Mythos elsewhere uses elements of the relativistic theories that displaced the assumptions behind the ether.

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* The uses of the ether theory in the CthulhuMythos Franchise/CthulhuMythos is an example of this trope rather than ScienceMarchesOn, as the theory had been disproven some decades before and the Mythos elsewhere uses elements of the relativistic theories that displaced the assumptions behind the ether.
9th Mar '16 11:59:50 AM CNCfan101
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** While it isn't outright stated, it's heavily implied that the Allies (and later the Soviet's) messing with the timeline has damaged the constancy of space-time, with the laws of physics becoming looser to accommodate the damaged continuity. This has allowed all of the stranger weapons we see in the first and later games, and why things get so much crazier in the third game.
3rd Feb '16 8:14:32 PM Fireblood
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* In ''Series/{{Sliders}}'', the existence of the Kromaggs (humanoid creatures that evolved instead of ''Homo sapiens'' in various parallel universes) is ascribed to "Killer Ape Theory," which was a theory held by many 19th century naturalists about early ''human'' evolution. Notable in that in the real world, Killer Ape Theory tried (very inadequately) to explain the divergence between humans and the other apes, in the show the theory was appropriated to explain the divergence between Homo sapiens and Kromaggs from a common stock. And guess where the name "Kromagg" comes from?

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* In ''Series/{{Sliders}}'', the existence of the Kromaggs (humanoid creatures that evolved instead of ''Homo sapiens'' in various parallel universes) is ascribed to "Killer Ape Theory," which was a controversial theory held by many 19th century naturalists in the 1950s about early ''human'' evolution. Notable in that in Notably the real world, Killer Ape Theory tried (very inadequately) tries to explain the divergence between humans and the other apes, while in the show the theory was appropriated to explain the divergence between Homo sapiens and Kromaggs from a common stock. And guess where the name "Kromagg" comes from?
6th Jan '16 1:51:50 PM FF32
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---> Gohan remarking Trunks proving time travel in DragonBallZAbridged

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* JamesJoyce frequently uses the archaic cosmological ideas of Giambattista Vico in his literary works; ''Literature/FinnegansWake in particular uses vico's version of eternal return as one of its basic structural principles.

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* JamesJoyce Creator/JamesJoyce frequently uses the archaic cosmological ideas of Giambattista Vico in his literary works; ''Literature/FinnegansWake in particular uses vico's version of eternal return as one of its basic structural principles.
6th Dec '15 5:33:41 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/GrantMorrison loves treating fringe science claims as true in his comics, whether it's the "morphogenetic field" in ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'' or Masaru Emoto's theory that water has feelings coming true in a chapter of ''SevenSoldiers''.

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* Creator/GrantMorrison loves treating fringe science claims as true in his comics, whether it's the "morphogenetic field" in ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'' or Masaru Emoto's theory that water has feelings coming true in a chapter of ''SevenSoldiers''.''ComicBook/SevenSoldiers''.
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