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18th Sep '15 10:51:06 PM Argon2
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[[AC:Music]] * The song "Pack Up, We're Moving" by My Heart To Fear describes Earth as a 'place of endless pain': -->''Where the best of men are broken -->And where the best of men are made...''
27th Jun '15 6:10:43 AM DeisTheAlcano
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* This a major theme in ''Film/PacificRim''. As soon as it's made clear that no one is safe from the {{Kaiju}}s, humans create the [[HumongousMecha Jaegers]] to defend themselves and they prove incredibly effective. The only reason Kaijus are still a threat is because stronger versions of them keep appearing after increasingly shorter intervals. Midway through the movie, it's revealed that [[spoiler:the Kaijus are beings enginereed to actively destroy humanity]] but humans do such a good job at surviving that they manage to [[spoiler:kill their creators]]. Ironically, the attacks started because humans [[spoiler:inadvertedly facilitated the invasion of Earth by polluting the atmosphere]].
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* This is a major theme in ''Film/PacificRim''. As soon as it's made clear that no one is safe from the {{Kaiju}}s, humans create the [[HumongousMecha Jaegers]] to defend themselves and they prove incredibly effective. The only reason Kaijus are still a threat is because stronger versions of them keep appearing after increasingly shorter intervals. Midway through the movie, it's revealed that [[spoiler:the Kaijus are beings enginereed to actively destroy humanity]] but humans do such a good job at surviving that they manage to [[spoiler:kill their creators]]. Ironically, the attacks started because humans [[spoiler:inadvertedly facilitated the invasion of Earth by polluting the atmosphere]].
26th Jun '15 7:38:34 PM DeisTheAlcano
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* This a major theme in ''Film/PacificRim''. As soon as it's made clear that no one is safe from the {{Kaiju}}s, humans create the [[HumongousMecha Jaegers]] to defend themselves and they prove incredibly effective. The only reason Kaijus are still a threat is because stronger versions of them keep appearing after increasingly shorter intervals. Midway through the movie, it's revealed that [[spoiler:the Kaijus are beings enginereed to actively destroy humanity]] but humans do such a good job at surviving that they manage to [[spoiler:kill the their creators]]. Ironically, the attacks started because humans [[spoiler:inadvertedly helped the Kaijus' creators invade Earth by polluting the atmosphere]].
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* This a major theme in ''Film/PacificRim''. As soon as it's made clear that no one is safe from the {{Kaiju}}s, humans create the [[HumongousMecha Jaegers]] to defend themselves and they prove incredibly effective. The only reason Kaijus are still a threat is because stronger versions of them keep appearing after increasingly shorter intervals. Midway through the movie, it's revealed that [[spoiler:the Kaijus are beings enginereed to actively destroy humanity]] but humans do such a good job at surviving that they manage to [[spoiler:kill the their creators]]. Ironically, the attacks started because humans [[spoiler:inadvertedly helped facilitated the Kaijus' creators invade invasion of Earth by polluting the atmosphere]].
26th Jun '15 7:28:28 PM DeisTheAlcano
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Could anybody expand on this Zero Context Example from Firefly?
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* This a major theme in ''Film/PacificRim''. As soon as it's made clear that no one is safe from the {{Kaiju}}s, humans create the [[HumongousMecha Jaegers]] to defend themselves and they prove incredibly effective. The only reason Kaijus are still a threat is because stronger versions of them keep appearing after increasingly shorter intervals. Midway through the movie, it's revealed that [[spoiler:the Kaijus are beings enginereed to actively destroy humanity]] but humans do such a good job at surviving that they manage to [[spoiler:kill the their creators]]. Ironically, the attacks started because humans [[spoiler:inadvertedly helped the Kaijus' creators invade Earth by polluting the atmosphere]].

* ''Series/{{Firefly}}''. Like ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', we take to the stars.
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* %%* ''Series/{{Firefly}}''. Like ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', we take to the stars.
8th Jun '15 5:33:44 AM RokuroCarisu
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* The population of the aptly named "death worlds" in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. Due to natural (and sometimes not-quite-natural) selection, these planets are basically breeding grounds for [[{{Badass}} Badasses]], who fill the ranks of the most renown Imperial Guard regiments as well as Space Marine chapters.
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* The population of the [[EverythingTryingToKillYou aptly named "death worlds" worlds"]] in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. Due to natural (and sometimes not-quite-natural) selection, these planets are basically breeding grounds for [[{{Badass}} Badasses]], who fill the ranks of the most renown Imperial Guard regiments as well as Space Marine chapters.
8th Jun '15 4:47:34 AM RokuroCarisu
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* The population of the aptly named "death worlds" in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. Due to natural (and sometimes not-quite-natural) selection, these planets are basically breeding grounds for [{{Badass}} Badasses], who fill the ranks of the most renown Imperial Guard regiments as well as Space Marine chapters.
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* The population of the aptly named "death worlds" in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. Due to natural (and sometimes not-quite-natural) selection, these planets are basically breeding grounds for [{{Badass}} Badasses], [[{{Badass}} Badasses]], who fill the ranks of the most renown Imperial Guard regiments as well as Space Marine chapters.
8th Jun '15 4:35:01 AM RokuroCarisu
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* The population of the aptly named "death worlds" in Warhammer40000. Due to natural (and sometimes not-quite-natural) selection, these planets are basically breeding grounds for [{{Badass}} Badasses], who fill the ranks of the most renown Imperial Guard regiments as well as Space Marine chapters.
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* The population of the aptly named "death worlds" in Warhammer40000.''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. Due to natural (and sometimes not-quite-natural) selection, these planets are basically breeding grounds for [{{Badass}} Badasses], who fill the ranks of the most renown Imperial Guard regiments as well as Space Marine chapters.
8th Jun '15 4:29:10 AM RokuroCarisu
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* The population of the aptly named "death worlds" in Warhammer40000. Due to natural (and sometimes not-quite-natural) selection, these planets are basically breeding grounds for [{{Badass}} Badasses], who fill the ranks of the most renown Imperial Guard regiments as well as Space Marine chapters.
25th Apr '15 6:32:21 PM JoeMerl
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* In ''{{Literature/Animorphs}},'' this is part of the reason that [[PredecessorVillain Visser One]] chose to start a ''secret'' invasion of Earth--our history has shown that humans will [[LastStand refuse to back down from much stronger opponents]] and somehow still win. Combined with the fact that humans are a lot more numerous than any other species, even the [[PuppeteerParasite Yeerks]]' vastly superior technology probably wouldn't stand a chance.
9th Mar '15 10:02:05 AM LongLiveHumour
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-->-- '''[[DoctorWho The Doctor]]''', ''[[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS12E2TheArkInSpace}} The Ark in Space]]''
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-->-- '''[[DoctorWho '''[[Series/DoctorWho The Doctor]]''', ''[[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS12E2TheArkInSpace}} The Ark in Space]]''
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