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16th May '18 11:05:31 AM CanuckGod
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* Likewise with ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' (sans the ring), ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' included a donut shaped planet with a third pole in the Season 6 episode [[Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E12BlinkOfAnEye Blink Of An Eye]].

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* Likewise with ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' (sans the ring), ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' included a donut shaped planet with a third pole [[note]]said pole being Voyager itself[[/note]] in the Season 6 episode [[Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E12BlinkOfAnEye Blink Of An Eye]].
16th May '18 11:00:45 AM CanuckGod
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* Likewise with ''Series/{{Lexx}}'', ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' included a donut shaped planet with a third pole in the Season 6 episode [[Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E12BlinkOfAnEye Blink Of An Eye]].

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* Likewise with ''Series/{{Lexx}}'', ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' (sans the ring), ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' included a donut shaped planet with a third pole in the Season 6 episode [[Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E12BlinkOfAnEye Blink Of An Eye]].
16th May '18 10:58:34 AM CanuckGod
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* Likewise with ''Series/{{Lexx}}'', ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' included a donut shaped planet with a third pole in the Season 6 episode [[Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E12BlinkOfAnEye Blink Of An Eye]].
6th Mar '18 7:05:27 AM Lloigor
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* During an arc in ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'', Opus is put on trial for teaching "Penguin evolution", in a riff on ''Theatre/InheritTheWind''. At one point, the prosecution introduces an expert witness on the subject of "penguin creationism". Unfortunately for the prosecution, the witness is a bit of a CloudCuckooLander;

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* During an arc in ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'', Opus is put on trial for teaching "Penguin evolution", in a riff on ''Theatre/InheritTheWind''. At one point, the prosecution introduces an expert witness on the subject of "penguin creationism". Unfortunately for the prosecution, the witness is a bit of a CloudCuckooLander;CloudCuckooLander:



* Synestia: a more or less doughnut shaped planet. It doesn't stay as that for a particularly long period(relative to the billions of years of a star system) but still pretty long relative to human life span.

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* Synestia: a more or less doughnut shaped more-or-less doughnut-shaped planet. It doesn't stay as that for a particularly long period(relative period (relative to the billions of years of a star system) but still pretty long relative to human life span.
27th Feb '18 1:09:00 AM stanestane
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* ''Series/ALF'': ALF's home world Melmac is a pear shaped planet.

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* ''Series/ALF'': ''{{ALF}}'': ALF's home world Melmac is a pear shaped planet.
27th Feb '18 1:07:57 AM stanestane
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* ''WesternAnimation/ALF'': ALF's home world Melmac is a pear shaped planet.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ALF'': ''Series/ALF'': ALF's home world Melmac is a pear shaped planet.
27th Feb '18 1:03:00 AM stanestane
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* ''WesternAnimation/ALF'': ALF's home world Melmac is a pear shaped planet.
17th Feb '18 8:16:25 AM LordInsane
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* It is stated in the endgame that some or all of the worlds on which the ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic'' series takes place [[spoiler: are actually giant spaceships]]. The worlds of the fourth and fifth games are the front and backside of a large flat rectangle; playing both games in sequence gives you an extra endgame that (somehow) lets you combine these into a sphere.
** Sadly, ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagic V'' and ''VideoGame/DarkMessiah'' reboot the series into a somewhat unique but completely standard fantasy setting, without any of the old science fiction elements.

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* It is stated in the endgame that some or all of the worlds on which the ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic'' series takes place [[spoiler: are actually giant spaceships]]. The worlds of the fourth and fifth games are the front and backside of a large flat rectangle; playing both games in sequence gives you an extra endgame that (somehow) lets you combine these into a sphere.
** Sadly, ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagic V'' and ''VideoGame/DarkMessiah'' reboot the series into a somewhat unique but completely standard fantasy setting, without any of the old science fiction elements. [[spoiler: And then ''Might & Magic X'' implied it still takes place in the old setting (just on a world that has forgotten it and lacks any obvious SF elements)... amongst other things by an astronomer character mentioning he'd seen flat worlds during a time when the heavens were unusually clear]].
22nd Jan '18 12:10:28 AM Mythsearcher
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However, real life is fantastic, and offers us the possibility of "Synestia", a more or less Doughnut Shaped Planet.


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* Synestia: a more or less doughnut shaped planet. It doesn't stay as that for a particularly long period(relative to the billions of years of a star system) but still pretty long relative to human life span.
24th Dec '17 10:31:19 AM WilliamRadarStorm
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** The Battlefield, from i's sister series {{Homestuck}}, actually changes shape. It starts as small flat world, then becomes a larger flat world, then a cube, then finally ends up as a sphere.

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** The Battlefield, from i's sister series {{Homestuck}}, Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}, actually changes shape. It starts as small flat world, then becomes a larger flat world, then a cube, then finally ends up as a sphere.
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