History WMG / DarkCity

15th Jan '16 11:33:13 AM pittsburghmuggle
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If the city was designed from the memories of those abducted (which is likely), the technology level and aesthetics peg it as being in the 1950s or the very early 60s at the latest.
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If the city was designed from the memories of those abducted (which is likely), the technology level and aesthetics peg it as being in the 1950s or the very early 60s at the latest.latest. [[WMG: ''Film/TheSignal2014'' a prequel to Dark City.]] The part we see in ''The Signal'' is just a side experiment leading up to Dark City. Heck, someone even saves a fish!
17th Nov '15 1:33:21 PM demonfiren
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* It makes simple sense, the Stangers created the super suit to protect humanity and keep the human race alive so they can reap humans to do experiments in Dark City.
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* It makes simple sense, the Stangers Strangers created the super suit to protect humanity and keep the human race alive so they can reap humans to do experiments in Dark City.
14th Nov '15 4:28:51 PM weswes
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* The suit basically has an internal, simple version, of the Tuning mechanism more or less allowing the wearer to Tune giving him an array of seeming super powers.
14th Nov '15 4:27:43 PM weswes
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[[WMG: The Strangers are the same aliens from the Greatest American Hero]] Both aliens use re-animated human corpses as bodies. * It makes simple sense, the Stangers created the super suit to protect humanity and keep the human race alive so they can reap humans to do experiments in Dark City.
18th May '15 8:10:02 AM redfox5367
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*Damn...
3rd Jan '15 7:37:07 AM astrakhan
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While nobody remembers Earth anymore, it's probably not too far away: the Strangers didn't go looking for any more races to populate their city, so it's probably still in our solar system. Once Murdoch took to asking what lay beyond the city, it would be a simple matter for him to make a big observatory telescope and start looking around to see what else might be orbiting this star. Once he found Earth, he kicked the engines into gear and propelled the whole city home. The reason we don't see a sequel detailing this is because this part of the story would actually be pretty boring to watch, as he and the other citizens start finding out all kinds of fascinating things about our world and its solar system that we viewers already know.
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While nobody remembers Earth anymore, it's probably not too far away: the Strangers didn't go looking for any more races to populate their city, so it's probably still in our solar system. Once Murdoch took to asking what lay beyond the city, it would be a simple matter for him to make a big observatory telescope and start looking around to see what else might be orbiting this star. Once he found Earth, he kicked the engines into gear and propelled the whole city home. The reason we don't see a sequel detailing this is because this part of the story would actually be pretty boring to watch, as he and the other citizens start finding out all kinds of fascinating things about our world and its solar system that we viewers already know.know. [[WMG: The people aboard the city were abducted in the 1950s.]] If the city was designed from the memories of those abducted (which is likely), the technology level and aesthetics peg it as being in the 1950s or the very early 60s at the latest.
30th Sep '14 2:27:18 PM Mythology1
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[[WMG: Mr.Hand was Riff-Raff]] As in the body he inhabited was. On there way back to Transylvania after the events of the film, Riff Raff and Magenta end up encountering The Strangers. Things go awry as the alien life-forms clash, and Riff Raff ends up killed in the resulting confrontation. Then the Strangers decide to make use of the available body to give Mr.Hand a vessel. Upon awakening in his new form, Magenta is murdered by what used to be her brother and Mr.Hand takes his place among the ranks. His flares of temper, sadism, disobedience, and awareness of a better existence after the imprint could be remnants of Riff-Raff's personality resurfacing as the hive mind wanes and he gains more freedom and control of himself.
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[[WMG: Mr.Hand was Riff-Raff]] [[RockyHorrorPictureShow Riff-Raff]].]] As in the body he inhabited was. On there their way back to Transylvania after the events of the film, Riff Raff and Magenta end up encountering The Strangers. Things go awry as the alien life-forms clash, and Riff Raff ends up killed in the resulting confrontation. Then the Strangers decide to make use of the available body to give Mr.Hand a vessel. Upon awakening in his new form, Magenta is murdered by what used to be her brother and Mr.Hand takes his place among the ranks. His flares of temper, sadism, disobedience, and awareness of a better existence after the imprint could be remnants of Riff-Raff's personality resurfacing as the hive mind wanes and he gains more freedom and control of himself.
30th Sep '14 2:18:22 PM Mythology1
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[[WMG: Mr.Hand was Riff-Raff]] As in the body he inhabited was. On there way back to Transylvania after the events of the film, Riff Raff and Magenta end up encountering The Strangers. Things go awry as the alien life-forms clash, and Riff Raff ends up killed in the resulting confrontation. Then the Strangers decide to make use of the available body to give Mr.Hand a vessel. Upon awakening in his new form, Magenta is murdered by what used to be her brother and Mr.Hand takes his place among the ranks. His flares of temper, sadism, disobedience, and awareness of a better existence after the imprint could be remnants of Riff-Raff's personality resurfacing as the hive mind wanes and he gains more freedom and control of himself.
14th Jul '14 4:50:04 PM DrImpossible
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* Technically, the Bible actually says God created the ''universe'' first, though it does mention waters being a part of that universe before anything had any form to it. Then God created ''light''... the sun and stars came later. John Murdoch doesn't quite measure up to being God, but he's definitely plagiarizing his methods for constructing a world from all the right sources.
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* Technically, the Bible actually says God created the ''universe'' first, though it does mention waters being a part of that universe before anything had any form to it. Then God created ''light''... the sun and stars came later. John Murdoch doesn't quite measure up to being God, but he's definitely plagiarizing his methods for constructing a world from all the right sources.might have still created our world, though.
29th May '14 7:43:25 AM Nakuyabi
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* God doesn't create water in the Bible. Water was always there, just like God... ** John Murdoch created Water first, and then God
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* Technically, the Bible actually says God doesn't create water in created the Bible. Water was always there, just like God... ** ''universe'' first, though it does mention waters being a part of that universe before anything had any form to it. Then God created ''light''... the sun and stars came later. John Murdoch created Water first, and then Goddoesn't quite measure up to being God, but he's definitely plagiarizing his methods for constructing a world from all the right sources.

Realizing that knowing the truth people on the Dark City were going nuts due to the limited size of their environment and knowledge they were in a fake world Murdock created a neural simulation, erased everyone's memories and entered them into the simulation. He created a race of machines to keep the bodies safe, then he entered the simulation himself. This is why they have the belief that there was a man born inside the Matrix who could remake it however he wanted, they were close to correct. However as the experiments of Dark City showed the human soul could not be entirely programmed or controlled, hence they rejected the fake reality and entire crops were lost, until an intuitive program came up with a solution. Outside of the neural simulation Zion is built on the remains of the Dark City, which is why the outside world is so limited in its size from what we've seen.
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Realizing that knowing the truth people on the Dark City were going nuts due to the limited size of their environment and knowledge they were in a fake world Murdock created a neural simulation, erased everyone's memories and entered them into the simulation. He created a race of machines to keep the bodies safe, then he entered the simulation himself. This is why they have the belief that there was a man born inside the Matrix who could remake it however he wanted, they were close to correct. However as the experiments of Dark City showed the human soul could not be entirely programmed or controlled, hence they rejected the fake reality and entire crops were lost, until an intuitive program came up with a solution. Outside of the neural simulation Zion is built on the remains of the Dark City, which is why the outside world is so limited in its size from what we've seen.seen. [[WMG: After John Murdoch got bored with micro-managing Dark City (in about a week), he went looking for home.]] While nobody remembers Earth anymore, it's probably not too far away: the Strangers didn't go looking for any more races to populate their city, so it's probably still in our solar system. Once Murdoch took to asking what lay beyond the city, it would be a simple matter for him to make a big observatory telescope and start looking around to see what else might be orbiting this star. Once he found Earth, he kicked the engines into gear and propelled the whole city home. The reason we don't see a sequel detailing this is because this part of the story would actually be pretty boring to watch, as he and the other citizens start finding out all kinds of fascinating things about our world and its solar system that we viewers already know.
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