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* "The Grey Hat" features a terrorist group which has unleashed a worm intended to shut down a nuclear reactor's safety protocols to force it into meltdown and potentially cause another Chernobyl. ''In Los Angeles.''

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* "The Grey Hat" features a terrorist group which has unleashed a worm intended to shut down a nuclear reactor's safety protocols to force it into meltdown and potentially cause another Chernobyl. ''In Los Angeles.''''
** What makes that especially scary is how close the terrorists were to succeeding.


* "Cain and Gabriel" features a neurotoxin which is creepy and nightmarish: essentially it "disconnects" the head from the body, rendering one a quadriplegic.

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* "Cain and Gabriel" features a neurotoxin which is creepy and nightmarish: essentially it "disconnects" the head from the body, rendering one a quadriplegic.quadriplegic.
* "The Grey Hat" features a terrorist group which has unleashed a worm intended to shut down a nuclear reactor's safety protocols to force it into meltdown and potentially cause another Chernobyl. ''In Los Angeles.''


* "Cain and Gabriel" features a neurotoxin which is as creepy and nightmarish: essentially it "disconnects" the head from the body, rendering one a quadriplegic.

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* "Cain and Gabriel" features a neurotoxin which is as creepy and nightmarish: essentially it "disconnects" the head from the body, rendering one a quadriplegic.


* "Cain and Gabriel" features a neurotoxin which is believed to cause something akin to "Locked-in Syndrome", which is as creepy and nightmarish as it sounds: essentially your head is "disconnected" from your body.

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* "Cain and Gabriel" features a neurotoxin which is believed to cause something akin to "Locked-in Syndrome", which is as creepy and nightmarish as it sounds: nightmarish: essentially your it "disconnects" the head is "disconnected" from your body.the body, rendering one a quadriplegic.


* "Size Matters" deals with nanites, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill a target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.

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* "Size Matters" deals with nanites, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill a target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.Fuel}}.
* "Cain and Gabriel" features a neurotoxin which is believed to cause something akin to "Locked-in Syndrome", which is as creepy and nightmarish as it sounds: essentially your head is "disconnected" from your body.


** Especially when that technology is in the hands of someone like [[{{Yandere}} Mei Chen]]* In "Patient Zero", Gabriel says three previous volunteers never made it out of the black ops surgery alive. Two of the volunteers were killed, with one permanently paralyzed.

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** Especially when that technology is in the hands of someone like [[{{Yandere}} Mei Chen]]* Chen]]
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In "Patient Zero", Gabriel says three previous volunteers never made it out of the black ops surgery alive. Two of the volunteers were killed, with one permanently paralyzed.


* In "Patient Zero", Gabriel says three previous volunteers never made it out of the black ops surgery alive. Two of the volunteers were killed, with one permanently paralyzed.
* "Size Matters" deals with nanites, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill a target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.



** Especially when that technology is in the hands of someone like [[{{Yandere}} Mei Chen]]

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** Especially when that technology is in the hands of someone like [[{{Yandere}} Mei Chen]]Chen]]* In "Patient Zero", Gabriel says three previous volunteers never made it out of the black ops surgery alive. Two of the volunteers were killed, with one permanently paralyzed.
* "Size Matters" deals with nanites, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill a target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.


* The whole concept. Given that we now know that the government has spent the past decade plus building a virtual Panopticon, the idea that certain people can inescapably spy on you is prime ParanoiaFuel.

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* The whole concept. Given that we now know that the government has spent the past decade plus building a virtual Panopticon, the idea that certain people can inescapably spy on you is prime ParanoiaFuel.ParanoiaFuel.
** Especially when that technology is in the hands of someone like [[{{Yandere}} Mei Chen]]


* "Size Matters" deals with nanites, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill a target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.

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* "Size Matters" deals with nanites, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill a target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.Fuel}}.
* The whole concept. Given that we now know that the government has spent the past decade plus building a virtual Panopticon, the idea that certain people can inescapably spy on you is prime ParanoiaFuel.


* "Size Matters" deals with nanoviruses, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill it's target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.

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* "Size Matters" deals with nanoviruses, nanites, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill it's a target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.


* In "Patient Zero", Gabriel that three previous volunteers never made it out of the black ops surgery alive. The two volunteers were dead with one permanently paralyzed.

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* In "Patient Zero", Gabriel that says three previous volunteers never made it out of the black ops surgery alive. The two Two of the volunteers were dead killed, with one permanently paralyzed.


* 1X07 "Size Matters" deals with nanoviruses, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill it's target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.

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* 1X07 In "Patient Zero", Gabriel that three previous volunteers never made it out of the black ops surgery alive. The two volunteers were dead with one permanently paralyzed.
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"Size Matters" deals with nanoviruses, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill it's target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.


* 1X07 "Size Matters" deals with nanoviruses, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill it's target, [[ParanoiaFuel and no one would be the wiser.]]

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* 1X07 "Size Matters" deals with nanoviruses, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill it's target, [[ParanoiaFuel and no one would be the wiser.]]target as a virus would. Also counts as {{Paranoia Fuel}}.

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* 1X07 "Size Matters" deals with nanoviruses, robots invisible to the naked eye that can be manufactured to kill it's target, [[ParanoiaFuel and no one would be the wiser.]]

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