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In the end, it doesn’t matter a damn bit. We thought we were special, opening our perceptions, honing our empathy, spilling that cauldron of shared pain on to the dancefloor of language and then trying to make a minuet out of all that chaotic hurt.
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The Great Explosion by Eric Frank Russell
Hardcover: Dennis Dobson, 13/6, 203pp, 1962 
The prologue tells us that the result of Joahannes Pretorius van der Camp Blieder’s fixation on levitating a coin was the accidental invention of a stardrive and the result of that was “the Great Explosion,” or the diaspora of every weirdo from Earth to the stars. 1,406 more words
Alien: Specimen is a 2019 short horror film by director Kelsey Taylor.
It’s the night shift in a colony greenhouse, and Julie, a botanist, does her best to contain suspicious soil samples that have triggered her sensitive lab dog. 160 more words
Alien Lockdown is an American television film that premiered on the Sci-Fi Channel on 07 February 2004. It was directed by Tim Cox.
After an experiment to make the ultimate weapon goes wrong, a team of commandos is sent into a genetic research lab and end up getting stalked by a creature that looks a lot like the Predator. 270 more words