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I.e. a potential mishmash of fox related titles.

I.e. Alien/Predator/BladeRunner/Terminator mishmashed together.

Obviously this would have to be a somewhat for fun type movie that is non canon, but it is curious to think how these movies could be blended together.

There's obviously been the soft Weyland Yutani crossover and Predator wouldn't be far off.

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Science Fiction - Reddit by /u/nervehearder - 11h ago

What if someone has cancer and we just kill them for 30 minutes and then bring them back to life once the cancer cells die out. People have stayed dead not recieving oxygen for periods of that length

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Science Fiction - Reddit by /u/chickeninstage4 - 17h ago

From The New Pigs of Future City 🕺 https://youtu.be/QdlVArlfwbI

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My girlfriend and I do this thing every now and again where we will go into a book store, separate and meet back with each other in 15 minutes with a book we think the other would read. This time she had brought back 2 books for me to choose from: 1 fantasy and 1 science fiction. The fantasy was Wizards First Rule and it was great. I very much wanted both, but those were not the rules so I decided to get the science fiction novel, the next time around. Well, I've been back to the same book store numerous times and the book has yet to show it's illusive pages again, at least not that I'm aware of because I can't remember the name of the Author or the book itself. The publisher's description said the series if books featured a group of hundreds of planets grouped together in a helix shape and the series followed the protagonist through their escapades from planet to planet. Has anyone heard of a book like this? Or by the grace of other bibliophile, comment a link to where I can purchase the first book in the series? Thanks for reading this long post, I'm just going crazy trying to find this series.

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