SCI-FI


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SCI-FIScience Fiction
SCI-FIScan Chain Implemented Fault Injection (also seen as SCIFI)
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The companies sci-fi titles (SFX and Sci-Fi Now) compete closely and the available evidence showed that other magazines and online content only impose a limited competition constraint.
J y bo Gera tina Tes yed famo ar Epis tho the Cant play Sta ds Many of those attending came along dressed as their favourite characters from sci-fi shows.
Sci-fi thriller sequel, starring Christian Bale, Sam Worthington and Anton Yelchin.
Sci-fi thriller, starring Sanaa Lathan and Lance Henriksen.
Superman and Lord of the Rings were other highlights of the evening, which ended on a spinetingling note with music from sci-fi favourite ET.
Triple Bluff Canyon" is likewise heaped with clues echoing (and appropriating) the "impure array" of interests flagged in Smithson's writing: crystallography, geology, sci-fi, Borges, Poe, mythical cosmologies, and so on.
UNLIKE OTHER SCI-FI TALES ABOUT mutinous machines, The Matrix offers us an opportunity to think about the danger of using technology to escape the hard work of being human, to escape into an unreal world where we no longer have to acknowledge and confront evil or injustice.
Professor Ian Stewart, who lectures in chaos theory at Warwick University, hopes the same could happen with British sci-fi.
Fox Interactive, Los Angeles has announced that it is bringing the thrill of arcade pinball home with the "Fox Arcade: Sci-Fi Pinball.
Robert Longo's Johnny Mnemonic and Christian Duguay's Screamers have put Canada firmly on the international hipster sci-fi map.