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  • The movie "i robot" could serve as a prelude to how humanity finally begins to explore the stars. the story on the "eternals" can be made as a prelude to a prelude and like i have narrated the story, a start from the beginning, "the Eternals" is the best place to begin. what follows next is of course debatable.

    Foundation: The Movie

  • Creator commentary at the end of each episode says, "We would love to keep making episodes of The Ennead, so if you enjoy the show, please subscribe to our YouTube channel or help spread the word by embedding an episode ..." begins as a simple five-strangers-wake-up-in-the-woods-without-their-memories story, but quickly moves on to a larger tale about searching for nine "eternals" called The Ennead on the eve of the apocalypse.

    Everyday Goddess

  • And yet they are not three eternals: but one eternal.

    Ss Petri & Pauli

  • And such eternals lie closer to an older person than to a younger one oscillating between fear and hope.

    Krista Tippett: Albert Einstein's Faith: Was the Great Physicist Spiritual?

  • But what can the woodsorrel and the mourning-dove, who deal only with eternals, know of the thorny sociabilities of human living?

    One Writer

  • Where Rationalism abstracts to the eternals of law, the Platonic essence, denying the moments of life, where Romanticism revels in the moments of life, the Byronic existence, denying the eternals of law, Modernism's project is to reconcile the two in the eternal moment.

    The Eternal Moment of Modernity

  • And yet they are not three eternals, but one eternal.

    Trinity Sunday

  • As for thor being a god, hmm well one of the eternals called the forgotten one mopped up the asgardians and he isnt a god.

    Thor vs Superman - who ya got?

  • Farewell to music, and the sound of song; to the marriage of instruments, where the concord of soft and harsh unites in sweet harmony, and gives wings to the panting listeners, whereby to climb heaven, and learn the hidden pleasures of the eternals! —

    The Last Man

  • He is no doubt one of the eternals, but he is one of those of the 19th century, and if all its elements be classed together in the next they would make but a poor substitute for a Shakespeare.

    Life and Remains of John Clare "The Northamptonshire Peasant Poet"

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