M.A.R.
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Does animal tranquilizer really work as fast as we see on Dexter?
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TL;DR; All sedatives take at least 1 to 2 minutes before taking effect; hence, the immediate passing out seen often in Dexter is unrealistic. The biggest hindrance to opioids is BBB. Dexter uses a ...

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Why did the tripods make a loud horn sound?
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Out-of-universe, there's obviously the startling, unsettling primal instincts that Spielberg puts his fingers on with those huge horns. I don't live in the US or near a sea but I would totally ...

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Do astronauts really have to pay for pillows and blankets as shown in Ad Astra?
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I think you've entirely missed the point of the scene. It's trying to convey that in near future, space travel has become monetized; that, like most things on Earth, the interests of megacompanies are ...

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How did the kidney transplant work?
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Disclaimer: I'm practically a Willie, except younger. I have received a living-donor transplant, and now know a bit about the whole process. Although the details vary by region, the general process is ...

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Where did Beast end up while looking into the mirror?
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The way the different personalities change is depicted as something like a meeting where they sit around and when one of them 'grabs the light', which resembles taking over the consciousness of the ...

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Ned Stark finding out the bastard - mixed scenes?
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This is at least what happens in the books, so it passes for in-universe canon. I don't know how much can be inferred from the show and if it's consistent, but here goes: Ned inquired and found out ...

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