I’m pretty sure that’s the Italian flag, since according to one of the Doctor Who wikis Italy was playing the part of New Mexico.
Since you brought it up...
This was actually a plot point in a G.I. Joe episode (starting in the bottom half of the second page).
So long, all the fish. And thanks!
Since Scarlett was in counter-intelligence, her crossbow was a nod to the “Big Joe 5” used by the OSS during World War II.
Google “nacre theory”.
It’s been tried by better folk than us.
Pretty much all the Soviet-era probes had pressurized interiors, simply because it made the QC requirements for their electronics more forgiving.
Now that’s just bad business.
It looked much cooler when National Geographic illustrated it.
BTW, this guy in the suit is a Luftwaffe pilot for the Third Reich.
Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle - if they stare at it long enough, maybe its momentum will become uncertain and it will safely fly off into the sky.
Sorry, I had my pooter set to silent-but-deadly.
And of course, a vestige of that system remains in the United States with the Electoral College.
There’s also their attempt to go back in time and shoot the Second Amendment. Trust me, watch it to the end.
I think so.
This illustration has been floating around for a while - the idea is that Pac-Man is actually an astronaut trapped on a derelict space station and haunted by the (literal? figurative?) ghosts of his fellow crew members. He eats food pills (the regular dots) to stay alive and takes anti-anxiety pills (the power…
I think that’s Nuka-Cola, so this would be someone from Fallout.