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#31 - no one else sounds like him, man, I'll miss him 12/29/2015 on Lemmy +1
#77 - Damn I knew I got that backward, size increases down a column … 12/27/2015 on Size comparrisons 0
#74 - What atom, per say? I mean I highly doubt all nucli are the sa…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/27/2015 on Size comparrisons -1
#76 - anonymoose (12/27/2015) [-]
A helium atom is smaller than a hydrogen atom.
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#77 - franklyimaperson (12/27/2015) [-]
Damn I knew I got that backward, size increases down a column and decreases across a period

Still curious what atom they were talking about
#43 - It is also hard to directly compare them since all previous av… 12/26/2015 on SHIPPING! +2
#1972 - Might as well throw my lot in 12/25/2015 on A very special giveaway 0
#17 - I'm American and I know where most of the countries in europe … 12/24/2015 on Stephen Colbert 0
#88 - I am still interested, thank you kindly for the current inform…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/24/2015 on Maze 0
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#89 - jomgor (12/24/2015) [-]
not very, they isnt much on a a large cultural scale its just the kids shitty lives
#51 - So, speaking as someone who completely missed this series in t…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/23/2015 on Maze +1
#63 - jomgor (12/23/2015) [-]
well first off id like to say its pretty liberal with its characters and their relations to one another compared to the book, in all the first movie and book are fairly similar.
the issue arises with the sequel that recently made it to dvd the story of the second book is completely different from the movie, so i can only assume the same will be true inn following movies.

now on to the what its all about; it's the near future and massive solar flares have struck the earth decimating nearly all life on the planet and leaving huge swathes of land turned to inhospitable dessert devoid of life, cities have crumbled, nations are no more, and whats left of humanity is slowly fading to nothing due to resource issues and the arrival of a new super virus that drives people insane to the point where they rip their own eyes out because of hallucinations and eventually they become cannibalistic monsters with zero humanity or rationale left.
roughly 1% of the human population is immune to this disease (called the Flare Virus, obviously because it arose during the solar flares) these immune individuals are gathered by a scientific organization called WICKED (i forget what it stands for but its not important) and thrown into massive machine mazes with safe havens in the center. the whole thing is designed to force immunes use their brains as much and intensely as possible to propagate the production of a special enzyme in their brains so hopefully a cure might be found.
in the mazes are bio-engineered, semi-mechanical monstrosities that kill anyone in the mazes at night as well as guarding the secret exit from the mazes.
if you want i could go further, but much more than that and were getting into spoilers and idk if you actually intend to read the books or watch the movies.
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#88 - franklyimaperson (12/24/2015) [-]
I am still interested, thank you kindly for the current information

And yeah I never really heard of it, this genre never really grabbed me as I was on the tail end of the demographic as it exploded. I read the Hunger Games like 3 years ago but it didn't really grab me to continue to those. How similar is that to this besides the base premise of "Send Kids Into Dangerous Situations"
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#89 - jomgor (12/24/2015) [-]
not very, they isnt much on a a large cultural scale its just the kids shitty lives
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#59 - fuzzyballs (12/23/2015) [-]
they run trough a maze that moves and has monsters or some shit so they can get to the control room and be free or some shit
just google it you lazy shit
#179 - This reminds me of the ending of the Narnia books. One of the … 12/23/2015 on True help 0
#148 - It is all semantics, really, I just felt it was worded better  [+] (1 new reply) 12/22/2015 on Next season when? +1
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#149 - incognitoad (12/22/2015) [-]
Fair enough. I This they're worded similarly enough that I like them both, they both get the point across that they are trying to get across in an easy and understandable way.