September 29, Location: The craft was flying to his left side and then moved very fast past him in the clouds as can be seen in the video. I was careful to film the object, not to try and chase it since it I could not match its speed. As I was flying a reconnaisance aircraft, I got the idea to film it and used our equipment.
At some point of a Speculative Fiction story often the endthe apparently alien setting turns out to be none other than Earthwarped and twisted by disaster, disease, the passage of time, or some other instrument of drastic change.
Almost invariably this involves a character who was sure he was anywhere but Earth discovering the Awful Truthafter finding The Constant. At some point, this actually was very shocking partially because humanity was very close to blowing itself up in the s and is one of the most famous kinds of Twist Ending.
Through over-use, these days, it's become The Un-Twist ; it would usually be more surprising if the apocalyptic planet turned out to be anywhere but Earth. A classic The Twilight Zone twist: They're stranded on a primitive planet and now have to colonize.
On resigning themselves to their fate, the leader says, "And I shall call this planet 'Earth'. According to The Other Wikithis one's known as the Shaggy God story and was overused to the point of being a Discredited Trope as early as the 60's. The preferred The Outer Limits version: Instead of believing it to be a different place, believe it to be a different time.
You believe you're in caveman days, but later realize you're in the future After the Endor you believe you're in the future, but later realize you're in the past during an enlightened period that will later get destroyed with all record of it also wiped out.
As you might expect, this is an Ending Tropeso there are many spoilers below. However, once you've read the description above, most Earths All Along are self-spoiling anyhow. Compare Advanced Ancient Humanswhen there was a technologically advanced human civilization in ancient times; Fictional Earth when the planet clearly is some version of Earth, but still very different; and Earth That Was and Earth That Used to Be Better when Earth was lost, destroyed, or fell on hard times long ago.
This is your last warningonly proceed if you really believe you can handle this list. Marin and Melan indicate that Brigadoon, which had appeared to be a different world, is Earth in the distant future. In Combat Mecha Xabunglethe low-tech worker-caste "Civilians" scrape out a hard-scrabble existence on a desert world, believing themselves to be descended from Terran colonists; over the course of the series, the planet is revealed to be of course Earth, stretched to the very end of its ecological rope.
The 'colony' story was spread by the high-tech ruling-caste "Innocents" to cover up their plans to escape off-world and leave the Civilians to die. In Eureka Sevenit turns out that the planet everyone escaped to to get away from the aliens invading Earth is actually Earth itself, transformed by the scub coral into a mostly-unrecognizable shape.
The anime of Fullmetal Alchemist reveals that it is set in an Alternate History of Earth, which also exists as we know it in a parallel universe. The two worlds were the same until their histories diverged when alchemy worked in one and didn't in the other, splitting them into two separate dimensions.
In Gargantia on the Verdurous Planetthis is the First-Episode Spoiler — Ledo has rediscovered Earth That Wasand the ice age that caused his ancestors to abandon it has ended, making it a water planet.
The rest of the series is him adjusting to the situation. Do You Remember Love? There are sufficient hints at the end of Mai-Otome to make the viewer at least wonder if the apparent colony world is in fact a far-future and much-changed Earth.
Yasuhiro Yoshiura's Pale Cocoon inverts this. It was the Moon all along. People thought they were living under destroyed Earth, and lost most of their historical records, but actually they were living in a Moon-colony with artificial gravity where people escaped environmental destruction. And when the protagonist looks at the sky for the first time, he sees blue Earth shining in the sky, as a sign that the planet has healed long ago, but no-one had thought to look.
The strange unnatural world that Ageha finds after being transported by a magical telephone call no, really is none other than a devastated Japan, as revealed by the crater-scarred face of Mt. Giroro and Natsumi get warped into a Desert of the Real by accident, and while searching for signs of civilisation, find it in the form of a familiar landmark in the series, the NPG Radio Tower - in ruins.
And there's several other previously obsoleted towers in the immediate area, just to hammer the point home. Inverted in SoltyReiwhere the people were made to believe that they were on Earth after a major disaster, but turn out to be colonists on another planet after a major disaster cut the colonization process drastically short.The article you have been looking for has expired and is not longer available on our system.
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