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Haltern am See in Deutschland und Thimbleweed Park
Gibt es diese Stadt in der Realität oder ist diese eine Holographisches Hirngespinst aus der Zirbeldrüse gleich Thimbleweed Park?
Zum Absturz der GermanWings Maschine 4U9525 mit 16 Schülern des Joseph König Gymnasium in Haltern am 24.03.2015
bestehen auffälligkeiten mit dem Film Donnie Darko von 2001 produziert durch Drew Barrymore
und den Attentaten Je Suis Charlie (McGee gespielt durch Barrymore in Stephen Kings Firestarter und Charlies Angels mit Bill Murray), sowie Sixteen Candles - Das darf man nur als Erwachsener produziert durch Paramount 1984
sowie Masters of the Universe produziert durch Cannon Films im Jahr 1987

Im Jahr 1987 wurde ich durch die Uni-Klinik Bochum aufgrund Erkrankung an Polypen (Tentacles) einem Experiment unterzogen das auffällig dem Entwurf von Ron Gilbert zu I was a Teenage Lobot von 1985 gleicht.

Falls interesse besteht vorab aus meinem kommenden Buch SPIELBERG LAND - Willkommen in 4358 HAL
ein Adventure über die Pinie, den Karamelkern im Kopf zumachen, bitte melden :)

Ein paar Fakten und Gleichnisse

Haltern am See (Haltern at the lake, before December 2001 only Haltern) is a town and a municipality in the district of Recklinghausen, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Former Halteren was founded on February 3rd in 1289. They received the town charter by the prince-bishop of Münster, Everhard von Dienstag.
In March 2015, the town received international attention when 16 students and two teachers from the Joseph-König-Gymnasium in Haltern, were killed in the Germanwings Flight 9525 crash in the French Alps. They were on their way home from a student exchange with the Giola Institute in Llinars del Vallès, Catalonia, Spain.[4] Haltern's mayor, Bodo Klimpel, described it as "the darkest day in the history of our city."
Notable people
Joseph König (1843-1930), chemist, after whom the Joseph-König-Gymnasium is named, was born in Lavesum in Haltern
Alexander Lebenstein, Holocaust survivor, after whom the Alexander-Lebenstein-Realschule is named, was born in Haltern
Bodo Klimpel, current mayor of Haltern am See, was born in Rourkela, State of Odisha, India

Hal is a masculine given name, often a diminutive form (hypocorism) of Harold, and a nickname.
It may refer to:
HAL 9000, a sentient computer from Arthur C. Clarke's Space Odyssey series
HAL became operational in Urbana, Illinois, at the HAL Plant (the University of Illinois' Coordinated Science Laboratory, where the ILLIAC computers were built). The film (1968) directed by Stanley Kubrick says this occurred in 1992, while the book gives 1997 as HAL's birth year.
Hardware abstraction layer, a layer of software that hides hardware differences from higher level programs
HAL (software), an implementation of a hardware abstraction layer for Unix-like systems
HAL/S, the computer language used to program the Space Shuttle's computers
HAL, a Lotus Development Corporation product released in 1986
Hackers at Large, a Dutch hackers and security conference
Hypertext Application Language, a standard convention for defining hypermedia such as links to external resources within JSON or XML code
Hyperspace Analogue to Language, a semantic memory model
Hyper Articles en Ligne, a French online research archive
Het Amsterdams Lyceum, a Dutch secondary school
Hyundai A-League, an Australian professional association football league
HAL 5, an electrically powered exoskeleton suit
HAL (automobile), a car built in Cleveland 1916-1918
Hot air solder leveling (HASL), in printed circuit boards
Hal Barwood is an American screenwriter, game designer, game producer, freelancer and novelist best known for his work on
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (1992) project leader
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine (1999) writer & designer
The Great Walled City of Xan (1970) screenwriter, producer and director (short film)
THX 1138 (1971) title sequence and animator; Director George Lucas
The Sugarland Express (1974) Story and screenplay; Director Steven Spielberg; Starring Goldie Hawn
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) actor and uncredited writer; Director Steven Spielberg
Corvette Summer (1978) writer and producer; Starring Mark Hamill (Star Wars) & Annie Potts (Ghostbusters ; Pretty in Pink)
Dragonslayer (1981) writer and producer
Warning Sign (1985) writer, producer and director
The movie tells about the outbreak of a virulent bacteria in a secret military laboratory operating under the guise of a pesticide manufacturer. During routine work a sealed tube is broken, releasing the secret biological weapon. Where upon detecting the release of the agent, one of the plant's security officers activate "Protocol One," a procedure sealing all of the workers inside from the outside world and they are left to wait out the deadly effects. A local County Sheriff whose pregnant wife, the security officer, is trapped inside, and with the help of a past employee who is a known alcoholic, must fight through a government agency and the chemically affected workers to find his wife and put a stop to the spread of the lethal weapon. The former employee had started creating an antidote to the weapon, which the sheriff and his wife create and deploy.
Reference to "Chemiepark Marl" nearby to LippRAMsdorf, Haltern in Germany
The "Chemical Park Marl" (German: Chemiepark Marl) goes back to the foundation of the "Chemical Factories Hüls" in 1938. At the time of the Third Reich the factories produced synthetic rubber (called "Buna") for tires. Therefore, a lot of forced labourers were used. After the Second World War the factories produced plastics, resources for cleaning agents and again "Buna". In 1985 the company was merged with the Degussa AG and later in 2007 with the Evonik industries and is now called "Chemical Park Marl". The infrastructure of the park was taken over by the "infracor" company.
Hal Sutherland, Co-founder, with Lou Scheimer and Norm Prescott, of animation company, "Filmation Studio", in 1963.
1987 Pinocchio und der Herrscher der Nacht
1983 He-Man - Im Tal der Macht (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Daimar the Demon (1983)
1972 Journey Back to Oz
Hal Jordan, a DC Comics superhero better known as Green Lantern
Hal, Azerbaijan, a village
Hal, the French name for Halle, Belgium, a city and municipality
HAL Computer Systems, a defunct computer manufacturer
Dr. Hal Emmerich, nicknamed Otacon, from the Metal Gear video game series
Hal Yorke, a lead character in the British TV series Being Human

Lipp-RAM-sdorf =
Ram, ram, or RAM may refer to:
Random-access memory, computer memory
Random-access machine, a theoretical computer model
.ram, a file extension for the RealAudio file format
Rechargeable Alkaline Manganese battery
A male sheep
Goat (zodiac) or Ram, a sign of the Chinese zodiac
Root apical meristem, a plant tissue
Aries (constellation), also known as the Ram
SYTH-en =
SYS may indicate:
sys filename extension
SYS, a BASIC command
Sìth, Scottish Gaelic semi-deities, spirits and fairies
The Sith are major antagonists in the space opera setting of Star Wars.
Shalom in the Home, a reality TV show by the TLC Network
A scythe (/ˈsaɪð/ or /ˈsaɪθ/)[1] is an agricultural hand tool for mowing grass or reaping crops.

FLAESH-eim =
Flash, flashes, or The Flash may refer to:
Flash memory, a kind of non-volatile computer memory
flashrom is a utility for identifying, reading, writing, verifying and erasing flash chips. It is designed to flash BIOS/EFI/coreboot/firmware/optionROM images on mainboards, network/graphics/storage controller cards, and various other programmer devices.
Flash (manufacturing), an excess material attached to a moulded product along a parting line
Flash (photography), instantaneous illumination for picture taking
Flash lightning a lightning burst within a cloud (Intracloud)
Flash (tattoo), a source pattern for body art
Flash Airlines, a private charter airline operating out of Cairo, Egypt
Flash, to expose a person's private parts to another person in exhibitionism
Fictional entities
Flash (comics), several DC Comics superheroes with super speed:
Flash (G.I. Joe), a character in the G.I. Joe universe
Flash Gordon, the titular hero of science fiction comic strip
Hull (botany), the outer covering of seeds
Ern is a given name and a nickname of Ernest, Ernie
Ern or ERN may refer to
ERN1, a gene encoding the endoplasmic reticulum to nucleus signaling 1 protein
Eritrean nakfa, the currency of Eritrea
Error-related negativity, a component of an event-related potential in an electroencephalograph
English Regions Network, an umbrella organization for England's regional assemblies
Engenho da Rainha Station, subway station on the Rio de Janeiro Metro

LAV or Lav may refer to:
Lav, Iran, a village in Isfahan Province, Iran
The Last American Virgin, a 1982 film
Law is a system of rules that are created and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behavior.
Sum may refer to:
Sumer, the region of city-states in ancient Mesopotamia.
Summation, the addition of a sequence of numbers
Matrix addition, in linear algebra
Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives, a 2009 collection of short stories by David Eagleman
Sum (Unix), a program for generating checksums
"Sum", a song by Pink Floyd from The Endless River

Ham is a cut of meat from an edible mammal's rear, usually from a pig.
Ham may also refer to:
Ham (son of Noah), a Biblical figure
"H•A•M", song by Kanye West and Jay-Z
Hamm (character), a character in Samuel Beckett's play Endgame.
Hamm the toy, the piggy bank from the movie Toy Story and the Pixar film, Cars, as a piggy bank minivan.
A boss is a person in charge, or a supervisor.
Boss may also refer to:
Boss (engineering), an engineering term for a protrusion type feature
Boss (crime), the head of a criminal organization
"Boss", the bone shield of some adult Bovinae bull’s horns
Boss, the hub of a propeller
Boss, an alternate name for one personality type in the Enneagram of Personality theory
End or Ending may refer to:
Chess ending
End, in weaving, a single thread of the warp
European Nuclear Disarmament
End (philosophy)
In mathematics:
End (category theory)
End (topology)
End (graph theory)
End (endomorphism)
ORF or Orf may refer to:
ORF format, Olympus raw image file format with extension .orf
Orf (disease), a cutaneous condition
ORF (broadcaster), (German: Österreichischer Rundfunk), the Austrian public service broadcaster
Orf, Iran, a village in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran
Open Road Films, a joint venture of Regal Entertainment Group and AMC Theatres
Release date Title Director Budget Gross
September 23, 2011 Killer Elite
Gary McKendry
$70 million $56.4 million
January 27, 2012 The Grey
Joe Carnahan
$25 million $77.3 million
September 21, 2012 End of Watch
David Ayer
$7 million $48.1 million
October 26, 2012 Silent Hill: Revelation
Michael J. Bassett
$20 million $52.3 million
November 21, 2012 Red Dawn[11]
Dan Bradley
$65 million $51 million
March 29, 2013 The Host
Andrew Niccol
$40 million $63.3 million
January 17, 2014 The Nut Job[15]
Peter Lepeniotis
$42 million $120.9 million
October 23, 2015 Rock the Kasbah[25]
Barry Levinson
$15 million[26]
$3.2 million[27]

Drumherum / Thimbleweed HAL-O-GRAMM - The Truth behind the Game
« am: 03. Juni 2017, 01:45:32 »
Wer mit dem abrupten Schluss nichts anfangen kann:

Holographic Disclosure - Das 77% Hologram das Dich umgibt

Und viele weitere kuriose Screenshots zu Thimbleweed Park

Wie wäre es mit den Charakteren zum heimlichen dritten Teil von Maniac Mansion - LucasArts Zombies ate my Neighbours als MMM Version?

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