Also the portion that is cut can immediately be recycled.
Even books had the corners opposite from the spine cut off. Apparently mistakes were made in the past by these advanced beings, as they seem reluctant to interfere directly with the Colonials or the Terrans. Why does the paper in Battlestar Galactica have the corners cut off? Given 90% of what I found by Googling was simply repeating of IMDB's comment on a reference to "cutting corners", it was interesting to find actual quotes indicating otherwise. myth. -- William Adama, Miniseries, "I was right. Along with another living avatar - that in the form of recently deceased Tamara Adama - Zoe-A is embraced by New Cap City as an "Avenging Angel" and in some circles as a god. When the Cylons attack the Twelve Colonies, they use those backdoors to penetrate software security firewalls, disabling entire fighter squadrons outright and sabotaging vital capital-ship systems. Other Capricans are open to all forms of worship, even the worship of a single god (CAP: "Retribution"). I see the patterns.
He refers to Kendra as "my child." Firstappearance Shortly after Baltar comes on board Galactica, Head Six reveals that a device which he had previously seen in possession of Six on Caprica has been surreptitiously installed in Galactica's Combat Information Center (CIC) (the command and control center of the battlestar). Afterwards, Roslin tries desperately to save Baltar's life. Baltar goes on to preach God loves all humans regardless of their sin because everyone is perfect just as they are. And I'm pretty sure we didn't include a soul in the programming." They help Apollo and battlestar Galactica save the Terrans from themselves (Experiment in Terra). However there's alternating versions out there, as highlighted in this quote from Wired: Wired.com: Did it have anything to do with cutting all the corners off To subscribe to this RSS feed, copy and paste this URL into your RSS reader. --, "God didn't create the Cylons. Get 3D surface grown by constant distance. Baltar then begins illegal wireless broadcasts to the fleet of his religious speeches and his popularity grows. Lastappearance Over all it sounds like a deliberate design decision, something simple but obvious to indicate the small differences between Battlestar's universe and our own but there may well be some truth to the original rumour, i.e. In the episode "Colonial Day", Baltar, now Caprica's representative to the Quorum of Twelve, is elected Vice-President with Roslin's support.
Admiral William Adama had given the nuclear warhead to Baltar in an earlier episode for use in constructing a Cylon detector.
What is your favorite Comedy & Drama show(s) in each local channels of all time? The model of Number Six who had seduced him on Caprica later experiences similar visions after her consciousness was downloaded into a new body. everything in sight, saying "I want to strangle whoever had this
After order is restored on Galactica, Baltar returns to his following to find its numbers dwindled and are now under the de facto leadership of Paula (although some appear to still be more loyal to Baltar). If you watch the interview at the bottom you can see what I am talking about Blade Runner wise -- He really wanted to incorporate some part of it: That would require all paper to be cut into its final form at the mill, which just isn't practical and would most likely just generate more paper waste than the normal system, where mills provide reams of full-size (28"x40") paper or equivalent rolls that printers can print multiple pages onto and cut as needed. When the last Raptor leaves Galactica with Paula, Baltar decides not to go and stays on Galactica to finally do something noble. In particular, the concept of a lost Thirteenth Tribe is from Mormon legend. Maybe it's time to start cutting some of my own corners! Head Six tells him it wasn't her job to put it in there.