World Ship

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List Of Andromeda Episodes - Episode List - Season 4 (2003–2004)
... Ultimately the new World Ship is destroyed, but the bad guy manages to escape 4 ... "Double or Nothingness" October 20, 2003 (2003-10-20) 404 Dylan is kidnapped and forced to play mind games for ... who lost Tyr as his prisoner, joins the Andromeda crew 7 ... "The World Turns All Around Her" November 10, 2003 (2003-11-10) 407 Beka and Tyr are pulled through the Route of Ages, where the crew of the ... Invisible Light" February 9, 2004 (2004-02-09) 413 While trying to escape pursuing ships and low on fuel, Andromeda ends up in a dead galaxy and try to use a new device of Harper's, which ...
List Of Andromeda Episodes - Episode List - Season 1 (2000–2001)
... But now, one ship, one crew have vowed to drive back the night and rekindle the light of civilization ... The idea of the new Commonwealth proves unpopular only 6 worlds actually sign the Commonwealth charter in this season ... girl, warm and compassionate but serving little actual purpose on the ship ...
1900s (decade) - Technology
... the diesel engine in the 1900 Exposition Universelle (World's Fair) in Paris using peanut oil fuel (see biodiesel) ... "In its final form, the 1902 Wright glider was the world’s first fully controllable aircraft." 1903 - Ford Motor Company produces its first car — the Ford Model A ... It was a Chinese steamer ship commanded by war correspondent Lionel James in 1904 during the Russo-Japanese War for The Times ...

Famous quotes containing the words ship and/or world:

    It is said that a carpenter building a summer hotel here ... declared that one very clear day he picked out a ship coming into Portland Harbor and could distinctly see that its cargo was West Indian rum. A county historian avers that it was probably an optical delusion, the result of looking so often through a glass in common use in those days.
    —For the State of New Hampshire, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    The world is divided into two categories: failures and unknowns.
    Francis Picabia (1878–1953)