The Outer Limits: Season 1, Episode 30

Production and Decay of Strange Particles (20 Apr. 1964)

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An accident at a nuclear research facility creates a dimensional doorway in which aliens need to widen to invade our world. A scientist races to discover a way to reverse the damage and close the doorway.

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An accident at a nuclear research facility creates a dimensional doorway in which aliens need to widen to invade our world. A scientist races to discover a way to reverse the damage and close the doorway.

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Some of the Most Overly Dramatic Acting Ever
15 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I will admit my ignorance of what was going on here. I know that as the principles are dealing with materials from space, things go haywire. Eventually, the stuff morphs into a sentient being. Now we have a series of emotional displays that ultimately lead to a final display of courage from the man who set up the whole thing. There are endless scene of sparks flying an men walking back and forth in radiation gear. There is a blonde woman who feels she needs to get to the core and rescue her husband. What a mess this whole thing is. It's practically impossible to describe the physics at work. Is there any validity to this? Would any of this work? I don't know. Did they? This plot probably would work in a Star Trek episode. They don't explain anything there either. Just a misfire for the series as there are bound to be.


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