During a photo shoot, a model discovers a human ear along with its body's frozen remains. Inside the remains are some gold flakes and a fragment of a meteor. The meteor was kept in a space research center, lead by Landis Collar, who was the boss of the victim, physicist Diane Sidman. Other possible suspects are her graduate students, Milton Alvaredo and Jennifer Keating, plus Diane's lovers, including direct superior and successor as research periodical editor, Dr. Christopher Beaudette. Diane's corpse shows a confusing history shortly before and after her mysterious death. Meanwhile, Angela's father comes to town to exact revenge from Hodgins and teach him a lesson. Written by
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Mr Nigel-Murray (Ryan Murray) and Landis Collar (John Pyper-Ferguson) appeared in Alphas together. See more
Mullins states that the Large Hadron Collider can create a black hole that can consume Earth and many Nobel Prize laureates who agree on this. Black holes 'consume' surrounding energy and matter because they are technically extremely dense stars, with a mass (and thus, the gravitional field) much higher than the mass of a planet. A black hole created in a laboratory would instantly evaporate, causing a minute explosion at best, See more
Dr. Lance Sweets
You have a doctorate in physics from Princeton, right? Yet you work as a welder.
Welding is a real job, unlike psychology.
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