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Movie theaters are beginning to open up, but you still don’t need to leave home for some of the best sci-fi stories headed to the big screen. Many upcoming sci-fi movies found inspiration in books, short stories, or comic books, so you can get ahead of the curve by picking up the literature that inspired the films.

In order to help you look to the future, we’ve examined the upcoming slate of sci-fi films and put together this list of some of the best sci-fi stories that have big-screen adaptations in various stages of development.

The Reincarnationist Papers: A Memoir of Past Lives

By D. Eric Maikranz

This 2009 novel follows a man who discovers that the hallucinations and strange visions he’s experiencing are actually memories from his past lives, and he is introduced to a secret society filled with others who have found ways to use these memories to change the course of human civilization.

The adaptation of The Reincarnationist Papers began filming in September 2019 with director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day) behind the camera and Mark Wahlberg in the starring role. The film’s official title will be Infinite, and Wahlberg will be joined in the cast by Dylan O’Brien, Sophie Cookson, Jason Mantzoukas, Rupert Friend, and Chiwetel Ejiofor. The film will premiere on the Paramount+ streaming service June 10.

Way Station

By Clifford D. Simak

This Hugo Award-winning novel tells the story of Enoch Wallace, the guardian of a cosmic way station on Earth that serves as a hub for intergalactic travelers. His position had seen him bestowed with all kinds of alien gifts — from vast knowledge to virtual immortality — but all of these gifts have made him aware of humankind’s impending destruction, and the only way he can save the human race.

Netflix partnered with Cloverfield and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves to adapt the novel in September 2019, with Reeves’ production studio developing the film as a large-scale, sci-fi thriller.

Saying Goodbye to Yang

By Alexander Weinstein

One of several short stories included in Weinstein’s collection titled Children of the New World: Stories, Saying Goodbye to Yang is set in a world where families often purchase child-like robots to serve as live-in babysitters and teachers for children. When one family’s robot begins to malfunction, it prompts a desperate search for a way to save a member of their family that has become so much more than a babysitter.

Saying Goodbye to Yang was optioned in June 2018, with Columbus filmmaker Kogonada attached to adapt and direct the movie. The adaptation was given the title After Yang, and Colin Farrell signed on to star in the film in early 2019. Farrell was later joined in the cast by Jodie Turner-Smith (Queen & Slim) and Justin H. Min (The Umbrella Academy). Filming began in May 2019, but the movie’s status is unknown at this point, with no release date assigned to it.


By Frank Herbert

Widely regarded as one of the greatest sci-fi novels of all time, Herbert’s Dune has been adapted for the screen multiple times over the years, with various filmmakers putting their spin on the generation-spanning saga of rival families vying for control of the planet Arrakis. The original novel follows Paul Atreides, whose family’s stewardship of the planet is brought to a violent end, thrusting Paul into the center of a conflict that ranges from the far reaches of the interstellar society to the ground beneath the sands of Arrakis.

In February 2017, Legendary Entertainment announced that Sicario and Arrival director Denis Villeneuve was attached to helm a new adaptation of Dune. Oscar-nominated Call Me By Your Name actor Timothee Chalamet was cast as Paul Atreides in July 2018, with Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible — Fallout) later cast as Paul’s mother, Lady Jessica. More high-profile cast members subsequently joined the project, including Dave Bautista, Stellan Skarsgård, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Charlotte Rampling, and Oscar Isaac. The film is scheduled to hit theaters in October 2021.

Logan’s Run

By William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson

This 1967 novel is set in a dystopian future where resources are scarce, which leads society to implement a rule that requires everyone over the age of 21 to voluntarily end their lives. When one of the agents tasked with killing citizens who “run” from the rule decides to run himself as his time comes due, it sets off a chain of events that shakes the very foundation of this dark human civilization.

The novel was adapted into a 1976 film starring Michael York that was nominated for three Academy Awards and won one for its visual effects. A remake was first announced back in the 1990s, and an update in July 2015 had X-Men franchise screenwriter Simon Kinberg penning yet another draft of the script. The studio also is reported to be considering a female lead for the adaptation.

The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress

By Robert A. Heinlein

The winner of the Hugo Award in 1967, Heinlein’s celebrated novel chronicles a lunar city’s revolution after years of serving as a penal colony for Earth. The story follows the revolt from its earliest stages to its final outcome and explores a future in which humanity must contend with the ramifications of extending its reach beyond Earth.

In March 2015, X-Men franchise director Bryan Singer announced plans for an adaptation of The Moon is a Harsh Mistress based on a script penned by Arrow series producer Marc Guggenheim. Given Singer’s well-documented troubles — which culminated in his abrupt departure from the director’s chair on the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody — it’s uncertain whether this adaptation still is moving forward. However, the title of the film is expected to be changed to Uprising if it does proceed.

Sleeping Giants

By Sylvain Neuvel

This debut novel tells the story of a young girl who falls through a weak spot in the ground one day and lands in the palm of a giant, mysterious metal hand. Years later, that girl is a physicist still trying to unravel the mystery of the metal hand, and her quest for answers sends her around the globe as the mystery deepens.

Neuvel’s self-published novel was optioned almost as soon as it was published. The last update on the project (from 2016) indicates Spider-Man franchise producer Matt Tolmach will oversee the adaptation, with War of the Worlds screenwriter David Koepp penning the screenplay. The big-screen version of the story is expected to be retitled The Themis Files and is envisioned as the first chapter of a trilogy.


By Andy Weir

Andy Weir followed his 2011 novel The Martian — which was adapted into the Oscar-nominated 2015 movie of the same name — with this 2017 book set more than 60 years in the future. Published in November 2017, the story follows smuggler Jasmine “Jazz” Bashara, who finds herself caught up in a dangerous conspiracy on the lunar city of Artemis.

Given the success of The Martian, it should come as no surprise that the rights to make a movie based on Artemis were picked up by 20th Century Fox months before the book hit shelves. In September 2017, directing duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller were attached to helm the adaptation of Artemis — making it the pair’s first project on the calendar after exiting Disney’s Solo: A Star Wars StoryCaptain Marvel and Tomb Raider screenwriter Geneva Robertson-Dworet joined the project in July 2018.

There is no release date set for the film at this point.


By Ernest Cline

The follow-up to Ernest Cline’s runaway hit Ready Player One — which found its way to the screen in 2018 with Steven Spielberg in the director’s chair — Armada follows a high-school student who discovers that his favorite online game might actually be a sophisticated simulator training him to thwart an impending alien invasion. As he gets pulled deeper into the secrets surrounding the game, he finds the history of both video games and his family are woven together in unexpected ways.

The hype surrounding Ready Player One led to the movie rights for Armada being sold off before the sci-fi book even was published. Universal Pictures nabbed the movie rights to Armada in December 2012, and the film is currently in development at the studio. There is no release date set for the Armada movie at this point.

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By Daniel H. Wilson

Robopocalypse describes the origins, evolution, and culmination of mankind’s devastating global battle with an artificial intelligence that takes over automated services and machines. Much in the same way World War Z chronicled humanity’s war with zombies through a collection of fictional accounts from the front lines, the story unfolds from the perspective of several characters in different locations around the world as they watch the world change dramatically — and often horrifically — in front of their eyes. The characters eventually find themselves playing integral roles in the war that will decide humanity’s fate.

The book was optioned by Steven Spielberg in 2011, with the filmmaker planning to direct the adaptation himself from a script by The Cabin In the Woods screenwriter and director Drew Goddard, but the project was put on hold in 2013 to further develop the script and make it a more manageable production. In March 2018, Spielberg passed the project to Michael Bay to direct, and the Transformers franchise filmmaker aims to make it one of his next projects.

Hold Back the Stars

By Katie Khan

Two star-crossed lovers find themselves adrift in space, untethered from their spacecraft, with only 90 minutes of oxygen left in each of their tanks. As they attempt to figure out a way to survive their predicament, their memories drift back to the world they left behind: A utopian Earth that brought them together but never felt like home.

With its blend of romance and sci-fi themes, Katie Khan’s debut novel has been described as “Romeo & Juliet meets Gravity.” An adaptation of the novel, set to be directed by Five Feet Apart filmmaker Justin Baldoni from a screenplay by I Am Not Okay With This writer Christy Hall, is in the works.


By Gerry Dugan and David O’ Sullivan

Set in the year 2024, this comic book series unfolds in a world where a massive security breach has made online privacy a thing of the past. The cyberpunk-noir saga follows a pair of couriers — dubbed “Paper Jockeys” — who are tasked with delivering secrets the old-fashioned way: With a briefcase and a gun.

In May 2018, Lionsgate won a bidding war for the adaptation of Analog, which will be penned by Ryan Condol, the creator of USA Network’s alien-invasion series Colony. Chad Stahelski, who directed John Wick for Lionsgate, is expected to be behind the camera for the big-screen version of Analog, which doesn’t yet have a release date scheduled.


By Hugh Howey

Hugh Howey’s self-published ebook was a surprise hit when it debuted in 2012, and it went on to spawn a multinovel series known as the “Silo” franchise that included several prequel stories and spinoffs. The series follows the residents of a massive subterranean city that extends 144 stories down into the surface of the Earth. With the outside world rendered toxic to humanity, the residents of the silo deal with the struggles of an uncertain future beneath the world they once walked, and a strict governing body with little tolerance for free thought.

The movie rights to Wool were optioned in 2012 by 20th Century Fox, and Guardians of the Galaxy screenwriter Nicole Perlman was hired to rewrite the script for the film in 2015 from an earlier draft by J. Blakeson (The 5th Wave). Although Ridley Scott is attached as one of the producers on the movie adaptation, the project also appears to have a TV adaptation in the works, with AMC hiring Into the Badlands writer and producer LaToya Morgan in July 2018 to develop the story as a TV series. It’s anyone’s guess as to which adaptation makes it to the screen first.

The Book of Joan

By Lidia Yuknavitch

The Book of Joan is a retelling of the story of Joan of Arc set in a post-apocalyptic future in which humanity has left the Earth to live on a floating platform far above the surface. The story follows a young woman who leads a rebellion against the police state that governs this new society. The book was published in April 2017 and was celebrated for its strong feminist themes.

In early 2017, Stone Village Productions won a bidding war for the rights that was reportedly very competitive, and now Scott Steindorff (The Lincoln Lawyer) and Dylan Russell (Penelope) are attached as producers on the film. There’s no word on a production timeline for the film at this point.

The Tempest

By Julie Cross

Another story envisioned as the first chapter in a trilogy, Julie Cross’ 2012 novel is a time-travel adventure that has its teenage protagonist accidentally discovering his ability to move through time after he witnesses the murder of his girlfriend. That discovery puts him in the crosshairs of a shadowy government agency and in the middle of a time-spanning war as he struggles to save the life of the girl he loves without ripping apart the fabric of time.

The rights to the novel were picked up by producing partners (and brothers) Scott and Sean Cross — who aren’t related to Julie Cross — as well as Mimi Polk Gitlin, a former producing partner of Ridley Scott who teamed with Scott to co-produce the 1991 classic Thelma and Louise. There’s no official development timeline or release date announced for the film.

Children of Time

By Adrian Tchaikovsky

When the last humans left on a dying Earth are forced to flee the planet, they set off in search of a fabled, far-off planet that’s already been terraformed and prepared for their arrival. There’s only one catch: The planet is occupied, but not by humans.

That’s the basic synopsis for Tchaikovsky’s 2015 novel Children of Time, and it was enough to catch the attention of The Hunger Games and Twilight studio Lionsgate and its subsidiary, Summit Entertainment. The studios bought the feature rights to the story in 2017, and screenwriter Colby Day was hired that October to adapt the story for the screen. Still in the development phase, Children of Time doesn’t yet have an official release date.

The Forever War

By Joe Haldeman

Another Nebula Award winner, The Forever War tells the story of a soldier recruited to battle an aggressive alien species light-years from Earth. He discovers that traveling to and from the battlefield has actually caused several decades to pass on Earth. Coming home to an Earth very different from the one he left, he’s uncertain whether this new world was indeed worth fighting for.

Ridley Scott first announced he was adapting The Forever War in 2008, but the project fell into development limbo until Warner Bros. Pictures picked up the rights to the story again in 2015. Prometheus and Passengers writer Jon Spaihts is penning the script for the film, and Channing Tatum is attached to star in it. There’s no release date for the film.

Fortunately, the Milk …

By Neil Gaiman

Acclaimed storyteller Neil Gaiman and comic book artist Skottie Young collaborated on this 2013 story about a father who goes out to get some milk, only to get caught up in a wild adventure involving time travel, a stegosaurus piloting a balloon, and a volcano god, among other unexpected obstacles.

In 2015, it was reported that Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World filmmaker Edgar Wright was attached to direct Johnny Depp in an adaptation of the story, with Bret McKenzie of Flight of the Conchords penning the script. That combination had 20th Century Fox in early talks for the rights to the film, but it almost seems too good to be true — which is probably why we haven’t heard anything about the project since that initial announcement.

Time Salvager

By Wesley Chu

Wesley Chu’s 2015 novel unfolds in a future that has seen mankind depart Earth to colonize the stars, leaving behind a bleak, toxic planet. The protagonist is a convicted criminal whose psychological profile makes him the ideal candidate for an agency that sends people back in time to recover valuable resources and treasures from mankind’s history on Earth to prolong the species’ future. On his final mission, he saves a female scientist destined to die, turning them both into fugitives in the future timeline.

Paramount Pictures picked up the rights to Chu’s novel before it even hit shelves, and Michael Bay is attached to direct the adaptation. There’s no word on when the project will go into production or what sort of timeline (pun totally intended) the studio is envisioning for it at this point.

Rendezvous With Rama

By Arthur C. Clarke

Set in the 22nd Century, this story follows the crew of the exploration vessel Endeavor as they investigate a massive, cylindrical alien starship that has entered the solar system for unknown reasons. With only a limited amount of time to explore the strange craft, the human scientists attempt to unlock its mysteries before it journeys out of range.

Morgan Freeman has been a vocal proponent of adapting Rendezvous With Rama since the early 2000s and has repeatedly attempted to garner support for a film based on the 1973 novel. David Fincher was attached to direct the project at one point, but it slipped into development limbo due to difficulties in securing an acceptable script and funding. Freeman reiterated his interest in producing and starring in an adaptation of the story during a 2012 interview, but there haven’t been any more updates since that time.

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How to Install Flexible Hose



Unlike standard metal tubing, flexible hoses allow motion between two end points for easier routing over, under, through, or around obstacles. They’re often used to transport corrosive or flammable fluids and operate under high pressure, so it’s crucial to install them correctly.

Only competent qualified experts should attempt to install flexible hoses to ensure they meet the relevant standards for safe operation. It’s essential to choose the correct type of hose and hose fittings for the specific application and location, or you may be looking at disastrous consequences.

For example, a stainless steel hose would be suitable for gases or liquids under high temperatures and pressures, ideal for use in heating or ventilation and the automotive or power generation industries. Meanwhile, a composite hose would be the best choice for working with petrochemicals due to its higher resistance against corrosion.

Once you’ve identified which type of flexible hose is appropriate for your usage, read this guide on installing flexible hoses to ensure that they meet or exceed the required parameters and that your configuration doesn’t limit their lifespan.

Flexible hose installation checklist

Follow this straightforward run-through to make sure your flexible hose is fitted correctly.

  • Check there is no visible damage to the flexible hose prior to installation.
  • Make sure the hose is a sufficient length to create a smooth curve without stretching or twisting.
  • Use the appropriate type and size of tools to secure the fittings.
  • Allow some slack on the straight ends of the hose, as over-tightening can cause stress corrosion cracking.
  • Do not bend hoses near the fittings. If there’s a tight bend required, use elbow fittings to join hoses instead.
  • Ensure the ends are sealed securely, especially for insulated hoses where a build-up of moisture can cause them to fail.
  • Check that the hose isn’t rubbing against any other surfaces in its installed position.
  • Flush the circuit to clear any debris and pressure test to make sure all connections are secure.

Hose assemblies should undergo periodical inspections to identify any issues before serious failures potentially occur. Look out for the following:

  • Frayed or bulging steel braiding
  • Deformations such as twisting or flat spots
  • Slippage, cracks, or dents
  • Loose fitting attachments or covers
  • Contact with adjacent piping or machinery
  • Indications of corrosion

If you notice that any of these faults are present, repairs or replacements will be needed.

Tips for installing flexible hose

There are several common causes of flexible hose failure that should be avoided at all costs. By following these tips, you’ll make sure that your hose installation is secure, effective, and long-lasting.

Handle flexible hose with care

Lift and carry metal hoses carefully to prevent abrasions prior to installation – never drag them along the floor or let them make contact with other objects or materials in the vicinity.

When not in use, flexible hoses should be stored away from fumes and potential spillages, such as sprays and weld splatter.

Avoid torque

Torque distorts the hose and creates more stress on the twisted area, reducing its strength and eventually resulting in premature failure.

Only bend the hose gently into a natural curve rather than twisting laterally. Avoid accidental torque by holding the hose in place while the fittings are tightened.

No out of plane flexing

You can avoid twisting the hose and damaging wire reinforcement by only bending the hose in one plane. If the hose is bent in multiple planes, it reduces the hose’s pressure capacity.

Alternatively, you can use multiple sections of hose coupled and clamped between bends if multi-plane bending is unavoidable in the installation space.

No axial extension or compression

Flexible hoses must be properly anchored and supported to absorb movement, as excessive weight will compress the hose and relax the tension.

This puts the assembly at accelerated risk of structural failure if the hose is not appropriately guided.

No sharp bends or over-bending

Do not exceed the recommended bend radius of the product, because bending in multiple places and too close to fittings creates excessive strain that can result in leakage from fatigue cracks.

To prevent over-bending and sharp bends, allow extra length for expansion and contraction when cutting the hose and use elbow fittings or swivel joints to connect smaller sections of hose.

Always provide adequate support and protection

When bent into a curve, both ends of the hose must be supported to prevent sagging. However, you should never over-tighten the fittings to keep the ends straight, as this restricts movement and can result in bulging.

You should use clamps on the fittings to hold the hose in place away from adjacent surfaces, and consider protective hose covers as an extra defence against abrasion.

Route hoses appropriately

Plan the hose routing in advance as much as possible to avoid stacking hoses or twisting them around each other.

Cluttered hose assembly isn’t only unpleasant to look at, but it also causes abrasion and makes safety maintenance much harder.

You should also prevent external exposure to excessive heat or corrosive or flammable chemicals that can damage the outer surface.

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How to Log in to Linksys Extender and Access the Setup Page?



Internet lovers are increasing rapidly day by day and that is why Linksys WiFi range extender comes into the picture. This device allows netizens to enjoy the blazing-fast WiFi speed on their devices that are connected to Linksys extender setup-xxx network. Sometimes, the Linksys extender setup process can be a daunting task for 90 percent of users. If you are also having trouble while accessing the Linksys extender setup page, then here’s the list of some effective fixes that will help you log in to your device and access the setup page in a hassle-free way.

Without wasting much time, let’s get started!

Steps to Access the Linksys Extender Setup Page 

To tweak various settings on your Linksys extender, it is important for you to access its web-based setup page. In order to initiate the setting changes, you need to access the Linksys extender login page. Walk through the steps listed below and know how to make the Linksys extender login process an easy task.

Connect Your Linksys Extender to Your Router

To access the web-based setup page of your Linksys extender, you need to connect it to your router using an Ethernet cable.

Once you’re done, plug in your Linksys extender and power it on. Do not proceed until and unless you see a stable green LED on your Linksys WiFi range extender.

Open a Web Browser to Access the Linksys Extender’s Web-based Setup Page

As soon as you are done with the process of connecting your Linksys extender and router, the next thing you need to do is to open a web browser on a PC or laptop.

Pro Tip: To prevent Linksys extender login issue, you are advised to use an up-to-date internet browser only. Besides, clear junk files and browsing history also.

Connect to Linksys Extender’s WiFi

To reach the Linksys extender login page and access its setup page without any hassle, you need to connect your device to the Linksys extender’s WiFi.

Use the Default Web Address

To log in to your Linksys extender, you need its default web address, i.e. In case you are not aware of the web address, see the Linksys extender manual or contact us right away.

After getting the Linksys extender’s default IP address, type it into the address bar of your internet browser. Make sure you type the web address correctly. Thereafter, press the Enter key on your keyboard and you will be taken to Linksys extender login page.

Pro Tip: You can also use the default Linksys extender IP address to access the login page. See the Linksys extender manual for the default IP address.

Enter the Linksys Extender Login Credentials

Once you reach the login page of your Linksys extender, you need to enter its default username and password in the given fields and hit the Log In button.

Note: If you have changed the login details at the time of Linksys extender setup, bear in mind that the default ones will no longer work. So, make sure to use the correct Linksys extender login credentials.

Access the Linksys Extender’s Web-based Setup Page

After following the steps listed above in the exact given order, you would be able to access the web-based setup page of your Linksys extender. Now, navigate to the settings page of your extender and make changes as per your needs.


Our guide on how to log in to Linksys extender and access the setup page ends here. We hope that you will now get access to the web-based setup page after successful Linksys range extender login. On the off chance if the steps listed above don’t help you make the most out of your Linksys extender, seek help from our expert technicians and let them fix all your extender-related problems in no time. 

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Why Am I Not Able to Perform Netgear Extender Login?



Accessing your Netgear WiFi extender’s web admin panel allows you to configure its advanced settings. And if that’s exactly what you aren’t able to do, the following reasons might be acting as a barrier in your way:

  • Weak internet connection
  • Poor connection between extender and router
  • Corrupted or outdated firmware
  • The hardware of your extender is age-old
  • The LED light on your device isn’t green

To stop these reasons from letting you perform Netgear extender login, mentioned below are the troubleshooting tips you need to follow:

Know How to Access the Netgear Extender Login Page

  1. Ensure Your Device Has Access to a Strong Internet Connection

One of the major reasons why you’re facing issues while trying to log into your Netgear extender is because of a weak internet connection. Thus, make sure that your WiFi device has access to a strong internet connection. 

If you are still skeptical about the internet issue, it is recommended that you get in touch with your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Chances are that the internet issue is from their end. In case it is, they’ll send an agent over to your house to help you fix the issue at hand. 

  1. Check the LED Light on the Netgear WiFi Range Extender

After you powered on your extender, did you check the status of the LED light? No? Perhaps you proceeded further without waiting for the LED to turn green. And, that’s where you went wrong! 

To troubleshoot this issue, you need to power cycle your Netgear range extender. It might help! Follow the instructions mentioned below to power cycle your WiFi device:

  • Disconnect all the extra devices connected to your extender.
  • Power off the Netgear extender and unplug it from the wall socket.
  • Reconnect the extender to the power source.
  • Now, wait for the LED light to become green. 

Once the LED light turns green, try to access the Netgear extender setup page. Still no luck?

  1. Check the Connectivity Between the Extender and WiFi Router

Another thing that you can do in order to successfully log into your device is to check the connection between the extender and router. There is a possibility that your extender isn’t well connected to the router, thereby causing all the fuss. 

Therefore, disconnect both your WiFi devices and reconnect them. We recommended you to connect your devices using a wired source rather than a wireless source. It’s a safer option in comparison. 

  1. Update the Firmware of Your Netgear Range Extender

One of the reasons why you aren’t able to log into your Netgear extender is because of a corrupted or outdated firmware. Therefore, the next time you try to access the web admin panel of your device, perform Netgear firmware update first. 

Updating the firmware of your extender will reduce the chances of login failure. So, waste no time in accessing the Settings of your WiFi device and updating its firmware. 

  1. Restore Your Extender to its Factory Default Settings

Last but not least, resetting your device can also help you in accessing the Netgear extender login page without any hassle. In order to restore your extender to its factory default settings, mentioned below are the guidelines you need to follow:

  • Power on your Netgear WiFi extender.
  • Connect the extender to the WiFi router.
  • Look for the Reset button on your device.
  • Once found, take an oil pin and carefully press it.
  • Hold the Reset button for a couple of seconds before releasing it. 

Once you reset your Netgear extender, try to access its web admin panel. Are you able to? If yes, feel free to share your experience with us through the comments section below. 

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