Bug-eyed monster is an early convention of the science fiction genre. Extraterrestrials in science fiction of the 1930s were often described (or pictured on covers of pulp magazines) as grotesque creatures with huge, oversized or compound eyes and a lust for women, blood and general destruction. The term is now often abbreviated to BEM.
"We hitched a lift," said Ford.
"Excuse me?" said Arthur. "Are you trying to tell me that we just stuck out our thumbs and some green bug-eyed monster stuck his head out and said, 'Hi fellas, hop right in. I can take you as far as the Basingstoke roundabout'?"
"Well," said Ford, "the Thumb's an electronic sub-etha signalling device, the roundabout's at Barnard's Star six light years away, but otherwise, that's more or less right."
"And the bug-eyed monster?"
"Is green, yes."
I, the poor poet, was calling the notebook which attaches its fancy and plan "leather of raccoon dog".
I found the strange beast in P park.
The beast adds my shadow suddenly and runs away, and I who lost the shadow leave only eyes and have become invisible man.
After showing an ON tower type to a raccoon dog, it was accompanied to the eyeball bank by it, and it said "Deposit an eyeball."
The janitor and Jehovah of the eyeball bank explained that man's eyeball was harmful to raccoon dogs.
I who refused it pounced on the raccoon dog at the laboratory of the time sculpture machine performed to the next.
I opened the box of the time sculpture machine, am a time machine and returned to P park of the time before a shadow is taken.
The notebook and the pebble were thrown and driven away toward the raccoon dog not having approached.
※I who lost the shadow leave only eyes and have become invisible man.(壁 (小説))
Seemingly this naive and common hero of my is a kind of existentialist in my idea.
I endeavored simultaneously that he expressed the route which acts out an idea, drawing him concretely along with action if possible.
It is not by the method of the objectification which is a general comical expression, and considered comedy-izing by expressing subjectivity as it is rather.
The proposition that existence precedes essence (French: l'existence précède l'essence) is a central claim of existentialism, which reverses the traditional philosophical view that the essence or nature of a thing is more fundamental and immutable than its existence.
To existentialists, human beings—through their consciousness—create their own values and determine a meaning for their life because, in the beginning, the human being does not possess any inherent identity or value. By posing the acts that constitute him or her, he or she makes his or her existence more significant.キリスト教などの、社会における人間には本質（魂）があり生まれてきた意味を持つ、という古来からの宗教的な信念を真っ向から否定するもので、無神論の概念の一つにもなっている。
Thus, the religious belief from the ancient times that this idea has a meaning which the human being in society, such as Christianity, has essence (soul), and has been produced is flatly denied, and it has become one of the concepts of atheism.
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On March 26, 1997, police discovered the bodies of 39 members of the group who had committed mass suicide in order to reach what they believed was an alien space craft following the Comet Hale–Bopp, which was then at its brightest.
Past the Organoid is a cliff where there are three Unnamed Characters staring off into the distance, possibly looking at the UFOs that fly around over a distant city.
※looking at the UFOs that fly around over a distant city.(The Sky Garden)
On March 19–20, 1997, Marshall Applewhite taped himself speaking of mass suicide and asserted "it was the only way to evacuate this Earth." After claiming that a space craft was trailing the comet Hale–Bopp, Applewhite convinced 38 followers to commit suicide so that their souls could board the supposed craft.
Applewhite believed that after their deaths, a UFO would take their souls to another "level of existence above human", which he described as being both physical and spiritual.
There are three strange NPCs in this world. It is possible that they are intended to be ghosts, warped beyond recognition by ages of existing in the ghost world.※there are three Unnamed Characters staring off into the distance(The Sky Garden) → a UFO would take their souls to another "level of existence above human"(Heaven's Gate (religious group)?) → There are three strange NPCs in this world.(Ghost World)