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  1. An Aperture Science Dalek

    Geekdom has thrust one fictional robotics company led by a rogue A.I. with an extremely soothing voice upon a pedestal. Geekdom also loves when their charming, scatterbrained Time Lord fights a rogue alien species encased inside a garbage can robot with a plunger arm that has the most annoying voice of all time, ever, out of anything. It was a only a matter of time before the two things combined, and now we have this rendering of an Aperture Science Dalek. Cake, and EXTERMINATION, will be available at the conclusion of this post.

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  2. World's Largest Collection of Daleks

    Love them or hate them, Doctor Who's Daleks are one of the most iconic foes in science fiction history, either because the time-traveling show has been around for over 40 years and Daleks have -- for the most part -- remain unchanged, because their catchphrase of terribly screechy voice has been engrained into your head, or because they're basically big garbage cans with a plunger arm. However you know Daleks, you probably don't know Daleks like 49-year-old Rob Hull, who has made it into the 2012 Guinness Book of World Records because he owns the world's largest Dalek collection, with 571 Daleks. Maybe Hull's collection is why the Daleks continue returning even though the Doctor defeats them forever every single season.

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  3. Dog Attempts to Save World From Dalek [Video]

    Britney the dog understands the threat Daleks pose to the human race: Noise pollution. EXTERMINATE!

    (via BuzzFeed)

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  4. Inflatable, Motorized Dalek Go-Carts for Children

    Remember that homeless dalek that was found in a school in St. Thomas, England?  And then adopted by a well meaning memorabilia collector, and placed next to another dalek? I think they started breeding... (via Comics Alliance.)

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  5. Homeless Dalek Gets Foster Parent

    The abandoned Dalek found in the West Exe Learning Centre in St. Thomas, England has been given a new home in the film and television memorabilia store of John Hedlow, at least until it gets fixed up and sold for charity. Mr. Hedlow was motivated by pity for the alien menace:
    I felt so sorry for him being stuck in a school cupboard so I've brought him to the shop and he is stood next to the other Dalek.
    ...wait, what? You fools!  Now they can collaborate! (This is Exeter via Boing Boing. Pic by spankingfemfatale.)

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  6. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Daleks

    DON'T PANIC. This is just a loving mashup of two of the greatest things to come out of British Science fiction. Ever. Video below.

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  7. A First: Human Being Infected With Computer Virus

    To calm your nerves: the name of the virus was not Snow Crash. British scientist Dr. Mark Gasson purposely infected the RFID chip in his hand with a computer virus, and successfully proved that such devices can carry malicious programs to other systems, and that those systems in turn could pass on the code to any other chips that came into contact with them.

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