Prolific British writer and comedian Adams
Is this the same Douglas Adams we're talking about?
Oh Anonymous Coward! You always add so much to every conversation you join!
..and that was June 1965.
It is strongly implied in this story that the Daleks have the power of flight; they are seen moving on two levels of the Mary Celeste, and the cliffhanger to the first episode shows a Dalek that has been buried in sand free itself by rising vertically. It would not be until Revelation of the Daleks in 1985 that a Dalek would actually be shown airborne.
Isn't a Troll a post which is designed to annoy people or cause arguments? Posting uninformed emotional opinions isn't trolling.
The rootkit on your version of Spore wasn't written by thieves.
We're here to give you a computer, not a religion. - attributed to Bob Pariseau, at the introduction of the Amiga