Artemis Fowl

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What is the significance of the Title Artemis Fowl The Eternity Code?

Artemis Fowl used an eternity code on his C Cube so no one but him could use it.

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When is the next Artemis Fowl book being released?

'The Last Guardian' should be released on the 10/7/12.

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What point of view is Artemis Fowl book one?

The first Artemis Fowl book which is simply titled Artemis Fowl is told in third person point of view. More specifically, it is told in third person omniscient point of view. This means that the story is told by a narrator that has no role in the story but knows the entire story, including what all the characters are thinking.

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How long does it take to read Artemis Fowl?

More than a month if you are reading on 15 page/day. If extremely fast reader, 3 weeks.

Extremely slow, 2.5 months.


I managed to read 5 of the books in 3 days (addmitedly I did little else) I would have probably managed to read the other 2 in a day so I don't think it would be all that difficult for most people to rea all 7 books in a week.

It usually takes me around three days to finish one of the books, although it takes me less over the weekend or holidays and a bit longer if I'm only reading on the bus.

Drama and Acting
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Are there auditions for the Artemis Fowl movie?

No. I don't think so.

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Is Artemis Fowl a mystery book?

No. It is a mix between science fiction and fantasy.

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How Does Artemis Fowl Book 1 end?

Artemis gives half the gold back to the people to buy a wish from Holly and he restores the fortune. The wish was to give sanity back to his mother and butler almost kills a troll but holly says not to after healing him.

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Will there be an Artemis Fowl book 9?

That is possible, but very unlikely, as Eoin Colfer himself has stated that the 8th book (to be released in Summer 2012) will be the final book in the series.

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How many chapters are in the book Artemis Fowl?

There are nine chapters in the first book of the Artemis fowl series

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What does opal koboi look like?

Tall or slender with dark brown eyes and black hair.

Even though she is described like that, in the graphic novel she has pink hair and pink eyes with no pupils and a tinted pink skin...

Yet again, they gave Artemis brown and black eyes, so that's most likely fail

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What nationality is Artemis Fowl?

Artemis Fowl II is from Ireland. He lives around Dublin, making him from Northern Ireland, which happens to be mainly Catholic ironically.

Game Consoles and Gaming Hardware
Video Games
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Is there an Artemis Fowl video game?

Unfortunately, there is none.

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What is Artemis Fowl's middle name?

Donald. Nah, nobody knows really. It never says in the book

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What is chapter v about in Artemis Fowl?

Chapter 5 in Artemis Fowl is 'Missing in Action'. It is about the first interactions between Arrtemis Fowl and the LEP after Holly Short is discovered to have been kidnapped. Holly Wakes up in her cell and begins her escape attempt, and Commander Root is tricked by Artermis into going to the wrong place and almost dies when he tries to rescue her.

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How do you describe the setting of Artemis Fowl 1?

The setting of this first book is in 2 locations in Fowl Manor in Dublin,Ireland and an underground city called Haven,Lower Elements in the Police Plaza and sometime in E1,Tara

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What website can you read Artemis Fowl on?

Try, they have tons of books online for free!

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What kind of person is Artemis Fowl?

Artemis Fowl starts out as a cold, heartless, and brutal (besides the fact he cares about Butler and his father) to a kind person that cares deeply for others.

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What is the theme of Artemis Fowl The Lost Colony?

Artemis fowl and the lost colony is about what happens when the time tunnel that connects earth and hybress, the demon's island, starts unraveling The time spell was created when humans defeated fairies in the battle of taillite. Most magical creatures went underground, but the demons chose to have some demon warlocks lift their island out of time and into limbo. When the time spell starts unraveling demons start appearing in our world. Normally demons can keep themselves in their dimension with silver, but not always. Artemis does some calculations and works out when and where demons are going to appear. He goes to these places to try and find one. One of these places is a theater. When the is there he observes Minerva, a 12 year old French child genius, capture a demon called number one. He is not happy about this, and tries to get the demon back. Eventually he succeeds but then Minerva is kidnapped He offers to trade the demon for her, but trikes the kidnapper and ends up with both. Artemis realizes that he has seen the marking on number one's head on a poster advertising an art exhibition He, Holly, Butler Miniver and number one hurry to the exhibition They discover that the sculptures are demon warlocks trapped in stone, and only one of them is alive. Number one frees this demon and discovers that he is a warlock. Artemis, number one, Gwen and Holly end up in hybress well trying to make sure a bomb does no hurt anyone. When they are there they discover that the time tunnel had fused a warlock with the demon pride leader. They need five magic creatures to transport the island back to earth. This was going to be a problem, until Artemis steals some magic. The five of them transport the island back, but are two years in the future Artemis discovers that he has two twin brothers.

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In Artemis Fowl what does D'Arvit mean?


What_does_d'arvit_meanwas never specified but they did say it was a swear word and there was no point in translating it since it would be censored out anyway. This probably means it is something incredibly vulgar.

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How many pages is in Artemis Fowl the eternity code?

Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident is 277 pages.

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Paradox and Antithesis

What is a time paradox?

A time paradox generally refers to a paradox of time travel.

The most well-known time paradox is the grandfather paradox. Follow the logic here: If you went back in time and killed your grandfather, then your own father would never have been born and thus you would never have been born. However, if you were never born, then you could never have have gone back in time and killed your grandfather. Therein lies the paradox. What would happen then? Well, since no one's ever traveled through time, it's impossible to know for sure. There are some theories:

  1. According to the Back to the Future films, the universe would explode.
  2. After killing your grandfather, you would return to the present only to find yourself in a world where you don't exist. Basically, you would be like James Stewart in It's A Wonderful Life.
  3. According to the Novikov self-consistency principle, if you went back in time and tried to kill your grandfather, you would find yourself unable to.

Another time paradox is the predestination paradox, also known as a "casual loop". This was demonstrated in an episode of The Twilight Zone where a man traveled back in time to determine the cause of a famous fire. While in the past, he accidentally knocked over a kerosene lantern and started the very fire he was trying to determine the cause of. Unlike the grandfather paradox, this does not create a contradiction. In fact, strictly speaking, this is perfectly consistent. However, it's a paradox because it seems to indict that free will doesn't exist or that it's an illusion.

An ontological paradox is kind of a version of the predestination paradox. Now, let's say that one day your future self shows up and gives you blueprints to build a time machine. You then build a time machine and travel back in time to give the blueprints to yourself, closing the loop. All this begs the question, where did the blueprints come from in the first place? Well, nowhere, apparently. Perhaps from an earlier timeline.

A quick expanation of a time paradox is imagine if you had a time machine, and you went back and killed your grandfather, as a consequence of this your father or mother would never have been conceived, and thus neither will you have been. The paradox comes into play as this, if you were not conceived because you had killed your grandfather, and your parent wasnt born, and you werent born, this means you didnt exist, and If you didnt exist, you werent around to kill your grandfather in the first place, so your parent will have been born, thusly you would have been too. Its all very confusing. Also, imagine someone you love dies,and you go back in time to save them, and you do, the reason you travelled back in time is to save that person, if that person is saved and alive and well, there was no reason to go back in time anyway, so the loop begins again.

Also in the new show into the universes with Stephen Hawking a crazy scientis builds a time machine, sets it to be a minute earlier then the present, assembles a gun, goes to the other side of the time machine sees himself assembling the gun and shoots himself through the machine.

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Who is the antagonist in Artemis Fowl?

there is a lot but in the opal deceptin and the time paradox its opal koboi

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Who plays Artemis Fowl in the 2007 movie Artemis Fowl?

Artemis Fowl has yet to be cast or put into production as of 2008. The screen play was written, but due to complications things came to a stand still at the pre-production phase. The screenplay was written by Jim Sheridan, Simon Carmody, Jeff Stockwell, Chris Viscardi, Will McRobb, and Tim Minear. It will be produced by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal. The release date is still to be announced. Beyond that there is not much information to go on.

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What does butler look like from Artemis Fowl?

What does Butler look like from Artemis Fowl

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What four characteristics describe Artemis the most?

Rich lonely adolescent genius.

(I had to come up with four adjectives to describe him in class.)


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