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Many science fiction stories fall into similar categories based on theme It is also true that a particular story may have more then one theme contained in the work In the Novel Doomsday Conspiracy written by Sidney Sheldon a very strong and powerful theme stands out Human beings fear what they dont understand We all fear what we cant explain This is also present in the story Share Alike In Doomsday Conspiracy Admiral Whittaker fears what he cannot understand He is afraid as well as the entire US Government that the aliens that have crashed on Earth because they wanted to attack it or cause some sort of harm He fears the aliens and the crash because he does not understand them He then assigns Robert Bellamy to find the witnesses that saw the UFO The Admiral wanted to kill them so the alien could never be brought into the sight of the public Whittaker feared the aliens who actually came to warn us about destroying our own planet The people who came to help us and they were almost killed because of the fact that human beings fear what they do not understand The entire time the government and the Admiral feared these harmless aliens because they didnt understand them All they wanted was to tell us not to destroy our own humanity Now in Share alike the theme of human beings fearing what they dont understand makes up a lot of the story The one man fears the other because of what he is He is not trying to kill him or torture him but yet he is still scared Craig is scared and fears Erick Hofmanstahal because he is a vampire Erick must feed off of him to survive but then again it could have just killed Craig Hofmanstahal was a normal person except for the fact that he was vampire Craig was so afraid of the fact that Erick
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