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Trek Apartment for sale by Quark - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 22:30:37 EST ID:t8BxRm8t No.51357 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Oh shit who has 70 ,000 pounds? You should talk her down by saying pedo's take away value.
http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/pictures/Convicted-paedophile-s-Star-Trek-flat-Hinckley/pictures-26508072-detail/pictures.html
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Captain Shelby - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 22:42:02 EST ID:nfQLmOOa No.51358 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51357
god damnit
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Admiral Alidar Jarok - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 23:35:27 EST ID:2+GUARLD No.51360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51357
>Oh shit who has 70 ,000 pounds?
Is that measured in pound latinum? pound gold? pound sterling silver?
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Rear Admiral Gregory Quinn - Tue, 25 Aug 2015 01:18:53 EST ID:D1seLRV0 No.51361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
in all honesty it's going to be converted back to a normal apartment, and I have to say that's for the best
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Cmdr. Williams - Tue, 25 Aug 2015 07:30:42 EST ID:/lWRk9wz No.51365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I actually live quite close to this. 70 grand seems quite cheap but then again it is Hinckley which is a shithole.
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Kimara Cretak - Thu, 27 Aug 2015 01:53:59 EST ID:3q2kEMAP No.51387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>babies, children and animals

well I suppose I know the answer to the question 'what kind of person loses their spouse over converting their apartment to a Runabout' I asked long ago when I first heard about this...


Mr. Homn Appreciation Thread by Sphere Builder - Sun, 16 Aug 2015 11:24:12 EST ID:CtWKbnGU No.51228 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Post your Homns.

I'll start.
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Dr. Denara Pel - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 10:50:48 EST ID:CtWKbnGU No.51288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51287

not trolling. do we have evidence that Homn is not an android?
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Commander Suran - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 16:26:46 EST ID:51MxDeCg No.51291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51288
do we have evidence that he is?
He seemed to enjoy chugging that gift that Picard brought.

So unless someone invented an android that can ingest food and have emotions and kept it a big secret it's safe to say he's a humanoid.
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Mordoc - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 03:36:22 EST ID:SIjA1BRS No.51328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51291
the androids in question from Exo III could emulate emotions, and though they didn't need to eat I don't see why they couldn't.
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Jonathan Archer - Wed, 26 Aug 2015 02:39:29 EST ID:j7/s29H+ No.51377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51291

It'd probably be easy to rig a bag in the android's tummy to hold food and such, and then have an exit valve for the asshole.
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Admiral Owen Paris - Wed, 26 Aug 2015 05:45:59 EST ID:CtWKbnGU No.51382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51328

>Bender Bending Rodriguez

Alcohol powered robutz.


Star Trek: Renegade by Prinadora - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 09:28:25 EST ID:ulmH5v9c No.51330 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I got real blazed after work and noticed a new Star Trek movie called Renegade. At first I thought it was some lame fan film then I looked into it and found it stars Chekov as an admiral, Tuvok shows up and the beloved Dr. Zimmerman is featured as well. The production value is above a few of the shows and movies and is honestly worth a watch. Your in for a treat.


http://www.solarmovie.la/movies/star-trek-renegades.html

Toke and enjoy TOS and Voyager references. Peace.
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Orator Plegg - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 16:35:12 EST ID:LTCkgeu+ No.51336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just because actors found out they can write off nonprofit fan films on their taxes doesnt make them not fan films
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Malik - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 17:35:42 EST ID:IDX7mNsL No.51337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51335
Deep Space Nine did Babylon 5 with better effects.
No fan project is gonna be the next TNG. At least not yet.

Star Trek Continues hits the nail right on the fucking head though. And unlike previous productions with perfect sets, horrible lighting/camera work and god awful actors, Star Trek Continues has a cast made up almost entirely of Funimation voice actors. So at least they can sell the audio while the costumes, sets, lighting, camera work and editing are all pitch-perfect.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmouwv-iamc
New episode soon.

You might not be into it at first but as soon as you hear Jimmy Doohan's son do the voice, you'll be in. It's perfect. Also LOL Grant Imahara from mythbusters.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhvh2eq-XLgqNxH6npvQxGxLCUHy90IpZ

It's good shit, and given the shit quality of previous shit that's pretty damn impressive.
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Legate Hovat - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 18:16:07 EST ID:D1seLRV0 No.51338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51337

I'm watching the mirror universe episode, and I'm no convinced that mirror kirk's crew would care that he annihilated the Hulkans.

They have no reason to pity a non human race, they are citizens of the terran empire, not humans from our earth.
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Malik - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 19:15:05 EST ID:IDX7mNsL No.51339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51338
Evil Sulu Grant Imahara is the shit.
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Seamus - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 11:04:33 EST ID:ulmH5v9c No.51345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51333

Just finished watching it. Much better than Star Trek Gods and Men like wayyy better. Kind of felt like a nice little TOS and Voyager cross over. Even the VFX was somewhere between the two shows. Definitely better than JJ"s Into Darkness as well.


Star Trek Video Game by Gantt - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 07:42:09 EST ID:F6xLE0TK No.51304 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This thread can be about any and all Star Trek games but I mainly want to talk about an idea for a game I shared a while back on IRC.

This is a very ambitious idea (and will probably never see the light of day unless people more competent than me show initiative) but imagine a game on Wii U where everyone had a tablet controller. Each player would have a specific role like captain, executive officer, chief security officer, and chief engineer. It's a space rougelike where you fly through a virtual universe and randomly encounter strange anomalies, aliens, and planets. The goal is just to get the most "exploration points", maybe it could even be "return to your home planet at the other end of the galaxy." There'd still be a general "crew" but that'd mainly be a long term resource management minigame.

In between events, each player would have to complete a travel minigame and communicate information only they're privy to on their tablet, like the engineer would have to verbally tell the captain the status of the warp core and fix it, the executive officer telling the captain the happiness levels of the crew, and the chief security officer asking the captain to redirect power to weapons to blast aestroids out of the way. You'd have to work together doing different things and communicating effectively to succeed. It's like the android game Spaceteam. There's also stuff happening on the TV, which is like the bridge.

Once you hit an event all bets are off. Missions can take place on the ship, on a planet, or never even leave the bridge. Some missions you control your characters on the big screen simultaneously, some missions each player just uses their tablet. The chief security officer can get infected by a virus that turns him hostile. Now the other players have to find where he's hiding and take him out. The chief security officer has incentive to fight back because everyone also has some kind of "personal growth points" that make the game mildly competitive. Some missions are just dialogue trees that require all players to talk to each IRL to determine the best course of action. The captain still makes the final decision though. Obviously for misssion ideas, the actual shows are a goldmine. Some missions could even be like a rockband-type minigame for the purpose of "improving crew happiness." Some missions would involve half the team staying on the bridge and while the rest beamed down to retrieve a kidnapped crew member.

Basically it'd be like a cross between Space Engine, Spaceteam, and FTL plus story missions and a smidge of Mario Party (and a lot of Star Trek):
http://en.spaceengine.org/
http://www.sleepingbeastgames.com/spaceteam/
http://www.ftlgame.com/
I tried to get my friends to play a prototype version where we fly around the galaxy using Space Engine on TV, play Spaceteam on our phones, and missions were just group talking to strangers in chatroulette or playing a mario party minigame. It wasn't great...but I still think the basic concept has potential.

Are any of you interested in working on this? I'm currently unemployed so I can afford to spend like 50% of my time on this. The main problem is that while I'm good at coming up with cool ideas, working out logistics, networking, and project management, I actually have no concrete skills like programming, art, and music. I already have music alledgedly covered by my RL friend (the guy who turned me on to Star Trek in the first place actually) but while the sound is certainly important it's far less crucial than the graphics and game programming. If there's interest I'll draw up a thorough game design document and we can go from there. Bear in mind that it'd be a lot of work and little pay. I certainly don't have the resources to hire anyone so it'd be a passion project until it hits the market years later. Maybe I'm just a cocky little bastard, but I think if this project gets real traction and we have a prototype to show them, Paramount Pictures would actually help us out (provided they get a cut of course). I think my idea would capture the feel of actually being on a Star Trek better than any of the existing games, even the MMOs.
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Ensign Hogan - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 09:38:26 EST ID:ysMpCGlH No.51331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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FTL is the best Star Trek game I've played to be honest.
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Legate Kell - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 11:39:01 EST ID:qWxCzrU0 No.51332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51327
I played puzzle pirates, it needed a java client. The system would work pretty well for a lot of stuff. Space combat would be a bit lame if the puzzles weren't cooler, if you don't have boarding the bnav has all the fun (the guy controlling the ship during battles). I used to be pretty good at the game but they added poker and also much like TNG at least that's all anyone did.

Also controlling characters in rules free multiplayer sounds like something you could do with SS13 and some tweaks.
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Lursa - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 20:19:35 EST ID:nfQLmOOa No.51340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51304
Ok, so I'm hella high and just mounted an iso of Bridge Commander Warp Speed edition, I've only played normal Bridge Commander before. But I am wet for this, even just a littttle bit more content will be enough to make me happy. I loved the game so much the first time I beat it/played it a year or 2 ago, and now I'm jonesing for another hit. Maybe I'll DL BC 2, anyone know if it's just as good?
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Dexter Remmick - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 00:03:46 EST ID:PeKnhBXD No.51342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51332
>sounds like something you could do with SS13
Maybe, but... oh man, that game is UGLY. Not to mention technically a literal mess.
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Gul Evek - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 00:47:07 EST ID:wc3DpTx/ No.51343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51342
A lot of servers run custom code and are fairly lag free. Gotta remember it's about the RP not who can smash a tool box into whose face first. I do recall there being versions that had the crew on a space ship, might have even been trek themed.

Either way the system is deep with all the sciences. Perfect for trek RP with the right skin job. USS Nanotrans NCC 1301


Butthurt incoming by Mr. Darvin - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 20:17:51 EST ID:YeFjY/VP No.51216 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://kotaku.com/let-s-rank-the-star-trek-tv-openings-worst-to-best-1723292094

This freaking guy. Of all the things they could have posted on Kotaku about Trek, its this shitty freaking ranking shit. Shit shit shit shit shit.

Total shit.
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Alexander Rozhenko - Wed, 19 Aug 2015 20:04:17 EST ID:gJnkMoOC No.51280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51251
It's not just Kotaku. It's everything Gawker has ever touched.
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Gantt - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 04:34:58 EST ID:F6xLE0TK No.51302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51274
I didn't click it. I trust OP. Thanks for doing the dirty work man!
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I remember - Sat, 22 Aug 2015 12:08:57 EST ID:IioI88ub No.51321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Speaking of Butthurt, does anyone remember that episode where everybody devolved and everybody was trying to escape Worf, and the Captain had a plan to distract Worf with a vial of Klingon pheremones, but then he slipped and accidentally poured them all over his own anus?
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Kirayoshi O'Brien - Sat, 22 Aug 2015 18:55:12 EST ID:stig8aD7 No.51324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51321
Do you remember the episode where Data meets the Dalai Lama?
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Admiral Alidar Jarok - Sun, 23 Aug 2015 13:01:23 EST ID:j+S7gSys No.51334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51321

>"Accidentally"

Suuuuure.


Perpetual Trek by Darth Poocher of the Sith - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 15:57:56 EST ID:j2XskzSX No.51289 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Star Trek is a Self-Fulfilling Prophesy that will eventually happen...In Fact...It may already be in arm's reach...

One Day in the future some fancy Branson-type Gazillionaire will fork over some cash to build a luxury space yacht that will bear striking resemblance to Star Trek's Iconic space ship.

Also who is to say once we master the genome may we alter ourselves to look more Andorian, Bajorian, or Kzinti? just to appease the judges at the 2265 Star Trek Convention???
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Kira Taban - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 19:49:55 EST ID:BUMEz16R No.51297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you're a fucking weirdo
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William T Riker - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 02:14:02 EST ID:wc3DpTx/ No.51301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51289
Well great steps have been made to get to trek level tech.
>3d printing is todays primitive replicator.
>Warp drive as loosely described in the show is a theoretical reality. Check out the Alcubierri equations.
>The military is developing beam weapons and already have ships and mechanized platforms with them. As well as what they call a "sound cannon" but when it is described there is mention of a cohesive plasma bolt in use that is projected at targets... sound canon my ass.
>There are already cyborgs in and out of military service living among us.

In some ways we will mirror trek, indeed sci fi has been the first step to inventing and discovering new ways to do things. In other ways we may have already surpassed trek. The long range telescopes in orbit attest to this as we have mapped a lot of the systems around us with out having to fly around a sector to chart it.
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Darth Pooncher of the Sith - Sat, 22 Aug 2015 00:43:03 EST ID:IxISpg71 No.51316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51301
A thought on my mind was that: Gene Roddenberry set the tone for a show about diversity, discovery and discipline. Little did he know that his ideas on how to make a quick buck set our quantum matrix on a new course that included F.T.L travel sooner than we were supposed to discover it by accident.

We were driven by the desire to be like the show that we see on TV enough that our collective consciousnesses goes out of its way to make it a reality eventually (i.e Law of Attraction) also known as a self-fulfilling prophesy
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Admiral Cartwright - Sat, 22 Aug 2015 15:45:52 EST ID:2+GUARLD No.51322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51316
>tone for a show about diversity, discovery and discipline
There's were already literary works with themes of humanism and modernism back then, and he translated them onto television.

As for prophesy, I not so sure, as society could possibly get derailed by post-modernism and anti-humanism. All the trigger-warning and safe spaces are giving rise to a warped definition of diversity and inclusivity.


UNPOPULAR TREK OPINIONS THREAD by Michael Rostov - Wed, 15 Jul 2015 16:57:34 EST ID:SIjA1BRS No.50837 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I liked Spock's Brain. Campy yes, silly yes. Nimoy hated it, yes. But it had charm, and was 10 times better than trash like "Turnabout Intruder", even if that episode didn't have the bitter note of being the last TOS ep.

I also liked how they described the women as "The Givers of Pain, and Delight", that was clever, and Spock's "Brain in a Box" experience was interesting to imagine as well.

Come at me with your hot opinions, /1701/
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Admiral Maxwell Forrest - Tue, 18 Aug 2015 15:55:51 EST ID:KN9lUNxQ No.51262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51260
you hit old man when you compare the ancient omegashit print magazine
nb for shit print -> cool site -> shit site
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Legate Hovat - Tue, 18 Aug 2015 20:49:01 EST ID:46yTLJkA No.51271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51260
>I liked Cracked before you were born
Time dilation. Time fucking dilation in here. Oh my god help me.
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Donik - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 21:29:41 EST ID:PeKnhBXD No.51299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51260
>It used to be better.
I agree. Sites like Cracked, Vice, Something Awful, etc. In fact, the whole Internet used to be better! But then normies came, with their moth-like attraction to click-baits, and ruined everything.
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Lt. Maxwell Burke - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 06:51:57 EST ID:KHH32YIT No.51303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51299
Cracked is clickbait, Vice is for people who like to have their own opinions repeated back at them, and Something Awful just ran out of ideas and kept going.

Shit, I just looked at Something Awful because I used to love it and haven't been there in years. It's bad. There's not one funny thing on the front page. Was it always this bad?
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Jennifer Sisko - Wed, 26 Aug 2015 03:43:29 EST ID:h6e5CVXP No.51380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51303

Just a few years ago Cracked had actual humor articles written actual talented comedians. Even after it went to a list-only format the articles were significantly more robust and better written than other clickbait sites. These days, however, they've hired a bunch of internet randos to churn out PC pablum and rehash old articles.


Future Drugs by Vash - Sat, 08 Aug 2015 07:44:10 EST ID:FP2EfQGj No.51150 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cY0RiGvHOTQ
What kind of shit would the 24th century have to offer?
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Admiral Chekote - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 22:47:49 EST ID:WBBomFUi No.51223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51211

Actual ethanol does add to the taste and smell of alcoholic drinks. If it didn't people would have never come up with the idea of cocktails to cover up the taste of liquor.

It's not just alcohol either. It's mentioned a few times that some people can taste the difference between replicated food and conventionally produced fruits, vegetables, and meats.

It's not enough for most people to really notice a difference but it indicates that replicators aren't quite perfect in reproducing flavor profiles of food.

I've always assumed that synthehol was mostly there to imitate the taste, smell, and burn of actual ethanol, without the intoxicating effects.
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Cmdr. Peter Harkins - Sun, 16 Aug 2015 07:48:32 EST ID:whu5IEBV No.51224 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51158
I never noticed the illuminati triangle on there.
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Lt. JG Ayala - Wed, 19 Aug 2015 16:12:52 EST ID:KXDPy8fm No.51277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51158
the farpoint rendition of 21st century earth is 2spooks every time i watch it. can you imagine the implications that having an immediately accessible drug dispenser ISSUED to soldiers? god damn the future gon be scary

>reminds me of this

as for OP's topic, id imagine within the century in our own timeline well have unlocked the ability to manipulate neurotransmitters and such at will, so well likely have a permanent drug-addled portion of the population living a perfect high until they die. or maybe everyone will be on it. idk

seeing how alien drugs would interface with human physiology would be cool as fuck though
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Lt. JG Ayala - Wed, 19 Aug 2015 16:14:38 EST ID:KXDPy8fm No.51278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51196
also this. entertainment will fuse with drugs and people will live out fantasies as if they were lifelong trips

nb for dub post
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Burt Ryan - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 17:50:41 EST ID:3w8YE34V No.51294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51277
YOU WAN A PIECE OF ME BOI?


Wrist-mounted flashlights in DS9 and VOY by William T Riker - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 23:19:44 EST ID:HOFgJ+xA No.50943 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What the hell is the point of these things? They're cumbersome and unwieldy. Don't they have headlamps in the 24th century?
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Jadzia Dax - Sun, 09 Aug 2015 15:37:30 EST ID:JS9paXuf No.51174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51162

But... But even nowadays we have infrared/thermal/night vision goggles people can wear.I know the goggles won't have the range of spectrum Geordi's visor does. But at the very least people should be able to see in the dark like they can today.
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Alexander Rozhenko - Sun, 09 Aug 2015 17:27:49 EST ID:wc3DpTx/ No.51177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51174
Some times in voyI think but I know I've seen them in ENT. They have glowy green monocles. Implied night vision?
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Mordoc - Mon, 10 Aug 2015 01:55:17 EST ID:HOFgJ+xA No.51178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51156
tuvok stunned the whole bridge with one on Voy when he wasn't sure which one of his crew wasn't the evil alien posessed one
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Morn - Fri, 14 Aug 2015 11:00:57 EST ID:7wAQ2Yq+ No.51200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>50943
One can LIGHT and POINT in the direction you are not looking.

Are you guys so dumb you can't consider that you might be working with someone else, and being unable to have continuous vigilance while bringing notice to something is incredibly valuable?

>gee, why don't police officers have head mounting lamps
>gee, why don't soldiers use head mounted lamps
etc
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Morn - Fri, 14 Aug 2015 11:06:44 EST ID:7wAQ2Yq+ No.51201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51200
and being able* to have continuous vigilance


Riva by Lt. Cmdr. Dexter Remmick - Mon, 10 Nov 2014 10:41:09 EST ID:HCACw2hm No.47314 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How the fuck could this fucker read Counselor Troi's lips when they're all supposed to be speaking different languages through the universal translator anyway?
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 02:51:03 EST ID:GyjcOYhg No.51188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51187
*violent allergic reaction to food and drink for humans
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Ulis - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 04:46:36 EST ID:2n6TIsTy No.51191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51187
That one alien tripped balls over replicated cheesecake tho
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8msw1aVJcA
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Michael Sullivan - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 04:58:03 EST ID:qWxCzrU0 No.51192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51187
>How come aliens in the delta quad (voy) offered a glass of champagne from a replicator dont go "Wtf is this"? or have some sort of violent reaction?
Actually that one is sort of covered. All life was designed to come out fairly similar to not be alone, I imagine having similar protein chirality/immune systems would have also been addressed by the advanced aliens who planned that we'd all have humanoid forms. Now how they could plan life to such a degree at a billion years distance is a far bigger question that comes under endless Deus Ex Machina and Mcguffins.
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Simon Tarses - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 12:04:53 EST ID:Ld/FqYVV No.51193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>47501
I thought the 37's was a great episode.
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Jack - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 17:44:24 EST ID:eJlqmhwH No.51194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>47339
>>47327
That reminds me of that scene in Naked Lunch where the discrepancy between telepathy and lip movements is covered. Quite funny scene!


warp question by zaphod - Fri, 17 Jul 2015 23:07:16 EST ID:B+vCWR+j No.50903 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So from my understanding you can be using warp drive but still be going at sub luminal velocities. And correct me if im wrong on this, it's possible to go lower than warp one but still be using it for propulsion to just move crazy fast bust slower than ligh right?

What is the lowest possible known threshold given in warp factors one could could say you are traveling at warp speed.
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Arik Soong - Sat, 08 Aug 2015 11:32:50 EST ID:GgYQlPHu No.51153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51134
>I imagine people like the Klingons just steamroll any species they find in their space

I always had to question the nature of the Federation's alliance with them. You have to assume that the Klingons would still be forcibly conquering planets somewhere out there. And doing so in ways that would make the Federation none too happy.
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Karyn Archer - Sat, 08 Aug 2015 18:37:35 EST ID:2+GUARLD No.51159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51153
It's probably only a defensive alliance in the treaty. The call-to-arms would only apply if either one was attacked. They can't call the other one in for conquest.
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Ardon Broht - Sun, 09 Aug 2015 00:13:39 EST ID:GyjcOYhg No.51163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51124
Fair enough answer. But then at what point do you decide whats good cannon and bad cannon?

I don't see why the warp field can't be maintained at sub luminous speed.
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Lore - Sun, 09 Aug 2015 08:56:44 EST ID:zCE1Vnds No.51165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>at what point do you decide whats good cannon and bad cannon?

You mean how finely do we split the hairs? I don't know and I'm not *that* obsessive about it. But some of the shit that's found its way into canon should be easily jettisoned without an argument, like the Threshold goofiness.
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Ensign McFarlane - Wed, 12 Aug 2015 09:21:01 EST ID:f2Nogx02 No.51182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I remember on a few ship scanner read outs the ships engaging in combat but at high velocity and interweaving between one another. So you could travel fast and turn quite quickly and in a small space.


FEELS by Albert Macklin - Sun, 02 Aug 2015 19:13:26 EST ID:QLtDZLxx No.51095 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's the level of my autism?
Every time I watch a good star trek episode, it feels like I know each one of them personally, empathy levels go up and I can feel all their joys and grieves quite deeply. Like overdriving my emotional chip. Other tv shows or movies don't get me that much.

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M'Ress - Thu, 06 Aug 2015 08:05:59 EST ID:PeKnhBXD No.51120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>51112
I guess, if you really think about it, Data is the creepiest thing ever. There's no telling what he'll do next, yet everyone trusts him completely. It's bizarre... and you just have to roll with it.

But some people also empathize with Barclay, which I find almost as odd. So I dunno.
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Wesley Crusher - Thu, 06 Aug 2015 08:27:16 EST ID:iTewGpaU No.51121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51120
There's times where i agree completey. Data has taken over the ship numerous times, assaulted crew on several occasions, etc. His strength is like a superpower...you'd think they would have created a dampening system to lower his strength until needed. The same way you don't see crew members running around with a high power phaser rifle slung over their shoulder at all times, they only grab them when they need them or are instructed to by a superior officer.
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Ambassador K'Ehleyr - Thu, 06 Aug 2015 10:27:48 EST ID:CtWKbnGU No.51122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51120

Data is a holdover from the first season of TNG, where technology is near-magical to the crew of the ship - the computer is beyond most of them, and can produce wonders they can't comprehend.

Same deal with Data. Technology seems to befuddle the residents of the future.
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Karr - Thu, 06 Aug 2015 19:30:25 EST ID:2+GUARLD No.51125 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51114
I don't remember whether I was too drunk or too high.
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Tuvok - Sun, 09 Aug 2015 10:03:25 EST ID:rXJjVruo No.51170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51112
She can't read ferengi emotions either, and it's established that that's only because their brains work too differently from the majority of humanoid species.


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