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Janeway Entering Fluidic Space

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- Tue, 10 Nov 2020 22:57:57 EST DznTlomT No.70930
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Someone wins a prize for building the smallest (15um) model of it. The platinum coating on the microswimmers reacts to a hydrogen peroxide solution they are placed in, and that propels them through the liquid.


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Arne Darvin - Wed, 11 Nov 2020 13:14:37 EST znSn/m7X No.70933 Reply
Rambling is one of the best forms of communications because it's one of the purest forms of conveying your thoughts and feelings.

Enterprise 2019

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- Thu, 29 Oct 2020 16:07:11 EST yZvs0XzZ No.70890
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"Stick some gears on it and call it steam punk"

Well -- stick some light on it and call it the future.

Seriously, that looks like e fucking disco ball.

Can I go back in time and kill JJ Abrams?
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Michael Jonas - Wed, 18 Nov 2020 10:29:04 EST znSn/m7X No.70954 Reply
JJ Abrams is to cinema and TV what the Dark Ages were to human civilization.
Hoshi Sato - Thu, 19 Nov 2020 21:20:18 EST DznTlomT No.70958 Reply
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After the first Abrams trailer with the JFK quote over it I had high hopes. Like it was going to build the bridge between Enterprise and the OST. You may think I was naive but after the rape scene in Nemisis I didn't think you could fuck up trek any more. But then I saw this pick and a feeling of dread roll over me. Then I read the wiki synopsis and as soon as I read the word "red matter" i knew this movie was bullshit. Of all the trek technobabble they at least put effort into relating it to science, but this was just lazy.

DST (ie STD) is so fucking confusing. It takes place at the same time as OST but has sets and actors that look nothing like them? Hell it doesn't even use any of the actors from the fucking reboot. Are we in the Kelvin timeline or the OST timeline? Now the franchise has jumped 1000 years into the future were only spore drives exist. Do millennials actually enjoy this shit? I know they enjoy Game of Thrones but at least that series had the balls to do non-cliche things.
Charles Tucker III - Sat, 21 Nov 2020 05:47:07 EST LNOdPH0z No.70960 Reply

Personally, I think Game of Thrones is to blame for the shitty state of television. And I don't even say that to hate, I enjoyed the bulk of that series. But its success bred imitation, and now everything feels like some kind of bullshit, try-hard House of Cards, "OUR CHARACTERS ARE SO DARK AND SCHEMEY!" nonsense.

The entire reason the early seasons of Game of Thrones worked is because it was surprising to see characters in a setting (pseudo-medieval fantasy) usually defined by romantic concepts of honor and duty so something unexpected. But now everything is subversive, and so subversion has become normal and paradoxically the least subversive narrative decision.

no bump because /mtv/ - tier rant that has nothing to do with star Trek. But then again, Discovery doesn't either.


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- Sun, 15 Nov 2020 19:30:45 EST Ty6WdSnC No.70946
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What episode is this?
Vice Admiral Leyton - Mon, 16 Nov 2020 14:11:51 EST BnrdIjvE No.70949 Reply
Judging by the big V I'd say it's the one where that ghostface guy that inspired Kirtainer blows up the houses of Funkadelic, or something like that.

nb stupid thread but I couldn't resist giving an appropriate answer
Sphere Builder - Tue, 17 Nov 2020 06:23:59 EST O02P7RYT No.70951 Reply
It's the long awaited but brutally cut short finale of George Kojimas MetalStarSolidV: Phantom Carbonite. Feature Punished Lando.
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How long/how many times have you watched Trek?

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- Thu, 06 Aug 2020 20:18:38 EST znSn/m7X No.70573
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How often have you watched Trek? I'm on my 8th playthrough of all the TNG/DS9/VOY series, now at DS9 S2E3

Having watched it at different stages in my life, with different intentions and perspectives, it always keeps being new in some way. There are so many layers to it.

My favourite watch-through was around the time I started using psychedelics, especially TNG is just mindblowingly full of scientific and philosophical content, much of it I didn't recognise even though I was a very philosophical person to begin with even before I tried psychs.
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Tal Celes - Fri, 18 Sep 2020 21:39:03 EST xXdUGzuV No.70735 Reply
Haven't got around seeing all of TOS
Jaresh-Inyo - Sun, 01 Nov 2020 15:03:27 EST nldWS06A No.70908 Reply
Watched the whole thing once, then just episodes relevant to current trek (measure of a man from TNG for example) but currently watching all of voyager because fuck yeah, Janeway!


Q's imdb page

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- Thu, 28 Nov 2019 12:11:54 EST XFr8qSiV No.69122
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says he's "Best known" for being in Crank 2, Pathology, Days of our lives and Multiplicity.

what the hell man
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Guinan - Fri, 17 Jan 2020 01:19:44 EST b048m/L8 No.69397 Reply
>user is currently banned from all boards


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- Sat, 24 Oct 2020 20:56:36 EST yZvs0XzZ No.70854
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Rewatching Dis-Season2.... wait, did I hear that right? (rewind, view subtitles) . . . . . SQL injections?

You're going to fucking sit there and expect me to believe that in the future, a united federation of planets will be using SQL?

this ---- just adds another layer of my hatred for Dis
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Tiron - Thu, 29 Oct 2020 11:23:17 EST z9YUOs6r No.70887 Reply
With Season 3 of Discovery leaving established canon it's honestly kinda good.

Why the fuck didn't they do this from the beginning I'll never know.
Oh wait nvm I do know. They took a show designed by one guy to be a specific limited series and then kicked him out, installed assholes in his place and morphed it into something completely different.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 29 Oct 2020 13:06:50 EST KmwkQQCM No.70888 Reply
Although that tactic can backfire. I remember when critics were only able to watch the first six episodes of season 1 of BoJack Horseman and it got mixed reviews but then when they finally watched the other six episodes, it became critically acclaimed and several sites had to change their review policies because of that.

Though I think that's because it's based on the binge model Netflix pioneered rather than the weekly model that CBS All Access utilizes. Obviously with the weekly model on streaming services, shows nowadays release the first three episodes of the season to get people hooked so RLM is correct in that regard.
I.G. Keval - Sat, 31 Oct 2020 01:37:43 EST ZM8IQRva No.70897 Reply
That's about what I thought it'd be. Dunno if that's better or worse than Picard, honestly.

Why does the alt-right love Star Trek so much?

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- Wed, 25 Sep 2019 17:25:07 EST HNqy2bUf No.68667
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Everytime I look at dissident right threads there’s Star Trek discussion going in. There’s the usual Dukat Did Nothing Wrong memes, but there’s also genuine analysis apolitical of stuff. So what makes Star Trek so appealing to the extreme right, despite being a communist utopia?
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T'Pau - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 00:36:25 EST O02P7RYT No.70849 Reply
You can't really even call it communism. That life style is really just the result of antimatter power and magic boxes that makes every thing you need for so insanely cheap it's hardly ever seen being charged for outside of quarks unless the replimat charges but I assumed it was a store space used by the feds for free replicator food, if they charge it would be at cost at worst.
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Captain Rudolph Ransom - Fri, 23 Oct 2020 18:44:03 EST DvNtjzqo No.70851 Reply
Yeah there are many good lessons but at the end of the day Star Trek represents a kind of pie in the sky utopian socialist vision and relies on mechanisms that are and will likely always be physically impossible
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Borg Queen - Tue, 27 Oct 2020 14:46:57 EST DznTlomT No.70868 Reply
Well there is the episode The City on the Edge of Forever were a pacifist is responsible for the Nazis winning WWII.

Lens flares don't come cheap.

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- Sun, 09 Aug 2020 17:13:55 EST yW/tSq77 No.70591
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From the top of r/movies today.

>How Paramount Failed To Turn ‘Star Trek’ Into A Blockbuster Franchise

>Maybe cheaper Star Trek movies, films that could be successes at $300 million worldwide, could work. What was true in 2009 is now even more true today as the very idea of theatrical exhibition is in peril. The experiment of Bad Robot and Paramount’s initial Star Trek relaunch was a failure. Could spending A-level blockbuster bucks and offering A-level blockbuster thrills turn Star Trek into an A-level blockbuster franchise? The answer, three times in a row, was “No.”

I'm pleased to see the majority of replies damning JJ and Kurtzman.
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Icheb - Thu, 13 Aug 2020 19:53:30 EST jwjJ078M No.70612 Reply
>You must be thinking of Beyond because... just No. So much No.
I did indeed get them mixed up, I thought Into Darkness was the third one for some reason and I remembered people saying the third was a slight improvement. My bad.
Pah-wraith - Mon, 19 Oct 2020 18:32:36 EST ZIQRDEai No.70834 Reply
even Abrams admitted to himself he didn't know what he was doing with that movie.
Pah-wraith - Mon, 19 Oct 2020 18:46:07 EST ZIQRDEai No.70836 Reply

I remember a while back someone posted a Youtube video outlining the nightmare that is Star Trek intellectual property ownership. Is this the video?


wtf did Viacom think it was doing? was it trying to "sort-of" sell to itself the rights? From my first link it looks like Les Moonves gave Kurtzman and Abrams a sweat heart deal to heilm the star trek franchise regardless of whether it is profitable to Viacom or not

New cartoon

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- Sat, 20 Jul 2019 18:49:48 EST DCXETFlF No.67984
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Here's the new trek show you asked for Bro
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Sarpek the Fearless - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 04:26:14 EST xXdUGzuV No.70820 Reply
Why was she in Star Trekick Hard anyways? TNG & Voyager crews didn't meet afaik.
Pah-wraith - Mon, 19 Oct 2020 18:07:53 EST ZIQRDEai No.70833 Reply
TAS gets shit on but I view it as basically a chance for the TOS writers to do all the episodes their effects department noped.

live long and profit

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- Tue, 14 Jan 2020 11:23:21 EST MKoc/uin No.69375
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so, this exists
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Karr - Fri, 14 Feb 2020 19:29:12 EST bOlOhkyn No.69623 Reply
there's a bunch of books that have been "cowritten" by the actor and somebody who really writes it, but the iirc the Garak one was fairly unique in that it was basically a massaging of the notes the actor had put together about all the character's old experiences and stuff as opposed to just random stuff they brainstormed, so in theory that story in Stitch in Time is really what the actor was pulling from for emotional memory when Garak made an allusion to his stint as a gardener for the Romulan whoeverguy or when his claustrophobia acts up
Legate Porania - Fri, 14 Feb 2020 19:40:29 EST ijWmIsRh No.69625 Reply
>there's a bunch of books that have been "cowritten" by the actor and somebody who really writes it

The kids have to learn about TekWar sooner or later.
Dr. Lewis Zimmerman - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 19:28:10 EST 9Rxqggwi No.70826 Reply

Oh, god, I just looked this up. Is it as terrible as it looks?

How famous are Star Trek people inside Star Trek?

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- Mon, 31 Aug 2020 06:23:48 EST LNOdPH0z No.70669
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How well known are the most well known characters and events inside of the Star Trek Universe?

Like for example, everyone in the alpha quadrant has probably heard some version of the Battle of Wolf 359 and Sector 001. But how common knowledge is it that Picard was assimilated or that Riker saved the day?

Everyone seems to have heard of the Voyages of James Kirk and Spock

Data only really seems to be known to various science nerds who would subscribe to news on the subject ("Meet the Enterprise's Mechanical Man")
Same with Geordi, cybernetics still seem to be something of a niche interest.

Everyone has probably heard of "That Klingon in Starfleet", and that probably just got more intense by the end of DS9.

The Voyager would be famous by the end of its journey, so would DS9 by the end of the War
There's probably a bunch of Biographies of the mysterious Captain Sisko, the Religious Prophet who was also the Federation's Eisenhower and then mysteriously disappeared at the end of the war.

Everyone learns about Captain President Archer in grade school and is required to play out 4 semesters of his adventures as holo-logs
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Dr. Crell Moset - Thu, 03 Sep 2020 19:40:20 EST jwjJ078M No.70691 Reply
What about when Thomas Riker finds it and they get into an argument over the metaphysics of identity again?
The Doctor - Mon, 05 Oct 2020 04:01:07 EST qSDocZgf No.70769 Reply
Star Trek has this problem where there's usually no sense that there's a universe beyond what's in front of you. This is normal for episodic TV but Trek cranks it up to 11 and it applies to everything from the characters to the Federation. It's just how the shows were written and I don't think it's worth thinking too hard about it, but there are two possibilities. Either these are extraordinary characters in an ordinary universe or ordinary characters in an extraordinary universe. I don't think there's any evidence pointing to the second possibility.
Sarpek the Fearless - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 04:31:20 EST xXdUGzuV No.70823 Reply
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So TOS and TNG crew are the creme de la creme, best of the best. That's the impression I got.

Look up at the sky tonight

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- Sat, 22 Aug 2020 16:34:09 EST FC6f2adW No.70649
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Tonight, look up at the sky.
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Tokath - Sun, 23 Aug 2020 10:41:29 EST 5IjuyRbn No.70651 Reply
This is why I don't talk to aliens I have a social anxiety issue.
Captain Shelby - Mon, 05 Oct 2020 04:15:52 EST O02P7RYT No.70770 Reply
Don't hail me or my planet on subspace ever again.
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Sarpek the Fearless - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 04:28:24 EST xXdUGzuV No.70822 Reply
Aliens are shy? Not sure what OP is trying to say.

Jennifer Lien

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- Thu, 15 Oct 2020 06:24:56 EST znSn/m7X No.70800
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What's she up to nowadays?
Miles O'Brien - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 12:45:03 EST ws5t+px5 No.70816 Reply
Getting arrested, according to OP’s picture.

I’m gonna google her.
Miles O'Brien - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 13:01:27 EST ws5t+px5 No.70817 Reply

Apparently, she got married and had a kid, then retired.

Guess whos coming to Prodigy?!

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- Fri, 09 Oct 2020 01:24:54 EST OoAY3Tf2 No.70776
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Vice Admiral Leyton - Thu, 15 Oct 2020 16:06:17 EST z9YUOs6r No.70802 Reply
You know the leddit spacing is enforced on other websites right?

Besides double spacing is readable AF. Shut up.
Michael Sullivan - Thu, 15 Oct 2020 19:08:10 EST O02P7RYT No.70805 Reply
double spacing is for retards that can't change font sizes.
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