First, let me preface my post with this:
For the longest time, I too had the strong feeling that the Admiralty system was biased towards sci-heavy missions. The same seemed to be the case for my fleeties.
So, last week I sat down and started to act…
Not really. The gravitational field doesn't change. You'll be fine as long as you stay away from the event horizon.(Quote)
The way I figure, since it's called a Quantum Inhibitor, it probably inhibits local quantum tunneling processes witho…
Not just the ship, the music too. And you can hear a cloaking device at the end of the teaser.
This is definitely on purpose. The Discovery could be a joint venture between KDF and Feds. Maybe a symbolic thing to commemorate the fledging all…
You're KIA in the 23rd century, and preventing your "death" would change the very timeline that you are trying to protect. There is no going back permanently. You're a temporal agent now, untethered from time.
Wow. Someone did their quantum mechanics homework on this one. And a bit of ancient history too.
Just one note: We don't know for sure wether this temporal wavefuction is collapsed due to being experienced by consiousness.
There are other interpreta…
I think the blog gives a good explanation. Some historical reports seem to be under strict NDA for temporal agents until they have caused the events they're describing to happen.
So in this case:(Spoiler)
T for Termination
Coming to a cinema near you.
This is nice and all but I would like to have our monthly new episode rythm back now, please. I actually liked that.
And as for diplomatic fallout...where's the one about the Tholians …
As nice as this might be, can we have a Crystaline Cataclysm Event instead? That one is nice and short. perfect for people with a lot of alts. The thought of funneling all my alts through a 20 minute queue for 14 days creates a black hole in my brai…