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  • rattler2 wrote: » Honestly The Force Awakens was a better movie than The Last Jedi. Even with it essentially being a remake of A New Hope.
  • artan42 wrote: » rattler2 wrote: » I think he was referring to the recent spat of people railing against Captain Marvel before it came out. While I respect raven's position, there's still the issue of judgement before evidence which is what…
  • valoreah wrote: » Very unlikely. It's also a given the crew MIGHT make it back somehow, but the ship will not. I hope the writers have not boxed themselves in , should the crew return to their proper time. Ash, Pike, Spock, Number One et. al wi…
  • thegrandnagus1 wrote: » You know, it seems like Control didn't really need the sphere data. It was already sentient and could easily take over other ships. All it had to do was infect enough ships (just "hide" in the computer but not actually do a…
  • mirrorchaos wrote: » Latest episode with a younger version of Grayson by 7 years, brutal snore fest for the most part. The previous one with the ever meddling Klyden while annoying proves to be just as interesting as ever and the social justice t…
  • rattler2 wrote: » Actually... it kinda plays into that episode of TNG where Worf's jumping realities, and we see god knows how many Enterprises. Honestly Time Travel seems to be handled in two ways. * What happens in the past affects the futu…
  • rattler2 wrote: » Before anyone points out the Narada... Prime history recorded she just vanished without a trace. The development of the Kelvin Timeline is no different really than Sela's existance. Both are the product of a branched timeline. Ne…
  • jonsills wrote: » And if it turns out that you interrupted for a stupid reason, or none at all? That's what courts-martial are for. That's why you don't have people countermanding the captain on a whim, because their next stop is the brig. …
  • valoreah wrote: » neoakiraii wrote: » Torpedo was blocking transport hence why they couldn't just beam it out into space...Trek trope number 189 Which Trek trope prevented them from sending in those R2D2 units to pull the manual release…
  • somtaawkhar wrote: » starkaos wrote: » Fry needs to have originally existed with Enos and Mildred as his biological grandparents in order to be able to go back in time to kill and replace his grandfather. Nope, the whole point of it being…
  • evilmark444 wrote: » starkaos wrote: » somtaawkhar wrote: » starkaos wrote: » And this is the worst part of Season 2. There is absolutely no explanation how Burnham would know about the location of the USS Hiawatha or Terralysium or f…
  • somtaawkhar wrote: » starkaos wrote: » Actually, that is really easy to explain. The original Philip J. Fry had Enos and Mildred Fry as his biological grandparents, then he accidentally killed his grandfather and slept with his grandmother re…
  • somtaawkhar wrote: » starkaos wrote: » You need to go back to Temporal Mechanics 101. It is impossible for there to not be an origin or the creation of its origin is itself. Except in all the sci-fi plotlines where something ends up creat…
  • somtaawkhar wrote: » starkaos wrote: » The origin is not itself, it just comes from a previous timeline where the time loop never existed. That isn't how time travel, much less bootstrap paradoxes, work. In a bootstrap paradox there is no…
  • somtaawkhar wrote: » starkaos wrote: » Doesn't change the fact that it is an extremely idiotic paradox. Everything must have an origin even if it is beyond our limited understanding. If something is trapped in an endless paradox, then it wil…
  • somtaawkhar wrote: » starkaos wrote: » And this is the worst part of Season 2. There is absolutely no explanation how Burnham would know about the location of the USS Hiawatha or Terralysium or figure out the secret behind the Kelpiens, time …
  • somtaawkhar wrote: » -The purpose behind each of the signals explained And this is the worst part of Season 2. There is absolutely no explanation how Burnham would know about the location of the USS Hiawatha or Terralysium or figure out th…
  • valoreah wrote: » smh ... where do we even begin with this? Not sure I will continue watching Discovery after this total stinker. Good Lord I'm turning into @patrickngo ...
  • I could see a ship with a spore drive making an appearance in Picard's series and maybe doing a crossover between Discovery and Picard series, but not the ridiculous notion of the USS Discovery being Picard's ship.
  • vetteguy904 wrote: » baddmoonrizin wrote: » According to the livestream, progress towards the ship coupon is tracked across all toons on an account, so there won't be a way to earn multiple coupons at the same time. so we cannot work to…
  • valoreah wrote: » thegrandnagus1 wrote: » Nah, you still don't understand the point. I'm not saying we currently have an explanation that would allow the Discovery to go hang out with Picard. I'm saying there is nothing in canon that makes tha…
  • jonsills wrote: » (Then again, there are the people who've never played Fallout 76 and want to tell me how bad it is as well, which is fine for them I guess - they'll have to wait to tell me that until after we're done killing the Scorchbeast Quee…
  • markhawkman wrote: » I personally saw the movie scene as a metaphor really. If a person is tired of living they're more likely to die of things that aren't really life threatening otherwise. Pretty much what happened with my grandfather. After …
  • mustrumridcully0 wrote: » starkaos wrote: » valoreah wrote: » smokebailey wrote: » Not even TNG had that. If they insist on nothing but prequels, we're gonna have the hot irons at their feet. stop the prequel nonsense, since since …
  • valoreah wrote: » smokebailey wrote: » Not even TNG had that. If they insist on nothing but prequels, we're gonna have the hot irons at their feet. stop the prequel nonsense, since since 2002, it's been prequel, prequel, prequel. Enough…
  • westx211 wrote: » jonsills wrote: » azrael605 wrote: » > @shadowfang240 said: > no, it literally IS correct > > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takotsubo_cardiomyopathy​​ I was not saying you were incorrect shadow, I was t…
  • redvenge wrote: » Queen Po: - Can crystalize dilithium - Cannot crystalize water - I Love Science It is possible that there is something in the atmosphere of her planet that prevents ice formation. After all, stuff that we take for gr…
  • rattler2 wrote: » I can only think of two instances where a game was considered canon. Star Trek Aliens: Colonial Marines In the first instance, it centered around Enterprise dealing with the Gorn between 2009 and Into Darkness. And is tech…
  • artan42 wrote: » starkaos wrote: » My problem with Pike's ending is Airiam. 23rd Century technology could put a young woman's brain into a cyborg while 10 years later Pike is stuck in a chair while completely paralyzed and can only answer yes…
  • artan42 wrote: » jonsills wrote: » Artan, the Kelvin Timeline explicitly takes place in an alternate universe. This is even mentioned in dialog in the 2009 film. No. It's called an 'alternate reality' in the film not an 'alternate unive…