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ca3243  No.26088[Reply]

Can we have a thread about the OTHER Gene Roddenberry series that I have seen no part of other than the really damn catchy intro is it any good?

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80263d  No.26094

I watched the first few episodes with a friend of mine a few months ago. It's like a strange middle ground between Star Trek and Lexx, but Kevin Sorbo is easily the best character because he's a space paladin whose ship wants to fuck him.

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075dcf  No.26095

I hate to be that guy, but I'm pretty sure we already have an Andromeda thread.

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ca3243  No.26097

>>26095

my bad, I didn't see it in the catalog if we do

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80263d  No.26102

>>26095

I thought I made one, but it seems to have slid off the catalog.

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4b9da5  No.26111

Blind faggots go to

>>21550

there is free candy inside

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3aaf27  No.9363[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Best girl

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b6cb94  No.26056

>>26053

Dyke is specifically a mannish lesbian, you are thinking of reverse-trap or tomboy.

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cdf95e  No.26060

>>26053

>>26056

Oh man. I saw a couple of classsic dykes at walmart the other day. They had mullets, flannel shirts, and one of them was wearing khaki shorts and hiking boots. I shit you not. It's like they walked out of an episode of Clerks: The Animated Series.

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521615  No.26077

>>26056

Would you call Tasha Yar a dyke?

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08647a  No.26079

>>26077

She has a dyke haircut but as she fucks men she's just a tomboy.

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2af762  No.26085

>>25601

>>25601

Too bad she was

CHAKOTAYED

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fb1848  No.15306[Reply]

>BEEP BOOP! COMING THROUGH!

So in the grand scheme of things Star Trek as a sci-fi series didn't seem to utilise robots and indeed robotics in general all that much in the grand scheme of things.

Why do you think that is?

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8c61b7  No.25848

File: 105ebaf73e7b3d1⋯.jpeg (147.78 KB, 690x1158, 115:193, socialism___a_brighter_fu….jpeg)

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>>25846

Oh look its a ancap, point and laugh.

>while economic theory shows

Want to show this theory? How about you look at some real data on unemployment and correlate it with automation.

Oh wait ancaps ignore real data.

How about you think about it for 3 minutes and realize the problem?

No?

Is it once more the classical ancap comedy show where :

1) assume sane communist goals (you must and you are doing this).

2) See that factually and logically capitalism creates insane problems and is impossible for humans with technological progress.

3) Say there is something wrong with this.

4) go completely insane and actually start arguing like you and we are living in a Technate !!!!!!!1111111ONEONEONEONE

TODAY!

Or any other form of super socialism or communism!

5) Actually think capitalism functions like a Technate!

6) Throw away Neoclassical slogans and argue for deregulation.

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5ca002  No.25974

>>25846

If everything is automated then what does everyone do?

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3f5db1  No.26004

>>25974

middle managment and quality control the shit robots do. Basically "George Jetson at the button-pushing factory"

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bdaf70  No.26044

>>25848

>sane communist

slow down there bucko

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c93ffd  No.26045

>>25974

Comparative advantage. Humans specialize in things humans are naturally good at and robots are less good at (even if the robots are naturally better than humans in everything, they can't do everything at once, so specialization is required). Off the top of my head two big ones are creative enterprises—whether it's art in and of itself or functional items made creatively, e.g. mechanical watches—and the customer service industry.

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84d7f0  No.22996[Reply]

To open, the Borg are one of the most interesting things in the Star Trek cannon to me but for that same reason the way they're portrayed just makes me autistically angry about the stupid inconsistencies and just plain out wrong shit in the series.

Professed goal of the Borg: to achieve perfection by adding the perspectives and abilities of all other species to themselves

Inconsistent iterations of the Borg:

1. The Borg is a collective mind

2. The Borg are a collective of networked minds

3. The Borg are meat slaves that serve the Queen

Wrong shit/counterproductive motives that derive from these inconsistent portrayals as well as stand alone problems

A. Obviously the first part is one of the biggest problems, considering that the moral status of the Borg changes with each iteration. For instance: In case 1 from the above the Borg are achieving their goal to some extent and really aren't exactly harming anyone, inasmuch as assumption into a collective mind is not slavery but would rather subjectively feel like a huge amount of extra brain power and ideas being added to your own. Further, due to the merging of the minds in this way the Borg get to make use of drones without moral qualms, in that each individual is simultaneously self-identical to the collective mind and is owned thereby more like a limb than a person. Further, in this model each mind added to the collective is basically immortal, as all minds added have a complete continuity of experience through the collective and thereby, by identity principle, exist even after their original body dies. Additionally, the Borg achieve their goal in part in this scenario as the collective mind becomes more complex and receives new perspectives with each assimilation. In case 2. from the above, you lose basically all the advantages from scenario one and drone use becomes immoral as each mind is an individual still attached to a body. Further, they fail to achieve their stated goal as the collective is made up of a network that does not retain lost input from dead drones. In case 3. from the above the Borg become cartoonish villains and fail their original goal entirely as the QueePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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0baa6e  No.26008

>>26005

according to Voyager, there's a happy magical realm inside the borg collective mind where random defects become individuals in

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9daecb  No.26028

>>26008

Never saw it, but I'm going to assume it was the result of the writers watching the Matrix (or possibly Dark City) and thinking that trying to combine that stuff with the Borg hive mind was a brilliant idea… then utterly fucking over that idea, like everything else involving Voyager

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def9a8  No.26031

>>26028

That's pretty damned close, actually.

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19b9ca  No.26032

>>26008

I remember that one. It was unimatrix 0 or -1 or some shit.

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0baa6e  No.26038

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also voyager

>drones if they leave the collective will remember who they are and making a new hardwired collective is easier and more permanent then the actual one also th collective mind waves have magical healing powers

>merely turning off the implants that connect drones to the collective will mean that drone will develop independently

>a borg cube can be operated with five drones and also somehow be cut off from the collective

>there's a individual in a collective who controls the collective and it's incompetent as fuck but the borg luv their wafiu

>the borg can't fight a race of pure biological creatures because they can't assimilate them but just altering their nantics sightly will destroy said creature, the borg didn't realize this.

>injecting your self with a mental suppressant will allow you to be an individual still after being assimilated for quite a long time also having a virus in your body will fuck the whole borg collective up to the point of almost destruction.

have I missed anything else?

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File: 418aad80922ca21⋯.png (2.58 MB, 1144x3080, 13:35, 2nd Anniversary Promo.png)

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acd6f5  No.25966[Reply]

Good evening /strek/,

I am the Board Owner of >>>/bmn/ and run the weekly Bad Movie Night stream some of you may have heard about. As you can see in the subject line, /strek/ is invited to join in the celebration stream for BMN's second anniversary.

I hope you will join us this Saturday for a selection of some audience and host favorites from the past year. Six movies and two shorts; some becoming favorites for being genuinely enjoyable, others for being comical train wrecks. The night will consist of fellow kids being battered up, "IF YOU DIE IN THE GAME…", shooting the disco, live action anime, healthy eating and undead beating, calls to the CIA, and regrets of engagement. If you're curious as to what the lineup of the night will be, please see the attached invitation flyer.

Information about the anniversary stream can be found on >>>/bmn/638 .

Also, I figure this board would be a good place to ask for any bad space faring movie recommendations. My stock of space films is low, and I'm always looking to add to my collection. If you have any suggestions, I would be grateful.

Cheers /strek/, have a good night.

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4148ec  No.25997

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9abab4  No.26001

caught the last two movies, it was fun as fuck

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b13390  No.26002

JENNA REMOVE HASPERAT

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9abab4  No.26003

>>26002

JENNA ARE YOU OK?

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b13390  No.26009

>>26003

JENNA STAY HERE

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a61b63  No.25891[Reply]

>Galactic civilization that only reveals itself to warp-capable species

>implying astronomers would never see the giant space battles with their telescopes.

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1b19a0  No.25920

> allowing all civilizations to be exploited by Ferengi and Pakleds before meeting civilized aliens

I don't get this double anthropologist standard, when niggers are integrated into society they are considered equals and members of the same species, yet if a new undiscovered and untouched tribe is found in the amazon, it is somehow unethical to "contaminate" them.

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068e1b  No.25922

>>25898

>much less bandwidth needed to transfer such a large amount

Using a truck would might be the optimal solution regardless of the bandwidth (within reason). It would still take a week even with 10Gb connection.

>Never underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon full of tapes hurtling down the highway.

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f4744c  No.25926

>>25898

>Radio waves actually stop being intelligible after about 0.5 light year,

You know there's multiple cases in Star Trek of two civilizations sharing a Star System right?

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e965b2  No.25978

>>25891

I think the bigger concern is how more species don't freak out as soon as they achieve Warp travel that the Federation is there to snap them up, or after getting what they want from the Federation deciding to leave?

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976246  No.25992

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ab1c02  No.25718[Reply]

>dont watch the show

>dont read the books

>dont become in any way familiar with the franchise

>write yet another shit timeline

Jesus Christ when will this bullshit stop, it's angering me to the point of tears.

IF YOU WANT SOMETHING "DIFFERENT" TO COPYRIGHT JUST DO A TERRAN EMPIRE TIMELINE FOR FUCKS SAKE

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f0eefe  No.25932

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>>25919

>STD takes place in the prime Star Trek universe

Except it demonstrably doesn't, regardless of what anyone behind it says. They just say it does because they're under orders to revise/replace the prior source material (aka real Star Trek).

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43b76a  No.25933

>>25897

>>25913

Then don't make terrible OP's

Simple as that.

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0ad86b  No.25969

>>25932

>denial

OK there

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396545  No.25986

>>25890

>For all the bitching about the bad cgi Gorn in the Enterprise mirror universe episode

At least that CGI dude look better than the fucking Caitian in STV.

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a57fc3  No.25993

>>25969

>denial

yes, strictly speaking, i am denying that this show that thoroughly breaks from established story and visual precedent is canon.

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b4ecfb  No.21992[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

How many here remember this crystal resting on Picard's desk in the ready room? He plays with it like a pen at times, and supposedly it shows up in 78 episodes, starting from S2 of TNG.

The mandela effect dudes are throwing a party over this. I can't say I remember it either, but it's such a minor element that I might have just never noticed it on a SD screen. Still, I've spent hundreds of hours looking at that ready room and to notice such a new detail now is bewildering.

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b373ae  No.24186

>>24166

That it's that old show that their dad once watched that is totally lame. Who am I kidding? Kids don't watch TV anymore.

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ee9014  No.24191

>>24186

Fuck, nobody watches TV anymore. Viewer counts have been steadily declining since the early 90s, and the rise of social media in the past ten years has only accelerated that. It used to be that most people would spend at least a couple of hours each evening watching TV, now they're just as likely to spend that time on facebook or twitter. I don't even use social media and I haven't watched TV in the better part of a decade.

I guess my point is that kids today aren't going to be watching Discovery. When they think back on it in the future they'll probably just lump it together with the rest of trek as "one of those TV things that old people watch".

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1590bc  No.25943

>>21995

>A sort of meme that proposes that whenever massive groups of people remember something differently than how it actually is, it means there's some sort of timeline schism or dimensional shift. It's called that because at one point, tons of people were sure they remembered hearing the Nelson Mandela died years ago. Also applies to that whole Berenstein/Berenstain meme.

I just watched an X-Files episode with this in it then I clicked on this old thread & wow, what a coincidence. https://io9.gizmodo.com/one-of-x-files-funniest-episodes-in-years-examined-the-1822402939 .

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83449e  No.25944

>>25943

Stop posting anytime.

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d76f1f  No.25982

>>24166

Nothing cause the Legion of Swole will have erased the abomination from history.

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a34c2a  No.25873[Reply]

So I've seen this image floating around, and while interesting, it seems odd to compare spacefaring vessels to aircraft, when finding navy analogues makes a lot more sense. Not super knowledgeable on shipfus but I'll start off with:

>Zumwalt-class

This is a good Defiant-class, I think—overpriced meme ship with a bunch of poorly implemented, untested technology all on one boat that's a massive maintenance sink. I was considering the Galaxy-class, but she's not a destroyer. In any case, I think the' Queen Mary II is a better fit. Any other suggestions?

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aa3f41  No.25876

>>25873

If you are going to compare ships think 1890's-1950's ships and even then I would say probably 1890's-1920's is the more accurate bet. Ever heard of the game Rule the Waves? It could actually be useful here.

>>25875

Nigger I'm a plane autist and I'm not touching that one even if I was offered a chance to make love ot an F-14 covered in an ice-cream sundae.

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7ef13b  No.25902

I don't know anything about planes so that seems like a good chart that explains things pretty well

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050023  No.25959

>>25876

>F-14

>liking basic bitch sluts

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c678c2  No.25963

>>25959

>Talking shit about F-14

Commie Out

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050023  No.25964

>>25963

she's as used good as used goods get with all sorts of "additions and alterations" as such a needy codependent whore could get

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a49223  No.9811[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Previous thread is at bumplimit >>25

Archive of it: https://archive.is/17d7I

Thread basically is for discussion of ships in particular ones that are deemed "comfy"

How is anon with his fan design coming along? That actually was pretty nice considering most fan ships are to be frank, godawful trash.

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6603d8  No.25972

>>25936

>The U.S.S. Yeager – Because I really wanted to design the next X-Wing but got stuck working on the wrong franchise.

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21a297  No.25981

>>25968

To answer your whole post in one sentence.

Roddenberry was full of shit at times

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71238e  No.25999

>>25981

>effort post btfo

your truth bomb is a dud, though. GRod was not responsible for Miranda as he was all but completely shut out of Wrath of Khan production in the wake of TMP.

nice meme though

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0531a2  No.26000

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>>25968

>>25999

They were doing things like the Miranda before Wrath of Khan. There was no real statement that ships should have visible deflector dishes.

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27e501  No.26146

>>25968

There's an old theory read bullshit that a ship with a deflector dish was capable of higher warp speeds or at least maintaining said speeds but it was not necessary.

Same how more warp nacelles = more power.

Also the Miranda does have a deflector dish it's in the saucer but a very small one

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769272  No.12568[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Imagine a universe so /fit/ where gym memberships are mandatory. Where wrestling is considered a traditional form of greeting. Where men are so manly and ripped they tear bulkheads apart with their bare hands.

Welcome to the swoleverse, where there is only roid rage.

If you haven't read these masterpieces yet you can read them here:

http://readcomics.website/comic/star-trek-tng-mirror-broken-2017/0

Long overdue that this got it's own thread.

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31e95a  No.27490

readcomicbooksonline.org/reader/Star_Trek_The_Next_Generation_Terra_Incognita/Star_Trek_The_Next_Generation_Terra_Incognita_(2018)_Issue_4

Read it while it's hot.

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31e95a  No.27735

http://jkwoodwardart.blogspot.com/

Well since the Swoleverse has been a disappointment have at least this.

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b3b738  No.27928

Damn this isn't the Swoleverse

It's the Soyverse.

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aa238a  No.29338

I think we might need a new thread.

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a22b94  No.29988

File: be610c673b09600⋯.png (197.78 KB, 400x400, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

>This is J K Woodward

One of us?

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1248c1  No.24502[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Hey guys you were nominated for 8chan cup.

If you will do the following:

Figure out an emblem

Decide your team members

Give me your goal horn

Give me your Anthem

When you've got some stuff deicded post your emblem in a thread for /strek/ on >>>/8cup/ before wednesday. Doesn't have to be your final emblem, just one that represents your board.

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6ee320  No.25796

>>25795

Yeah, an anon drew he coming out of a bucket and forming into a qt andorian. It was crude but cute.

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25f3cc  No.25800

>>25787

nah, that's fine. I was okay with either Dukat or Swolecard.

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487e52  No.25820

>>25794

Should have sent Jelico

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6ee320  No.25845

File: f8913e30ce65653⋯.jpg (182.88 KB, 1023x885, 341:295, removehasperat-uniform.jpg)

I improved the Dukat pic a bit

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e454cb  No.25868

>>25845

needs more *cardassia*

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928136  No.20371[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>Inventor of warp drive

More like a fraud. History is a lied agreed upon. The government already had warp drive. The elite in Star Trek planned WWIII and went underground for a few decades. When the time was right they sent their boy Zefram up to build the warp drive. How else did he get an intact rocket? The proof to prove this is the reactor of the Phoenix. There is no way a post-apocalyptic society can produce a reactor to power a warp drive even in a small craft such as the Phoenix. After Zefram pulled his little stunt the elite came out of their underground bunkers and declared a new era of humanity. From then on the march towards a globalist Masonic government began.

Star Trek First Contact is going predictive programming to tell you the game plan for the 21st century. The world is drowning in debt and the elite always use war as a way of getting out of the mess they create. WWIII is coming and all the major nations are arming up right now.

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6697a8  No.25768

>>24548

>>24548

Look up the history of ideals going into Communism, statrting with 'the Utopia'. It's all a jewish form of government to control the goyim.

Socialism worked /once/,,, Germany.

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6697a8  No.25769

>>24676

>Without government intervention, all of the places that are "dumping grounds" would be private property, and dumping anything on them would clearly be trespassing. But because government laws have demanded that rivers, lakes, and the oceans remain public property this possibility is removed.

Centraly Sicily. It's a ecological disaster that's earning the 'private landowners' money, so the landowners let it happen.

Don't engage with the troll, it's a retarded ancap.

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6864ee  No.25771

>>24752

> flat-Earth and fake-moon-landing and lizard-people-mind-control-rays.

Yeah except "lizard people" are actually evolutions of Trodon saurid which escaped the planet before the asteroid hit. They live in deep space colonies now, outside the solar system, and only recently (40kya) started to return and conduct research on earth. They aren't lizards, there's no scales on their skin, in fact males have downy feathers over their penises and females have downy feathers over their vaginas and at the root of their spine. For some reason they remove these feathers, I think it's to better fit into their spacesuits.

The moon landing was faked, in order to cover up an invasion by a species outside our solar system. Our dino friends stopped it, which was quite difficult even though the entire "invasion fleet" consisted of about a dozen ships the size of volvos. Apparently the ships were loaded with self-replicators which would devour raw material and produce entire unmanned robot armies to conquer the planet.

And don't even get me started on flat earth. Let's just say that for some creatures, which exist in higher dimensions, a spherical world might as well be flat. Let's leave it at that yes let's….

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a8d3dd  No.25774

>>25769

>Everything I don't agree with is a troll

Hi CNN

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132388  No.25788

>>20403

No, that was the eugenics war I think.

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46ae69  No.20037[Reply]

>Voyager is actually the remedial holo-training program for Starfleet Academy

>The Kazon were invented so as to not offend the Klingons

>The crew are all cadets except Tuvok and Chucks-oats-in-sea, the instructors.

>Aliens are played by other cadets or instructors

>Holodoc is a test-run for long-running EMH programs

>They actually believe it was all real.

>When they finally "get home" (graduate) nobody has the heart to tell them the truth

>Janeway even gets "promoted" to admiral as diversity hire

It all makes sense now

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140401  No.20232

>>20220

Trek and Autism? Say it ain't so! :^)

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2fbf1f  No.25781

>>20045

>This is stupid.

Actually, it's a bit of fridge logic. A mildly decent bit of it at that.

>>The Kazon were invented so as to not offend the Klingons

>The Klingon's would not be offended by Starfleet training to fight them. Also this would only work if the Kazon were an actual military threat instead of random space faggots addicted to aquacola.

They needed 'weak-sauce and retarded' klingons for the test. THAT would insult the klingons. So they had to invent a 'new race' for the role.

>>Aliens are played by other cadets or instructors

>The Federation already does hidden examinations that are more effective due that simple training programs. That fucker Weasel Smasher went through one of these in TNG. Why switch from an effect test that shows how people really act to a planned test in which people know it's only a test?

Nobody said that it was a test for /every person on the 'crew'/. Cho-tay might be a bored guy who can't take it seriously because he knows it's a test. (But knows his ass is grass if he flubs on that one fact.)

>>Holodoc is a test-run for long-running EMH programs

>You're fucking retarded. And LMH's also exist.

It's called a stress test. And even if they deployed the EMH as a emergency program, it would make sense to test it's long term usage so they kow what can happen – considering the E-D's record of holograms going insane – it's only sensible to test what happens if it's left on too long. (Esp. if people might leave it on like forgetting a lightswitch.)

>>They actually believe it was all real

>That's, without a doubt, the stupidest fucking thing I've ever fucking heard you absolute fucking retard

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7b6651  No.25782

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>>20037

There is actually a pretty solid in-universe canon precedent for this.

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7b6651  No.25783

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7b6651  No.25784

>>25781

>>20045

>>20037

300 years ago we sent thousands of probes into the delta quadrant, the home of the borg

We have incorporated all the probes have learned into a training program for a crack crew which will form the seed crew for a fleet of starfleet vessels that will challenge the cybernetic foe on their own ground.

Would have been better premise for STD, as in starfleet opening hostilities with borg.

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c2f403  No.25694[Reply]

Voyager is a much more entertaining show if you watch it as the EMH being the main character who has to deal with a frustratingly imcompetent crew.

>sends casualties and shit his way because they don't follow the Prime Directive

>treated like an object because "he's just a hologram" despite any sort of alien life forms afforded civil rights.

>has to solve Janeway's messes at the end of the day.

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748b81  No.25697

>Only now discovering that the EMH was the main character all along

You're like the fags that have yet to discover that Porthos was the Captain on Enterprise.

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0f0cb9  No.25698

>thinking an EMH is a living thing deserving rights

You're a biotype-cuck.

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733bc7  No.25727

>>25697

> Porthos was the Captain on Enterprise

No, he was a temporal agent from the 41st century

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7f5262  No.25756

>>25694

Isn't he just a subroutine of the main computer?

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e3aee0  No.25761

>>25756

He is the main computer.

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