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Admiral Buzzkill May 1 2013 05:37 PM

Another new clip: "Keep going, Scotty!"
 


That's a big engine room. :lol:

6079SmithW May 1 2013 05:46 PM

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Seat belts! Its about time.

TommyW May 1 2013 05:58 PM

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Engineering still looks like a brewery then

6079SmithW May 1 2013 06:07 PM

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TommyW wrote: (Post 8029102)
Engineering still looks like a brewery then

Yup. Looks like a lot of beer is going to be spilled in engineering. That's ok, though. Its only Bud. :p

Mad Jack Wolfe May 1 2013 06:11 PM

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6079SmithW wrote: (Post 8029150)
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TommyW wrote: (Post 8029102)
Engineering still looks like a brewery then

Yup. Looks like a lot of beer is going to be spilled in engineering. That's ok, though. Its only Bud. :p

In space, no one can hear you drinking Miller Lite. :rommie:

DarthTom May 1 2013 06:13 PM

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TommyW wrote: (Post 8029102)
Engineering still looks like a brewery then

Yea. As I understand it they used the Budweiser facility in the San Fernando Valley, CA.

Robert D. Robot May 1 2013 06:32 PM

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*sigh* Oh well.... I was hoping for a 'new' interpretation of the engine room that would have been a walk back from the brewery & city-block-size-catwalks-and-tubs set (they are on the Enterprise, not inside the Death Star nor within the Great Machine of the Krell), but I guess I'll have to live with it.

Not liking all the 'cracks' that keep cutting across floors & walls & ceilings of the Enterprise in these J.J. movies, though. Dramatic, but seems like this pervasive structural damage would make the NCC-1701 worthy of decommissioning, not a candidate for repair....

Scotty: "There's red lines through her lateral structural members. She's broke her back. She'll never warp again."

Lord Garth, FOI May 1 2013 06:41 PM

Re: Another new clip: "Keep going, Scotty!"
 
Exciting but the music is shockingly underwhelming to me
Gia can and has done faaar better
Scotty almost got beaned by a sears hot water heater lol

cbspock May 1 2013 06:58 PM

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I wonder what type of weapon hit the Enterprise, it looks like it is caught in some sort of turbulence.


-Chris

M'Sharak May 1 2013 07:00 PM

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DarthTom wrote: (Post 8029186)
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TommyW wrote: (Post 8029102)
Engineering still looks like a brewery then

Yea. As I understand it they used the Budweiser facility in the San Fernando Valley, CA.

That would be this one.

Romulan_spy May 1 2013 07:30 PM

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Notice the poor crewmember that "falls" sideways into the wall. Yikes!

Occupy TNZ May 1 2013 07:33 PM

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Scotty needs to work on his upper body strength.

Great clip, want more.

Tom May 1 2013 07:36 PM

Re: Another new clip: "Keep going, Scotty!"
 
Whats going on with the gravity there I wonder.

DarthTom May 1 2013 07:40 PM

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Tom wrote: (Post 8029600)
Whats going on with the gravity there I wonder.

Additionally, how does gravity plating work [isn't that how they create artfiical gravity in Trek] in such large open spaces?

YellowSubmarine May 1 2013 08:12 PM

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DarthTom wrote: (Post 8029627)
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Tom wrote: (Post 8029600)
Whats going on with the gravity there I wonder.

Additionally, how does gravity plating work [isn't that how they create artfiical gravity in Trek] in such large open spaces?

Wasn't gravity plating first mentioned in Enterprise? Even there you had a neutral spot on the ship, so it probably works in a way different from what you would imagine when you say "gravity plating". Besides, it could have been the artificial gravity of another ship that was pulling them down when theirs went off.

Either way, I don't care how it works, it is amazingly cool and it makes sense for it to do that in space. It makes the whole concept of artificial gravity feel more real to me. Neat idea. Good job.


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