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Old September 9 2012, 06:44 PM   #42
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Re: Does the Federation still exist in the 31+th century?

I always thought that Daniels said he worked for the Federation, but this whole thread has put me into doubt.

The Department of Temporial Investigations book was mentioned, and I gotta say I enjoyed that book very much, and I enjoyed the new interpretation of the Temporial Cold War and how two factions are Federation (29th Century and 31st Century) but they don't agree on how things should be done (I guess 31st Century agents don't directly take things into their own hands and just try to get indigenous people prevent the temporial damage while the 29th Century takes a more active role, going as far as making temporial clones of people by trying over and over).

Empires do rise and fall, but if the Romulan Empire and Klingon Empire can sustain for so long then I don't find it hard to believe that the Federation can survive for at least a thousand years.

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