Re: Gaping Hole of Troiyus
. . . I was always of the mind they weren't creating food as much as delivering it. There were too many references to "the galley." I envisioned people making food and storing it. Then when you placed your order in the slot, it was beamed in or something. The food slots seemed a tad too magical for me sometimes.
As David Gerrold wrote (I think it was in The World of Star Trek
): "Good grief! It makes you wonder what's going on behind the walls of the Enterprise."
Doug Otte wrote:
. . . Suppose a transporter tech dripped soy sauce on the control panel just before a critical transport was required?
Maybe the transported personnel would turn Japanese?
(Sorry, couldn't resist)
“All the universe or nothingness. Which shall it be, Passworthy? Which shall it be?”