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Old October 2 2012, 09:31 AM   #5
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Re: Star Trek: TNG - Hive already has continuity flaw

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it states that the borg of the 29th century have assimilated the entire galaxy. However, there were several stories dealing with the 31st century in Enterprise and Voyager (here).
And Star Trek has only ever shown one version of the distant future.
Star Trek HAS only shown one version of the distant future. All other futures get wiped out and they never intersect, as far as I remember.
And what, exactly, makes you think that the distant future seen in Hive will not similarly be wiped out by the time Hive ends? What makes you think the future of Hive is going to last any more than the futures seen in "All Good Things..." or "The Visitor" or "Endgame?"
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