When you say "How do you know it is an inconsistency?"
my reply is how do you know it is not
? What makes your assessment any better than mine? Oh, wait; your passion
You say “Before we come up with such conclusions, I feel we should first consider that we didn't take the time and effort to examine all the possible options.”
I say, how do you know whether or not I have taken the time and effort to examine all the possible options and, just maybe, came to a different but equally valid
And I don’t know what TV show you’ve been watching, but the captain’s cabin set does not match the secondary hull contours, in fact, MJ
designed and built it to look as if it fit within the circular primary hull, which was his intention, this is so obvious I wouldn’t think that it would even need to be questioned? In this case I think your passion has led you astray.
And this next quote really takes the cake, “I can't believe I'm reading this. The Original Series and what's onscreen is the gospel…”
here, your Freudian slip says it all, you’re blinded by your passion, and cannot, or will not, see that the star trek is not a religion
, it’s a TV show
Oh, I almost forgot; how in the world do you figure FJ
"ignored" the stage set floor plans from TMoST
when he not only used it for the basis of his deck seven plan, but actually inadvertently copied some of the discrepancies it had with the actual sets?
I see you're using the TMoST
set plans in your own project, so then you're inheriting these (gasp) "inaccuracies" yourself, so your much vaunted precious passion has done you little more good it seems, than FJ's
supposed lack thereof.