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Old May 18 2009, 03:20 PM   #136
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission/Relativity/Daniels on vacati

The whole time travel police was dumb as fuck.

I mean, I could buy some really advanced Federation technology and having one or two ships where they can observe past events like in that TNG episode. I also didn't mind the investigation people from DS9 cause it wasn't that serious, and was jokey. But thats about it.
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Old May 18 2009, 03:23 PM   #137
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission/Relativity/Daniels on vacati

IMO, the TIC hasn't gotten involved because as far as they're concerned, the timeline hasn't changed. Vulcan is still there.

Why go messing about in a timeline that isn't yours and has no impact on yours?
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Old May 18 2009, 03:49 PM   #138
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Was the Temporal Integrity Commission/Relativity/Daniels on vacation?
Daniels can take vacation at my place anytime.
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Old May 18 2009, 04:29 PM   #139
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Nothing in the new film contradicts the existance of Enterprise, heck if you ask me the Xindi attack is likely a big reason why the Starfleet of this timeline is a lot more militaristic and advanced than the Real One.
There's no evidence that the Xindi attack didn't happen in the prime timeline. Until we're told differently, we can assume that it did.

Same goes for ST:FC. It was part of history all along. There was never a timeline where it did not. A classic predestination paradox. It always happened.
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