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Old January 22 2013, 05:10 PM   #46
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Re: What happened to 'time travel at will'/slingshotting?

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I always get the impression when watching 'Assignment Earth' that more episodes with the Enterprise going to different periods of Earth's past might have been made.
That doesn't seem likely. The time travel in A:E was just an excuse to set up the backdoor pilot for a Gary Seven series of the same name which would be set in the present day. It wasn't meant to set up a new story element within ST itself.
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I just finished your DTI novels Quite impressed. Good to see the Vedala given some love.
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