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Old September 1 2014, 11:38 AM   #106
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Re: Has Enterprise ever messed up the continuity?

Where does Colonel Green fit on the timeline?

Extracting millions of genetically damaged humans from the genepool after the war.

(It was TNG who moved the war.)

After the war, but before first contact?

Yes.

A Global leader before, during and after the war.

The consideration of infrastructure to enable a modern mass extermination is obvious.
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Old September 2 2014, 02:27 PM   #107
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Re: Has Enterprise ever messed up the continuity?

Colonel Green was involved in WW III itself (he led an ultra violent radical faction of eco-terrorists who caused 37 million deaths) and also genocidal killing of radiation victims after the war was over.

ENT was going to do an episode about Green, but after Brent Spiner expressed interest in appearing, the arc was re-written and turned into the Arik Soong Borderland/Cold Station/Augments arc.
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Old September 2 2014, 10:59 PM   #108
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And you have to remember that WWIII officially started in 2026 and officially ended in 2053, while the "seeds" for the war were planted back in the 1990's with the Eugenics Wars. So the timeline for WWIII is a lot longer than the timelines for WWI & WWII combined.

Plus Colonel a Green was responsible for 37 million deaths.
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Old September 2 2014, 11:09 PM   #109
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Nuclear wars do not last years.

They last minutes.

Memory Beta says that posturing started as early as 2026, but the war itself didn't kick off till the 2050s.
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Re: Has Enterprise ever messed up the continuity?

If ENT is supposed to be chronologically the "first" set of adventures, we could say all series and films produced before it messed up continuity.
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Old September 3 2014, 12:01 AM   #111
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Guy Gardener wrote: View Post
Nuclear wars do not last years.

They last minutes.

Memory Beta says that posturing started as early as 2026, but the war itself didn't kick off till the 2050s.
http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/World_War_III
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Old September 3 2014, 12:38 AM   #112
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Alpha vs. Beta.

The few facts we have, can be interpreted in a different ways.

DS9 says that there was a "planetary" baseball league in 2026.

(Plenty of planets in the solar system.)

That would have made the sport quite difficult if the players had to train to compete in different gravities depending on where the game is played.
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Old September 3 2014, 12:40 AM   #113
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If ENT is supposed to be chronologically the "first" set of adventures, we could say all series and films produced before it messed up continuity.
That's how time-travel works.
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