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Old June 21 2014, 02:19 AM   #31
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Re: Regeneration question...

I agree with Yanks. One timeline
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Old June 21 2014, 02:31 AM   #32
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Re: Regeneration question...

ReedEnterprise wrote: View Post
I agree with Yanks. One timeline
There's at least 285,000 unique timelines that features a version of the Enterprise by the 24th-century...

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WESLEY: Captain, we're receiving two hundred eighty five thousand hails.
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Old June 22 2014, 02:05 PM   #33
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Re: Regeneration question...

It's a nice idea, but I watch Enterprise and I have no problems seeing it as less advanced than the Original Series.

I don't need a multiverse theory to explain how a set designer in the 21st Century can incorporate elements undreamt of as ever becoming so compact in the 1960s.

Same deal with the Kelvin. Over a century in the ST universe, the design aesthetic just went through complex and industrial, on its way to colourful, and streamlined. Simplistic to the point where one jelly bean controlled what ten calculator buttons did before.


For a prequel watched before the 60's show the design and characterisation was dead on. It was the storytelling approach that's occasionally anachronistic to that setting and schizophrenic as a result. Because of having to involve the Temporal Cold War really. As much as I was sick to death of time-travel by the end, I didn't see anybody intending all that as anything other than pre-destination paradox resolved as they went along.

Funny thing is, now the Abramsverse movies are commited to not doing time-travel, I kinda wish they would...
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Old June 22 2014, 05:13 PM   #34
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Re: Regeneration question...

Picard saw what we saw. The sphere disintigrated into bits the size of thumbnails. He had no reason to think an intact chunk and a bunch of survivors that clearly weren't there would somehow appear.
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