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Old May 14 2009, 08:33 PM   #91
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission on vacation?

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It wasn't a danger, it made the Federation stronger.
How exactly?

Even if they were stronger, a change is a change, and the loss of 6 billion lives plus the centuries of new life that would've come afterward is pretty important.
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Old May 14 2009, 08:35 PM   #92
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission on vacation?

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It wasn't a danger, it made the Federation stronger.
How exactly?
That is only for the the Timefleet Agents to know.

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"Now that is a great example; it rid us of the hypocritical Vulcans and made us stronger at the same time." "I don't see it. Who's the girl in the miniskirt again?"

See?
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Old May 14 2009, 08:39 PM   #93
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission on vacation?

I think in FIRST CONTACT the original timeline died. When Jordi told Zephrim the name of the Enterprise it inspired him to name the first warp 5 vessel after the Enterprise E.

It could also be that Archer made a deal with daniels to finally get rid of the Vulcan High Command.
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Old May 14 2009, 08:54 PM   #94
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission on vacation?

One of them read a centuries old book describing M-Theory and quantum branching, and they realized the the entire Temporal Cold War was actually a tremendous waste of time.
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Old May 14 2009, 08:58 PM   #95
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Caption contest!
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Old May 14 2009, 08:58 PM   #96
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission on vacation?

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One of them read a centuries old book describing M-Theory and quantum branching, and they realized the the entire Temporal Cold War was actually a tremendous waste of time.
Then they sat down, had a cup of tea and realized they shouldn't bother all that much, anyhow. Then entered the golden age of universekind.
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Old May 14 2009, 09:01 PM   #97
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission on vacation?

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Caption contest!
Indeed! I already submitted my little gem but if someone could photoshop a small image of Nero into one of those "time bubbles" and start a thread that would be awesome.
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Old May 14 2009, 09:10 PM   #98
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http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Temp...ity_Commission

They worked so hard to keep the timeline intact from the sphere builders but somehow missed the big ass DANGER DANGER DANGER in the Temporal Observatory when Nero went thru the singularity.


Does this answer your question?
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Old May 14 2009, 09:15 PM   #99
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission on vacation?

Because we all want to believe Enterprise never happened..
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Old May 14 2009, 09:18 PM   #100
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Because we all want to believe Enterprise never happened..
I second that. I do have the series on DVD but I would have had a lot less headaches if Enterprise never happened.
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Old May 14 2009, 09:25 PM   #101
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Re: Was the Temporal Integrity Commission on vacation?

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Because we all want to believe Enterprise never happened..
I second that. I do have the series on DVD but I would have had a lot less headaches if Enterprise never happened.
Only if you think about it too much. So, don't think about it. Problem solved.
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Old May 14 2009, 09:26 PM   #102
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Where are they? The purist are saving them back until Paramount and JJ have had their run, then they'll claim that the Temporal Integrity Commission jumped in and reset everything back to the Prime time line.
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Old May 14 2009, 09:28 PM   #103
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It wasn't a danger, it made the Federation stronger.
The idea that the Vulcan genocide made the Federation stronger is highly debatable.
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Old May 14 2009, 09:28 PM   #104
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Because we all want to believe Enterprise never happened..
I think there were some good things that came out of Enterprise. The temporal cold war wasn't one of those.

In fact this was a perfect example of how the studio ruined the series and not the writers. It was the studio that demanded a more "futuristic" vision of Enterprise, so they introduced the "temporal cold war" theme.

The coolest thing about Enterprise to me, was the fact that it was antequated, that they didn't have shileds and photon torpedos yet, or a tractor beam.
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Old May 14 2009, 09:30 PM   #105
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It wasn't a danger, it made the Federation stronger.
The idea that the Vulcan genocide made the Federation stronger is highly debatable.
Of course it is. But it's a good a reason as any as to why there are no temporal agents involving themselves.
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