Random stuff like to see in ST3

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  1. Kevman7987

    Kevman7987 Captain Captain

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    Meh.

    It's Schroedinger's starship.

    The ship is both 366 meters or 725 meters until it is explicitly shown. The ship exists at all previously mentioned sizes until it is actually mentioned in dialog or numbers are shown physically on screen and added to canon. The size of the ship right now depends completely on plot and graphics designers.
     
  2. Smellmet

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    Which is precisely why I couldn't give a toss about it.
     
  3. Mr. Laser Beam

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    Vaughn A. was on an episode of Law & Order: LA and was pretty good in it. He plays a guy who goes crazy at a city council meeting 'cuz they got his wife mixed up in a corruption scandal. He does what Vaughn does well: chew people out. :lol:
     
  4. Enterprise1701

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    What if powerful incorporeal beings forced Kirk to work with a Klingon and Romulan officer while stranded on a planet. The Klingon and Romulan are knocked out by the enemy, and so Kirk takes their handheld weapons. Imagine Kirk wielding a bat'leth or maybe a d'k tahg and honor blade in either hand.
     
  5. Lance

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    A one-legged circus clown wearing a jewish skull cap.

    That'd be pretty random.
     
  6. King Daniel Beyond

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    Every time you see the bridge window, you're seeing a ship far bigger than 366m. At 366m, it would take up almost the entire height and width of the dome.

    Schrödinger's box, in this case, is made of glass:cool:
     
  7. King Daniel Beyond

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    THIS in the background somewhere.

    Data's severed head on a shelf among some rare trinkets, as part of a Kovis Fajo-like collection.
     
  8. T'Girl

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    My long dreamed of cross-over, Star Trek / My Little Pony.

    :)
     
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    You almost got that in STAR TREK V, when Shatner wanted to have Sybok riding in on a Unicorn, at the start of the picture. I guess to appeal to the female fan base, I'm not sure. It's not surprising why girls love Unicorns, so much, when they poop precious gems and fart glitter.
     
  10. Newspaper Taxi

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    I'd like to see the whole thing be a Red Dwarf cross-over.
     
  11. Lance

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    To be honest, if I ever found myself pooping precious gems and farting glitter, I'd see it as a reason to book a visit to my doctor.
     
  12. T'Girl

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    The large phallic symbol on the horse's forehead doesn't hurt.



    :)
     
  13. Beyerstein

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    An end to the NuTimeline.
     
  14. King Daniel Beyond

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    "Hi, my name's Captain Braxton and I'm here to fix the timeline!"

    :ack:
     
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    Just as St: Eleven began with a "split,"
    ST: Thirteen will end with a "merge."

    Maybe something similar to the end of the episode The Year of Hell where something big and flashy happens (it is a JJ Abrams movie) and the next thing we see it a TOS style Enterprise sailing through the suddenly peaceful universe with a voice over by Kirk indicating they're on a routine mission and all is well.

    :)
     
  16. Ovation

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    Dear God, I hope not.

    I want as few "nods" to other Trek as possible. If there must be some, keep it simple like "the Mudd incident" (though even that seemed a bit forced) or drop a few familiar place names into a conversation. No need for anything obvious.
     
  17. Mr. Laser Beam

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    Unlikely...there's no way that Braxton and company could even know about this timeline in the first place, since the black hole that took Spock Prime and Nero there was strictly one-way. (That's why the new timeline didn't overwrite the old.)
     
  18. Enterprise1701

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    Why not? 29th century temporal sensors seem to be able to detect temporal events native to that era, such as the alternate 2390 Harry Kim's intervention in "Timeless". The Relativity's crew probably detected a temporal signature in with the artificial black hole but realized that since nothing changed for them that the Jellyfish and Narada must have undergone one-way travel. Plus, the TIC has had 5 centuries more experience than the TNG era Starfleet. Since that time there's probably been at least 1 incident where some madman stole Starfleet equipment and traveled back in time but Starfleet realized that they were safe because the madman accidentally initiated one-way travel.
     
  19. Mr. Laser Beam

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    But that was time travel that occurred in only one timeline - one part of it to another part of it.

    The Abramsverse, on the other hand, is entirely separate and distinct. The black hole that took Nero and Spock there was strictly one-way. It transmitted no information back to the regular timeline. That's why there's no way the timecops could possibly know about it.
     
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    I guess your interpretation is reasonable. I, however, believe that any quantum phenomenon has to generate some kind of observable temporal signature. After all, any humanoid present at the artificial black hole would have been able visually observe the black hole.
     
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