TOS can come across rather poorly these days but at the time it was revolutionary for a TV series to address these things at all.
No, just an honest assessment of your behaviour.
Have fun arguing about magical faster than light space engines on a TV show, I’ve got better...
I’m not the one insisting that everything on a TV show has to have a logical explanation.
and do you really have to be a complete dick
Fully aware maybe but none of you seem to understand.
It's a fictional technology operating according to fictional rules.
I really should have said "no dumber than warp drive in the first place".
I really don’t see how they’re all that different. There are all kinds of technologies both real and fictional that can cause an object to stay...
No dumber than the variable geometry nacelles on Voyager.
edit: On second thought let's not do this
I wonder how many fans are just hate-watching whatever the current series happens to be and only enjoying it in retrospect.
Same, though I came along in the last days of Usenet as a viable discussion forum. Even then, actual discussions were dying out and it was...
Unfortunately if you're used to operating from a position of privilege, equality starts to look like oppression.
It's fine for things to happen in alternate timelines. The Kelvin timeline was an alternate timeline after all.
Maybe they only had to have that conversation on-screen once for the audience to get it
and just now, I had to correct "she" to "they" before...
Totally agree, especially when Vulcan history and culture was fleshed out a bit further in Enterprise.
Some people are just assholes I guess.
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