Picard and Strange New Worlds moving the Eugenics Wars into the 21st century creates some things that just do NOT fit at all with TOS and The Wrath of Khan (e.g., Spock specifically says Khan was absolute ruler of 1/4 of Earth from 1992 to 1996 in "Space Seed", Chekov states Khan is a product of "20th century genetic engineering" when confronted by him on Ceti Alpha V). Thinking about it, I just wonder how much of the change is that for some people's it's important to see Trek as being set in a future iteration of "our" world. Would it change things for Star Trek to go with things being set in a universe where the 1990s and the 2020s go very differently and you just have to go with that? All of the episodes and movies told their tales, and you just have to go with it, whether its Apollo and the Greek Gods being real aliens or dinosaurs escaped Earth to live in the Delta Quadrant. Or should Trek canon change to fit within our timeline, and always be about a speculative future just over the horizon in order for people to accept things as maybe happening at some point in our future, and let writers create new aspects off of the ideas?