Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Shat Happens, Dec 17, 2013.
And only one person gets to handle the captain's pips.
That's only true if you think he was after Janeway the whole time.
All that is imaginary given credence by a few loud sociopaths.
Take Janeway out of the Equation and he's batting a 100.
You mean like, blow up the universe?
There are plenty of other universes.
Without Janeway in them?
I think he means like,
Spoiler: Voyage Trek Lit Spoiler
read "Before Dishonor".
No one cares about that any more, NOT.DEAD. all the way baby!
Whatever gets you through the night.
Note: I ceased reading any Voyager novels after that. They had given me what I wanted, and I need no more.
Although it is not mentioned in the episodes, Seven was a slammmer for women sexual freedom and sexual freedom in general. She believing, especially, sex was the best way and trueist way for peace and happiness. In fact, Janeway was close on her heels and willing to rendezwous with Seven's challenge almost daily. It is left to the audience how these three women- Seven, Janeway and Torres stayed away from each others throats (so to speak).
So the Federation didn't have medical technology that can replace scars? Did Picard have scars? Apparently not, as he was, well, naked in Chain of Command lol..
It may just have been that Seven's skin needed to adapt and it was not permanent.
Now go face palm yourself.
It might have been easier to put Picard back to more-or-less right, because there was a pattern to work from (the scan from the last time he used the transporters, if nothing else). Annika Hansen *grew to maturity as a Borg*, and, presumably Voyager wouldn't even have records of a scan from her childhood self, either. So there would presumably be a bit more guesswork involved in what her non-Borgified body should be like. (Although I can't imagine it being a whole lot more - a holodeck that can run simulated human beings well enough to have them fall in love and have children shouldn't have too much trouble with the command "show me a full anatomy of what this Borg would look like unassimilated".)
It began with the Caretaker when Harry and B'Ellana was scarred by the caretakers' experiments in the first episode. Yet they were healed in sickbay. It is my guess (and it doesn't contain much foresight) that the officers receive double or triple priority over the rest of the crew.
OK, so even in the 24th century, the Federation doesn't get human morphology/physiology? The fact Seven was an adult is enough of a template to go by. Every human has a unique body obviously, but it's easy to see where the pieces fit, so to speak.
Sure, but the Doctor is a perfectionist and a bit of a pervert, so he was taking his time with every "would her skin be freckled or not where this piece of Borg tech was?" type of question as he went - and there were thousands of them, plenty of opportunities for him to get his sensors full of Seven as he went.
If Anika was supposed to naturally freckle... The Doctor would have illegally corrected it.
What a reason to be publicly executed, becuase I doubt the EMH would have got the sweetheart deal that the Bashirs did.
Children often don't start freckling until exposure to sunlight. 7 may have freckling genes but she has exactly had much sunlight.
Sunlight is weakened radiation over distance (98 million miles) bleeding sparsely through our planets natural shields.... Those Cubes are probably pissing radiation out every hastily wired conduit and mismatched slush gutter.
Freckling isn't the issue so much as being seriously burned every day that hours of regeneration would have been entirely necessary..
Seems though that the Borg taint a drone's natural skin colour, most likely by altering DNA. So if a Borg cube or sphere went close to a Sun-type star, it may not have any effect.
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