Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by Rahul, Nov 20, 2017.
Heard on the bridge of Voyager at least once a week...
It'll fit into canon the same way the Genesis device does.
I must have missed the Star Trek series in which there was a ship stranded 70,000 light-years from Earth and only the Genesis Device would have brought it back home in a spin.
Clearly, you must have.
What? He missed the episode with the guy...who had the thing...that could [unpronounceable technobabble]...so Voyager could [unpronounceable technobabble] the Genesis device so they could get home instantly?
That’s too bad. Was a good episode.
Never mind the Slingshot maneuver, transwarp drive, as well as at least two instances of a Federation starships traveling past Warp 10, as well as being able to artificially generate a wormhole through a warp engine imbalance.
Star Trek technology is weird.
The Enterprise has 430 people. They or over 100 jumps from Stamets. Use more people! 43,000 jumps looks possible to me!
It was alright. I'll choose to re-watch it long before I choose to re-watch Home Soil, but really, what does that say?
And when the Borg attacked? I'll never forget that part.
Assuming the detonators on tricobalt devices cannot be rigged with timers for some reason, that episode was "Caretaker Part II.'
You don't have to be a negative, ugly bag of mostly water about it.
Nothing good...about you.
True. Their recreation of Gene Kelly's song and dance routine from Singing in the Rain was most...unexpected.
Everything changed when the Borg attacked...
Given what the Spore Drive has done to Stamets, that they were using a Tartigrade (which I've probably misspelled) earlier, and that you need some type of sentient life form to operate it and risk endangerment...
... I have no problem whatsoever writing off Spore Drive as something that was forbidden, ruled unethical, or otherwise categorized as a failure due to what can go wrong or what's necessary to make it work.
Spore Drive and Transwarp: two of the 23rd Century's greatest Propulsion Design Failures.
Danger might rule out SD for the Federation but not Klingons or Romulans
They never obtained the intel on the Spore Drive. Nor did they figure out how to create it on their own.
That's all I've got.
Hell, when you go back and look at that TNG episode I always forget the name of...frigging good "ye olde fashioned" warp drive was basically a problem too!
^ "Where No One Has Gone Before" I think is the one you're talking about. The one with The Traveler, where they end up two galaxies away?
Or "Force of Nature" where it was deemed that Warp Drive was harmful to the environment, umm, I mean space.
Force of Nature is the one.
"Warp Drive is bad, mmmkay"
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