Relativity makes no sense

Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Isolinear, Mar 26, 2014.

  1. JarodRussell

    JarodRussell Vice Admiral Admiral

    Jul 2, 2009
    And the Q I forgot.

    Actually, the Q are already in charge to make sure "all of creation" isn't destroyed. So any human attempt to "control" the timeline can just be snapped away anyway.

    I think there's even a novel about that, where Q takes Picard on a ride to stop the universe from being just ended by a greater power.
  2. Bad Thoughts

    Bad Thoughts Commodore Commodore

    Jun 19, 2013
    Containment Area for Relocated Yankees
    Isn't this episode a dramatization of the double-slit experiment, wherein the anticipation of a specific result produces the action that creates said result? In this case, Braxton's crime is anticipating Janeway getting her comeuppance.
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2014
  3. Kevman7987

    Kevman7987 Captain Captain

    May 20, 2013
    Erie, PA, USA
    Yes. The Novel "I, Q."
    God decides not to end the Multiverse because Q made "her" laugh. It also includes a hilarious scene where Q doesn't understand the difference between a queuing line and a "Q" line.
  4. Ríu ríu chíu

    Ríu ríu chíu Fleet Admiral Admiral

    May 10, 2005
    Mr. Laser Beam is in the visitor's bullpen
    Then again, the TIC aren't so much acting as "time police" in this episode as they are preventing one specific disaster - the destruction of Voyager. We don't really know what their attitude is towards time in general. Maybe they are mostly reactive, like the Department of Temporal Investigations.

    And even if you think that the 29th-century TIC is not realistic, I'm hoping more people agree that the DTI is. If you don't think the TIC is needed, the DTI at least must be.