Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Dr Helen Noel, May 15, 2022.
He finally came up with that longevity solution.
Well, there is a fan theory that Adam, Arik, Noonien and Altan are all the same guy.
You've got to hand it to Picard writers for taking the concept of Data looking like his creator and writing out a situation which it is now more believable (at least to me) that all these fools that look like Data are actually the same person across 400 years. Sure, ENT started the party with Arik, but Adam and Altan for sure take the cakes.
I don't think they're the same person, but rather clones of the previous.
I ran across this tweet from TrekCentral, to which Terry Matalas gives an "intriguing" reply immediately below...
Where...? I hate navigating Twitter.
Right at the very top of the page. I clicked on it and it was there. You can't miss it. There's no way you can miss it. WarpFactorZ gave a direct link to the tweet itself.
I'm now definitely thinking they restored the saucer and attached it to a new (or recycled) stardrive section. Someone with the right amount of pull at Starfleet Command could do it, if they wanted to do it badly enough.
The first reply I see is from someone named "Jay." So, my Twitter-foo is failing me. Not that I have much.
Perhaps it is steeper because it's displayed in crash mode
(Atlantis is also tilted to the left)
If the rumors end up being true. Actor Ed Speleers may be playing Captain Jean-Luc Picard son. If season 3 take place in 2405 and if the character is the same age as the actor? Which will put him being born in 2371. Which will mean that Beverly Crusher is his mom. That is just a rumor right now. You will have to wait until Picard season 3 air to find out. I don't know if it true or not. I seen a Youtube video and several news sites reporting about it. and speculating who the mother is and Beverly Crusher is one of them that could be the mother of Captain Picard son.
restored for sure, that bit is obvious. But I’d be surprised if they attached it to a new stardrive. Unless the stardrive was a restored hulk from the war it seems like a waste to build a new stardrive just for a museum.
Waste of what? Post scarcity right?
This is more along the lines of what I'm leaning towards. But who knows?
The bottom of the "new" Enterprise-D probably used to be another ship. So, basically, it would be a kitbash.
Restoring a famous starship and potentially becoming a museum piece?
that’s the only way I could see them adding a new stardrive. Maybe…and here me out…what if a new stardrive was some kind of fully holographic piece. Like an external holodeck…if that makes sense.
yeah, post scarcity or not it seems like a waste of time and manpower to build a brand new, from scratch stardrive section simply to be a museum piece. Restoring something that would be non-functional is one thing. But post-war and post Romulan supernova a new ship of the line makes more sense than a museum piece.
From what standpoint? If we are post-scarcity then the time and energy is a non-factor. We are post Dominion War, and celebrating a famous starship. So, it's only a waste if one is purely pragmatic and refuses to acknowledge any sort of emotional attachment a person might feel towards a starship.
Sorry, that's ridiculous. People don't feel about starships. They are just items with no value associated with them whatsoever. In fact, when they redid the Enterprise for Strange New Worlds people were gladly throwing their TOS models in to the garbage that's how little value starships have. /s
I'm not so sure. The tweet in question was (in response to an article saying "The Enterprise-D is back in S3"):
This doesn't sound like there will be an actual ship. I'd say it's either just the saucer in the fleet museum, or a holodeck recreation of the bridge only.
Thank you for posting that.
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