The Official Welcome Thread

Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by Lord Garth, Sep 21, 2007.

  1. Dilandu

    Dilandu Commander Red Shirt

    Jul 25, 2016
    Moscow, Russian Federation
    Well, hello! I'm Dilandu, actually - Alexey Shirokolava (Shiro for short), from Russia, 28 years old. Doctor of Agricutural sciences, speciality - triticale (unfortunately, still not quadro- ) New to this forum, but not to the Star Trek itself; started to watch it since early 2000s.
  2. BillJ

    BillJ Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Just make sure not to claim everything is a Russian invention and things will go smooth! ;)
  3. Dilandu

    Dilandu Commander Red Shirt

    Jul 25, 2016
    Moscow, Russian Federation
    For what reason should I claim something that is a common knowlege? ;)
  4. Skipper

    Skipper Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    Jul 28, 2016
    Skipper here and for two days I'm humming "Sabotage" :rofl:
  5. Smellmet

    Smellmet Commodore Commodore

    Aug 5, 2013
    The Northern Shires of England.
    You are not alone. I've been watching star trek for 37 years and I love all three reboot films.
    CaptainDonovin likes this.
  6. Tetragrammaton Invictus

    Tetragrammaton Invictus I like the new Doctor Premium Member

    May 31, 2015
    About to steal the TARDIS
    I'm not a die hard fan who has lived through Trek since the 60s but have seen all of the series at one time or another. My favourite series is Enterprise and I actually think the Abrams movies are a ton of fun.
  7. CaptainDonovin

    CaptainDonovin Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    Jul 8, 2006
    Labrador City. woof
    Nope, you've got company. I'm 43 & have been a fan at least since my late teens & have really loved these movies & personally would love to further explore the Kelvin Timeline. I can fully accept this is an alternate universe.
  8. Jonno1971

    Jonno1971 Ensign Red Shirt

    Mar 24, 2016
    Thanks for the support guys. I loved Beyond by the way !
  9. ScottJ85

    ScottJ85 Lieutenant Red Shirt

    Aug 1, 2016
    Hi all, I'm Scott, a 30 year old IT guy from Melbourne, Australia, and I've been watching Star Trek in one form or another since I watched it with my dad at the age of five.
  10. apenutncc1701

    apenutncc1701 Cadet Newbie

    Aug 14, 2016
    Hello to all! My name is Mark, I live in Wichita, KS. I have been a Star Trek fan since the early 70's. I am almost a year older than Star Trek's premiere in 1966, being born in December 1965. Look forward to many interesting discussions on the forum. I enjoy all the different forms Star Trek has become over the years, but my main interests are the original series, animated series, TOS movies and the Kelvin timeline movies. When I think of all the forms Star Trek has taken, I am reminded of the Vulcan IDIC, infinite diversity infinite combinations. I think the Star Trek universe is big enough for all the various ways ideas have been presented. I enjoy Star Trek because of the optimism it presents for the human species, that someday we can come together and truly be united without worrying about someones skin color, sex, race, religion, etc.
  11. King Daniel Beyond

    King Daniel Beyond Admiral Admiral

    Nov 5, 2008
    King Daniel Beyond
    *waves hello at newbies*
  12. AJE

    AJE Ensign Red Shirt

    Aug 31, 2016
    Hello! I'm AJE (just my forum name) and I'm from Anchorage, AK. I'm still pretty new to Star Trek, having only seen the new movies (I was only 12 when Star Trek Enterprise was cancelled, and never really got around to seeing it or any of the other shows). Still, I am attracted to the concept because it's an optimistic future that doesn't view technology as degrading or destructive (looking at you, BSG), and I am kind of a technophile.
  13. Ovation

    Ovation Vice Admiral Admiral

    Welcome aboard.
  14. williampaynter76

    williampaynter76 Cadet Newbie

    Jan 30, 2017
    Hello To All;
    I've recently joined this forum to gain further insight into the many "Worlds of ST". Been a Ardent fan of the Franchise since it's early beginnings (1966) at the age of Ten Years. I admit it Changed MY life in many ways. Still Does. I'm an avid Hobbyist, and have built (still DO), models of the Star Trek ships: TOS, TMP, Voyager, and now collecting and building ships from the "Starfleet Museum". The Models range in size from 1:1000 scale to 1:350 scale, or 4.5 inches to 35 inches.
    Thank You, for reading my ravings, and look forward to posting some pictures of some of my "builds" !
    Again, THANK YOU
  15. M'Sharak

    M'Sharak Definitely Herbert. Maybe. Moderator

    Aug 22, 2002
    Terra Inlandia

    For discussion of modeling, you may also want to check out the Fan Art forum. Topics to be found there include model-building with discussion of process and work-in-progress updates, as well as digital modeling, modeling for 3D printing, and many 2D forms of fan art.