Where did humans first find dilithium crystals?

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  1. siskokid888

    siskokid888 Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Geez, I was just there recently and somehow missed that. Anyway, very cool that a guy as young as you is a successful author. Kudos!
     
  2. Christopher

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    It's easy to miss. It's way in the back of the lower level of the gift shop.


    I'm older than I look...
     
  3. siskokid888

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    ^Well, that may be, but kudos none the less. Being absolutely devoid of any artistic talent, I have great admiration for anyone that has some - especially if they parley it into personal success.
     
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    Hoe long ago was that picture taken, Christopher? I have not been to that gift shop in over 5 years.
     
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    Wouldn't the Vulcans already be using Dilithium in their own Warp Ships? They may have gotten the first Dilithium from them.
     
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  7. Justdave7102

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    I had to look that up too.. Lithium was a precursor to dilithiom. Before a mining process.
    http://www.startrek.com/database_article/lithium-crystals
     
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