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    more on this, still seems that this isn't...

    more on this, still seems that this isn't generating any dialogue so I'll just post other people's views that I agree with, Star Trek Picard did break my heart, it is as though the writers hate the...
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    now, every time I want to see real 'star trek' I...

    now, every time I want to see real 'star trek' I go for The Orville, it delivers on every level, story, character development and plot development. It is the real 'star trek' as far as I am concerned...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6psuEBJBSs

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6psuEBJBSs
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7CvyJGgMyQ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7CvyJGgMyQ
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    some actor interviews I enjoyed

    I've enjoyed all of these


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5eaU1Vh_3Y
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    modern star trek

    I found this on Quora and have to say well thought out and seems to reflect most of my thoughts on what is wrong with modern star trek



    https://www.quora.com/
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    I also see this is what the Borg would be...

    I also see this is what the Borg would be exploring programmable matter as a matter of course as their nanoprobes are exactly the same technology, especially the more overt aspects of the technology....
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    this has the potential to be very OP if you...

    this has the potential to be very OP if you really think about it, once it's adapted and reduced to man-portable and not ship-based technology.

    Imagine a programmable matter hand-held device (say...
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    invincible-class (2385 CE)

    I will have to do a spacedock write-up of this, haven't done one in a long while. It won't fit the SU's very well, as it is quite OP but that seems to be the trend these days. But as with the...
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    I'm into flint and steel fire making, I love...

    I'm into flint and steel fire making, I love drawing the spark from steel and stone. I practice my craft daily.

    I collect strikers (I have over 120 in my collection these days from makers from all...
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    as far as being relevant, the restaurant owner on...

    as far as being relevant, the restaurant owner on the starbase could simply lease a cargo bay, converting it to a hydroponic's and installing a series of hydroponic growing stations (like Kes did on...
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    I agree, there was also a precedent with Sisko's...

    I agree, there was also a precedent with Sisko's father's restaurant being able to supply tube grubs that were alive to Nog and we saw Sisko (I think if I remember correctly) peeling potatoes in one...
  13. Thread: USS Zheng He

    by WaveMan
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    mate please don't take this as a criticism, but...

    mate please don't take this as a criticism, but that write-up isn't living up to the quote "I'm on the bridge of the toughest, fastest, most powerful ship Starfleet ever put into service."

    3 type...
  14. Thread: Money on ships

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    wealth is dealt with on page 91 DS-9 RPG core...

    wealth is dealt with on page 91 DS-9 RPG core game book, it is an advantage, wealth +1 to +6 and is bought like any other advantage.

    Wealth +1 advantage gives an annual income to the character of...
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    I have always been fascinated by the Eridani from...

    I have always been fascinated by the Eridani from Battle Lords of the 23rd Century, affectionately known as Swordsaints. These are what I always hoped the Klingon would have been, truly honorable...
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    all diets have a 90%+ failure rate mate in the...

    all diets have a 90%+ failure rate mate in the long term, from the literature I have seen. Just about all diets are fads and not worth your time.

    When you see the 5 year and 10 year studies the...
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    and me getting some embers ...

    and me getting some embers


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9XbmalBBZ4
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    flint and steel

    I have recently fascinated by the ancient craft of flint and steel fire craft, and have started to collect a sizable amount of of flint and steel kits (which is my way) and love drawing the spark...
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    don't forget that The Dominion War Sourcebook...

    don't forget that The Dominion War Sourcebook page 87 has expanded rules and write ups for 24th century vehicles ranging from attack skimmers right up to phaser tanks.

    It's not very detailed...
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    RIP Aron Eisenberg

    This is not my vid but a worthy vid tribute to a wonderful Trek character, RIP Aron Eisenberg


    09- Trek Flash- RIP Aron Eisenberg

    and probably my favorite Nog moments
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  21. just bought this piece, Liong Mah marbled carbon...

    just bought this piece, Liong Mah marbled carbon fiber Eraser

    https://i.imgur.com/ESO72Ti.jpg
  22. had a bit of a run on pocket knives recently,...

    had a bit of a run on pocket knives recently, bought several, slowly working to have a 31 folder rotation, so I can have a different folder for every day on a month.

    WE 037...
  23. O'Neill cylinders, McKendree cylinders and Banks Orbital's in spacedock

    I have recently been fascinated by megastructures (smaller than Dyson Spheres as they have been discussed here already), in particular O'Neill cylinders, McKendree cylinders (including the small ones...
  24. and a vid of my EDC rotation ...

    and a vid of my EDC rotation

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mg35TVsUJ0
  25. Thread: The Orville

    by WaveMan
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    it certainly was on point and topical, dealing...

    it certainly was on point and topical, dealing with current real life issues in a futuristic setting.

    I love Orville but I do wish they would start to do more 'exploring' (they are an Explorer...
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