By Guest Regan MacNeil
I was just wondering if anyone here bought the ST: Generations SE and if so, were there any trailers included? It was supposed to be released on the 7th but they recalled it because they forgot to include the trailers, but I just bought the new release and I still can't find them. Are they hidden, did Paramound screw up AGAIN, or did my local Wal-Mart display the wrong version?
By The Old Man
Here's a couple of questions for you Sci-Fi Buffs...
Having always been impressed with the idea Star Trek: Next Generation Food & Drink Replicators, I wondered how far off do you think we are to inventing something like this that would be safe and easily available?
Do you think such a device capable of ending famine and starvation would be made available if it were invented? Many large corporations if not governments might fall in the same way as if a water powered car were invented. My conspiracy theory meter is going off the scale here.
What do you think?
By Guest Sidewinder
Off course I would. I'll do whatever I can to keep you informed about the event but without a question it would be very cool to meet some of you there. At least from the UK it's not that far. I was on a convention in Birmingham 2003, great experience.
Regarding "Voy"; I was a little bit disappointed that they gave up their plotline very fast. The Marquis and the federation were friends after… I don't know, perhaps seven episodes? And they had resources (Shuttles, torpedo…) nearly without restrictions.
That list could go on for a while but you get the picture. "SG: Universe" is doing better in some ways. Nevertheless "Voyager" had some great stories too. I loved species 3471, the Borg-episodes, Holo-Doc and… No, I won't mention the catsuit.
Sorry for being off topic. Somewhere inside me is an old "Star Trek" fan who hadn't the chance to talk about ST for a long time...
By Gotham Gal
Star Trek Picard is two episodes in on CBS All Access. I'd recommend it if you like sci-fi and have at least a passing interest in Star Trek incarnations. It's been set up very skillfully for a potentially intriguing story re: Romulans, Data, Borg, and of course, Picard, now retired (not really). I like it better than Discovery, which I couldn't (or at least haven't) finished. On a positive note, it's been renewed for next season, so no worries about cancellation at least for a year or so.
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