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Use this for cross-dimension shitposting https://nerv.8ch.net/trek/trekgenrl/1701/strek/streak/startrek/furtrek

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f60f01  No.1614[Reply]

reminder that we're in the hunger games tonight at 8pm EDT

>>>/sudo/44368

if you p'toks aren't cheering, you'll be stripped of bloodwine for the next month

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4e36c6  No.30397

…… p'taQ




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77791a  No.2[Reply]

Accepting banners here

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f07dd8  No.31130

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>>31119

Shit I've uploaded the wrong file.




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69cad9  No.24382[Reply]

In Voyager season 1 episode 1 there's a fire in sickbay, why didn't the computer erect a forcefield to suffocate the fire like in that TNG episode with the Irish http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Up_The_Long_Ladder_(episode) ?

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a73d07  No.27915

>>27602

Cause people are expendable.


b254bf  No.31089

File: 8dc7fcb5e32f112⋯.png (1.13 MB, 1440x900, 8:5, 67586756543.png)

>24th century office chair

>uses 400 years old design with levers and shit


874590  No.31103

>>31089

I think it's supposed to be antiques.


e8d88f  No.31109

I remember once in an ending shot in TNG right before the credits the star field was mirrored right down the middle.

>>24382

That field was supposed to suffocate the Irish and let the fire spread to their corpses, but the field was accidentally inverted, extinguishing the fire and letting the Irish spread to other planets.


7225c9  No.31149

>>31089

Well what do you expect it to use? Rocket powered chairs?




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081dc8  No.29671[Reply]

Did the writers even watch Deep Space 9?

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c10d64  No.29973

>>29926

We should make a /strek/ disco thread where it's swole dance offs.


094b40  No.31092

>>29837

>good threads hang out at the bottom of the catalog on a board with low single-digit pph


0ebc89  No.31095

>>29794

>The deranged fucker said that claiming STD isn't canon is akin to being a fucking Holocaust denier.

so it's basically like being aware of a fact or knowing the truth about something


a4d444  No.31132

>>29891

>>29926

So they want everyone to start posting 'Deader than DISCO' memes?


28e277  No.31148

>>31132

Disco ain't dead though.




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13e565  No.30878[Reply]

Fuck you O'brien

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688d9a  No.31126

>>31124

I guarantee he is in some dimension.


c433c7  No.31135

>>31126

Everyone's a cuck in some alternate universe as well as everyone's a tranny in some alternate universe.


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ced014  No.31137

>>31126

>>31135

Not O'Brien. He just suffers in every dimension.


5c7025  No.31147

>>31137

What if in every dimension he's married to Keiko?




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d9f6bb  No.30945[Reply]

If the federation is such an enlightened utopia why did one of her colonies degrade into a sate where planet wide roaming rape gangs made the rules the moment the replicators started malfunctioning?

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0f4b5a  No.31141

>>30945

Better question is why didn't the Federation put a stop to it?

Also, they just wanted an edgy feminist backstory.


0f4b5a  No.31142

>>30953

That and they aren't concerned about the citizens, they are concerned about anyone who disagree with the Federation's way being successful and happy. So Turkana being a shitpit may have even been done by Federation agents making sure that a breakaway planet didn't provide a decent example for everyone else


54a32f  No.31143

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What better place to recruit soldiers than a ruthless hive world?


40d4b6  No.31145

Starting to feel like those 40k/Trek crossover fics you got were a lot more canon than we realized.


e1ff12  No.31146

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>>31143

>Star Fleet Death World regiments

I suppose that could make sense. If you watch the shows it does look more and more like most of their major problems are solved by some organisation that never gets screen time. I've always assumed that was section 31 doing something reprehensible behind the scenes, but what if there are a few combat regiments serving with Star Fleet that kick arse every day and never get talked about or recognised because nobody wants to admit that their utopia only exists because of the ten thousand or so muscular, psychotic, violent bastards (presumably with some kind of deeply traumatised, Academy graduate, handler) who kill and burn in their name.

>>31145

Don't pretend that wouldn't be a fun series to watch.




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e0dc6d  No.30353[Reply]

Since last one is at bumplimit and we can't have STD staying on top.

Last thread >>28217

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0398a2  No.31118

>>31088

>>31116

One possible difference is that the runabout in DS9 hid in Kuiper belt on the outer edges of a solar system, not in rings around a planet well within the solar system. Within orbit of a planet, much closer to its star, there's a lot more background radiation and interference you can hide in, unlike a Kuiper belt which is basically deep space. Further, the Jem'Hadar's primary mission in DS9 was to actively find and destroy the runabout, so it makes sense that they spent several hours trying to find it. The Kalon vessels just chanced upon an easy target while doing something else. Once the easy target became less of an easy target, they stopped trying to look for it and went on to finish whatever mission they were on before detecting the Orville.


bb9e67  No.31122

>>31118

>Central Processing, this is patrol 123.243.185.23. Our long range sensors have identified a Union Scout. Shall we pursue and emgage?

<Yes. Terminate with extreme prejudice.

>Central Processing, this is patrol 123.243.185.23. The Union Scout has fled into a planetary ice ring to evade us. We haven't seen them leave the ring and they have no means of leaving without being seen.

<Search the ring for the ship and terminate it if you find it.

>Central Processing, this is patrol 123.243.185.23. We finished searching the ring and didn't find the ship but there is this one big chuck of ice in the shape of a union ship, with a radiation source that could be a reactor that was just turned off and the whole ice block is giving off an awful lot of heat, like its just barely frozen unlike the rest of the ring which is all close to cosmic background temperature plus the expected heat from the local star. Should we investigate?

<Nah, too much of a hassle


4a5fe6  No.31139

>>31053

>yer gonna get what you want.

oh goodie, the fate of the timeverse hangs on ed/kelly shipping, or something. it was a good episode but Trek remakes and relationship drama are the other tricks they've overused and abused.

>>31087

>They're trying to build-up goodwill among liberals who will see the show as "too important to cancel"

I don't think this is working at all


0398a2  No.31140

>>31122

You have a point, but what I was imagining was more like this:

>central Processing, we have detected a Union vessel. Their projected path will pass in close proximity to our own path. Estimated time to eliminate would delay completion of current objective by 2.13%.

<Very well, you may proceed with secondary objective and terminate the vessel.

>Central Processing, the Union vessel has entered an ice ring and are foolishly trying to evade detection. They are unable to obscure themselves indefinitely, and will soon be found. Revised estimated time to eliminate woud delay completion of primary objective by 3.66%.

<A delay of greater than 3% is considered unacceptable according to mission parameters. You will continue on your original course.


cf5844  No.31144

So what is happening in the next episode? Any previews yet?




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b243e9  No.30617[Reply]

IT'S DEFCON LEVEL FUN!

Looks like we hit the bump limit, so I'll bite the bullet and invite the shitposting to continue here.

Previous threads for the masochists:

>>29040

>>20468

>>18500

>>8287

>Season 2 Status Report:

Starfleet sends the USS Fidget Spinner to investigate seven mysterious red energy bursts and a creature called the red angel. These phenomena are somehow connected to Spock, but he's in the space nuthouse so nobody can ask him. Also, everyone is sad. Michael is sad about Spock and later she's sad about practically fucking everything. Stamets is sad that his boyfriend died, but then he comes back to life, but that doesn't work out so he's sad about that too. Dr. Culber is sad that he came back to life, then he gets angry about it, then he gets sad again. Tyler is sad that he can't be with either of his stronk wimmens (the Klingorc emperor and Michael) and he's sad about having to send his newborn son to Klingon Tibet. Pike is sad that he keeps getting cucked at every turn and that nobody takes him seriously. Tilly is sad because her imaginary spore parasite friend had to go away. The only person who's not sad is Saru who uncovered an evolutionary lie about his entire species and turned into a Chad overnight (but not really).

As the investigation goes on the ship encounters a giant space brain which uses its last moments of life to download all of its memories into Discovery's computer. Meanwhile, Spock escapes the loony bin and Michael has some Family Drama (TM) with Sarek and Amanda, then goes off to find Spock on her own. She takes him to Talos IV where the Talosians fix his mind, but not his autism. He explains that he met the red angel and it shPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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063550  No.31115

>>IT'S DEFCON LEVEL FUN!

<<YUM YUM!!


2bc822  No.31128

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>>31112

It's okay, you can just ignore everything from nemesis on and be okay.


207487  No.31129

Michelle Yeoh was in some shit I saw recently and all I could think was how poorly her character is treated in STD. I feel like a Mirror Universe Empress coming over to the main universe has potential (even if the reason Michael took her was fucking retarded), especially if you make it a bit tongue in cheek, but STD makes no use of her besides

>haha in my universe everyone casually eats sentient species and fucks each other and did I mention I am actually evil >:))))

which gets boring fast. It wasn't her only issue (like everyone else, Georgiou is too dependent on Michael, a black hole of a character), but it's an obvious one.


484696  No.31131

>>31129

>all I could think was how poorly her character is treated in STD.

The writers tried to redeem the character but it was a huge mistake, she is literally worse than Hitler, you can't change people's perception of the character just by having her act friendly towards Burnham. To this day I think Mirror Lorca was the lesser of the two evils and could've had a redemption arc if the showrunners and the writers didn't hate the character they've never said it openly but it's noticable in the writing.


2bc822  No.31133

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>>31131

Well I mean lorca has a penis so do they really have to say it?




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aa655d  No.31111[Reply]

HAPPY 4/20

GUL DUKAT DID NOTHING WRONG

This thread is for Dukatposting, Cardassiaposting, redpilling, and general partying.

6d4e0b  No.31113

>>31111

Respectable quads, good man.

Dukat did only one thing wrong: he shouldn't have fucked crinkle-noses.


7d110e  No.31114

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>>31111

>HAPPY 4/20


1a9f6e  No.31117

>>31113

>Dukat did only one thing wrong: he shouldn't have fucked crinkle-noses.

>The Dukat Maneuver – spoonheading crinkle-clits


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Needs more Dukat.


296de2  No.31121

>>31114

I still love that armor and that drug thing on the chest. Why can't we get more of that?




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702bd5  No.30012[Reply]

"Ever since I was a little kid, I wanted to join a gym and get /fit/!"

Welcome to the Swoleverse anons, I presume you are already acquainted with great gains?

Here is a recap.

https://readcomicsonline.me/star-trek-tng-mirror-broken

https://readcomicsonline.me/star-trek-the-next-generation-through-the-mirror

https://jkwoodwardart.blogspot.com/

Apparently there are is more Swole out there, including a Jelico comic. Be wary of the Soyverse though, as it tries to seep the Swole away.

Last Thread: >>12568

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54d2d1  No.30483

>>30480

It was more that Cal Arts strikes again.


76998d  No.30488

>>30483

they changed it that much? I just remember the few issues I saw didn't have the trademark traced heads weirdly placed on drawn bodies


d5f65d  No.30514

>>30488

They changed to the horrid tumblr eyesore style that everyone draws these days.


913cbd  No.30712

So if J.K.Woodward does swole, what other stuff of note has he done? Where can I read it?


ae1ed7  No.31075

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>>30488

They made everyone much less swole. Also the writing sucked.




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eecc3c  No.30327[Reply]

Congratualtions! I have the feeling he will outlive Picard simply to prove he's the greatest Captain.

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366806  No.30620

>>30611

John Flynt lives in constant terror of Mac Tonight.


000000  No.30621

>>30603

Well fuck. Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.

I don't trust his math (not that he didn't just pull those numbers out of his ass) and he completely dismisses the necessary engineering (not that he has any knowledge of the subject to begin with), but what he says is basically correct. Of course, it's about like saying "fusion bombs work by mashing hydrogen together to make helium" and then attacking anybody making hydrogen on an industrial scale. The premise is factual, but the application is stupid.

Rick Robinson's First Law: An object impacting at 3 km/sec delivers kinetic energy equal to its mass in TNT. Consider the terminal velocity of a rock falling out of orbit. Then figure out how big of a rock you'd need to match the yield of a conventional nuclear weapon. Add a margin of error to compensate for ablatement during reentry. Build a mass driver on the dark side of the moon, facing roughly retrograde. Launch rocks on a return trajectory to earth. Include some form of active guidance for mid course correction and re-entry control. Drop rocks on your enemies your enemies with kinetic energy best measured in kiloton-TNT equivalents.


a61df7  No.30624

>>30621

Well like you I can't be assed to look up the math, but his whole "complaint" is retarded; firstly, no state has broadly recognized "ownership" of any part of the moon, so the moon (like everything else) effectively belongs to whoever has the will and capability of claiming and defending it (which is no one for the foreseeable future), so there's really no civil authority who can control what a company could do there except at where they would be launching from earth.

Secondly, any "company" with the will and capability to deploy hard military powers like shooting down satellites or releasing orbital kinetic impactors is a de-facto state actor in itself, so the idea of "legislating" what a corporation like that is "allowed" to do is nonsense (they have access to nuclear weaponry equivalents and are going to listen to what congress cucks want if they're not in agreement? Not likely).

Thirdly, big business already gets basically everything it wants out of every western government anyway (aside from small quibbles, but realistically trustbusting and laws constraining international capital and the financial sector are extremely lax, massively biased against smaller competitors and local business), so why should they care if it is the U.S. government who de jure controls the moon when they de facto decide how it would be used anyway?

Overall it's the nonsense worry of the type of guy who would cut his dick off and change his name to Brianna tbh.

Also LOL at calling guided orbital connetic impactors "dropping rocks", what a retard


403009  No.30986

>>30603

socialists scared of capitalist moon rocks


11a457  No.31073

>>30621

>kiloton-TNT equivalents

That's the real issue here, in order to outbang a conventional nuke you'd need a fucking huge rock. The tsar bomba had a yeild of 50 megatons, that's a 50 million ton rock at 3km/s. Sure, the rock is gonna be going a lot faster than that since it's got the whole distance from the moon to accelerate, but you'd still probably need a rock with a mass of tens or even hundreds of thousands of tons, and then you've got to build something that can launch it off the moon.

It would be far, far easier just to use nukes, and you don't even need to be on the moon to do that.




274252  No.28816[Reply]

"Ever since I was a little kid, I wanted to join Starfleet."

"All I ever heard growing up was how great Starfleet was."

Does everyone in the future just work on space ships or something?

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f5e763  No.30975

>>30806

Cry harder. I can't hear you yet.


7d8b81  No.30981

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>>30975

NIGGERS GET THE GAS


7b2be8  No.31000

>>28892

>The Canadians expended a lot less blood doing it

I'm not familiar with estimations of the tribal populations in each country, but I expect the Iroquois et al were significantly less well armed and organized than Southern tribes which had been raiding the mexicans for many years. As well Canada also ended up with a significantly larger intransigent underclass of Indians than the US (although not to be outdone, they imported and released an even larger and more intransigent underclass from Africa). In fact the Indians served as the primary members of the progressive coalition for white genocide in Canada until their numbers were eclipsed by chinks and poos over the previous decades, while propaganda has shifted more towards the vanilla Americanized "muh poor niggers".


ba49dd  No.31052

>>28888

Checked, do you by any chance play Star Fleet Battles, and although your taste is Patrician, why do you bring up the beauty that is Shoggoths here?

>>28890

Almost all the ranks we see on screen in Next Generation are commissioned tho.

>>29990

The death toll in the hundreds of billions in the Yesterday's Enterprise timeline does not support this estimate unless there are a lot of colonies or unless they started cloning people or something in that timeline after the point of divergence.


2ef1af  No.31068

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>>28816

<"All I ever heard growing up was how great Starfleet was."

>be me, promising ensign

>work hard all the time

>never do anything to endanger the ship or it's crew

>never be allowed on the bridge

>never be part of an away team except when they expect one of us in the wreckage

>never mentored by the captain or any first officers

>never get any private time on the holodeck

>never assigned any special projects

>nobody cares if I get into the academy or not

>not related to a senior officer

Who else on this ship feels like there is a club and we're not in it?




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a863f7  No.27566[Reply]

How different would Star Trek have turned out if it premiered today instead of in the '60s? Would it still be recognizable as Star Trek, or would it just not be the same with the current zeitgeist?

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b1a615  No.30808

>>30803

>there's something that looks suspiciously like a spare warp core

Actually that's just Janeway's coffee grinder.


9feb3f  No.30810

>>30803

>Because they took the antimatter out of the spare and used it to make new torpedoes.

Then why did they ever kvetch about having a limited supply of them in the first place?


3e3d3c  No.30974

>>30808

>Janeway's coffee grinder is powered by anti-matter

Seems legit. But here's a question: do you suppose there is any difference between coffee that is replicated directly, and coffee that is made in an actual espresso machine with grounds made from replicated beans?

>>30810

They were worried about running out of torpedoes but didn't want to sacrifice the spare warp core, until the time came when there were simply no more torpedoes (or not enough to ensure they wouldn't run out in the middle of a battle) and so had to dismantle it. It's always nice to have a backup, but surviving the current situation takes precedent because if you're dead the backup does you no good.


53dcaf  No.30985

>>30974

>do you suppose there is any difference between coffee that is replicated directly, and coffee that is made in an actual espresso machine with grounds made from replicated beans?

They had a whole hydroponics deck dedicated to coffee beans anon. Do you need to ask that question?


0596f4  No.31050

>>27566

The megacorps would never let another thing like Star Trek happen in a million years.




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209f56  No.17775[Reply]

What is /strek/'s take on The Expanse and the book series its based on?

The villians logic.

The tech.

The ships.

The deliberately turning scientists into high functioning sociopaths to avoid moral scruples with their work.

The politics between belters, Mars and Earth.

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8102e1  No.30987

>>30357

It failed because it's:

A) Not interesting

B) Has badly written characters, plot, and setting

C) Pretends to be realistic to get the dumb person pretending to be smart audience

D) It's basically black hole theory version of star trek


c05e74  No.30990

>>30357

No, it's coming this year on Amazon Prime.

>>30987

>Not interesting

How is it not interesting? It explores solar system politics and hard sci-fi concepts while dealing with a grim-dark alien presence lurking behind everything with unknown implications.

>Has badly written characters, plot, and setting

1. I agree Holden, the Asian dude and Naomi are a bit vanilla, but the rest are absolutely fucking entertaining characters.

2. The plot isn't bad. It's laid out on a series of books and planned from the beginning, it dives deep into interplanetary conflict.

3. How the fucking is the setting bad?!! It's sets are absolutely beautiful.

>Pretends to be realistic to get the dumb person pretending to be smart audience

You don't have to watch it because of "I fucking love science". The fact it actually tries to be realistic instead of giving up any such notion as a premise is now a bad thing? That's not what carries the show anyway, and it's not supposed to. It's a character, plot and exploration driven space opera.

>It's basically black hole theory version of star trek

No.


8aa8d2  No.30992

>>30987

It's a good show but it has the same issues as Game of Thrones: there are too many characters and so little time to allow them to grow.


8102e1  No.31006

>>30990

>How is it not interesting?

>Holden, the Asian dude and Naomi are a bit vanilla

Those are the main characters, you just answered your question. The other characters might not be "vanilla", but they are undeveloped in the story arc, they're ornamental peacocks meant to strut in and grab your attention for a second before leaping back out of the story.

As for the science… it itself isn't the focus, the point I'm making is not that scifi even hinges on science, but that this story PRETENDS to be realistic. That's the bad part, the pretending, not the science. A good scifi is generally a drama or a tragedy written in the classical sense with character development driving the story, the science is the setting of the scifi, it's not the content itself. This show basically has no story arcs in it, the science is the story, and it's crappy nuscience to start with. If your response to "the setting is bad" is "how the fucking is the setting bad?!! It's sets are absolutely beautiful" you may want to look up what "setting" means in terms of story, because that was fucking embarrassing.

>It's a character, plot and exploration driven space opera.

The only way you could possibly say this is if you've never read a space opera. Mostly I feel bad for you because you've clearly been deprived of the best scifi has to offer… but I'm a bit annoyed that you're calling a prius a sports car. Read this:

https://www.amazon.com/Praxis-Dead-Empires-Fall/dp/0743461118/

Then compare it to Duh Espans.

>>30992

The book itself was badly written, only a very good director could have made it work on screen.


e67886  No.31044

>>26724

>sliders

>hard scifi

>objectively better than Trek or Swars.

if sliders didn't do an episode where magic is literally real, I'm honestly surprised




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7e84a2  No.31016[Reply]

>"How do you allow Klingon peta'Q to walk around in a Starfleet uniform?"

>"Remove this tohzah from my sight!"

damn i didn't know raimi wrote TNG episodes too

7d9ce1  No.31017

Only a Varul would use such language.




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