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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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1be545 No.23697

>>23648

Soycard is winning now.




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77791a No.2[Reply]

Accepting banners here

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04fc7a No.23749

>>23732

If he had been aborted it would have been a pleasant surprise.




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a1e3e8 No.22124[Reply]

What is the best kind of Star Trek particle, energy, or spatial anomoly?

and why are they tachyons and subspace eddies

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e83a47 No.22878

>>22362

Then you're completely surrounded by tasteless faggots and should remove them from your surroundings in some manner of your choosing. You're also probably one of them if you like The Office, so remove yourself too.


7b7525 No.23016

>>22872

That isn't the girl that wore diapers doing weed while playing Mario Kart is it?


d87129 No.23458

>>23016

I dunno man the folder provides


d87129 No.23771

Some of the best particles in the franchise are the ones that make up Trois big ol titties


e47c9a No.23772

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>>23771

Your comm badge is still on, Reg, everyone can hear you and Einstein talking about the counselor's ahem. Characteristics, for the last 15 minutes.




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4a8aef No.21992[Reply]

How many here remember this crystal resting on Picard's desk in the ready room? He plays with it like a pen at times, and supposedly it shows up in 78 episodes, starting from S2 of TNG.

The mandela effect dudes are throwing a party over this. I can't say I remember it either, but it's such a minor element that I might have just never noticed it on a SD screen. Still, I've spent hundreds of hours looking at that ready room and to notice such a new detail now is bewildering.

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115bf5 No.23714

>>23692

Well I have no evidence that Wheatboy has balls. Sure he wasn't a girl?


fe3635 No.23747

>>23714

>I have no evidence that Wheatboy has balls

You must have looked away from the screen every time when he was wearing that skintight outfit in the early seasons because it hid nothing.


db7626 No.23750

>>23747

Rolled up socks anon.


7c05d9 No.23766

>>23750

>>23747

Mandarin oranges wrapped in tinfoil.


fa9858 No.23770

>>23747

That is evidence that he HAD balls.

What we don't have is evidence of him having balls currently.




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e03f2c No.23036[Reply]

So, I just finished watching Voyager for the first time.

Honestly, while it didn't tip TNG's season 6, 90% of it is better then 90% of TNG, while the 10% of TNG gold can't really beat Voyager's best (the second Silver Blood episode really comes to mind, along with Author, Author). Especially the first few seasons: it was painful getting through the first season of TNG, Season 1-2 of Voyager are both about half that painful but a lot more sleep-inducing.

The ending was "eh", not as good as TNG's or DS9 (obviously), no buildup whatsoever.

What did set it apart from TNG are the characters: outside of Data, TNG was boring as shit as everyone was somehow perfect. They were huge dicks to Barclay at first, and in VOY his new bosses are actually supportive and friendly.

Now, VOY has their character's problem (Janeway flip-flopping, Chakotay never really given any proper screentime, Tuvok only there for the "wizzap dis is illogical as shizzle my dizzle yo", SoN's character arc not really handled well) but honestly if they'd have announced a season 8 of either VOY or TNG, I'd rather have Voy S8 than TNG S8 if only because the characters being much more believable.

Doctor + Data teamup when? Also Chakotay should've dicked Janeway, and the Doctor and SoN a couple goddamn it.

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2affc9 No.23727

>>23726

>I hope not even the craziest lolbert would argue that something that replicates by the pressing of a button within 0,5 seconds

No, the lolberg case for realistic Trekonomics is somewhat different, as outlined in the posts you so steadfastly refused to engage: >>22349


b3a4e0 No.23735

>>23726

Thing is, if Trek is left-liberal, what's STD? Where are my mini-skirts, Eurocentrism, and negroes without a "street" dialect? Trek carries the hard bigotry of high expectations.


a089ba No.23745

>>23726

>Yet in Star Trek, they constantly "solve" problems by sticking to their allegedly superior moral code, and deep issues are resolved in debates about ethics

You say that if half the episodes (and three quarters of VOY and 95% of ENT) wasn't about violating those morals selectively, or if half of DS9 wasn't about deconstructing those morals and describing at length why they were bullshit, and as if the Federation isn't essentially ALWAYS AT WAR with someone or another.

And FUCK YOU, Pale Moonlight was a masterpiece. Just the look on Sisko's face when he had to accept that all his machinations and plans and schemes and layers of keikaku were outdone by a mere tailor who knew which back to stick a knife into.


f9c899 No.23757

>>23735

left garbage dump?


bc9ef8 No.23769

>>23036

I'm currently rewatching. 3 episodes in. Forgot how pleasant to watch the show was.




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5c976a No.18910[Reply]

The Cardassians are the greatest race in all the Glaxay. Talk about your favorite Cardassians and how they are superior to other inferior races.

Does anytone think they are autistic enough to try writing a Cardassian style mystery novel?

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9100e0 No.23716

>>23694

The thing is it was heavily implied that Bajor was on the brink of all out war before the Cardassians came. Factions were fighting for control, there was no attempts to tap into their resources efficiently, Bajor was headed for chaos. If the Cardassians hadn't given them a "common enemy" they would likely have destroyed themselves. Even in the first few seasons of DS9 you hear about all the infighting going on and Bajor came close several times to tearing itself apart.


62a4ec No.23721

>>23716

>Dukat tried to help

>But they wouldn't let him

>He only wanted to liberate Bajor from the stranglehold the 'prophets' had kept it in

>He only wanted to unify them in the love of the Pah Wraiths


07fd1e No.23755

How do Cardassians discipline their children? refuse to take them to the Opera?


4dbe7c No.23764

>>23755

you have to eat all the tespah eggs.png


62a4ec No.23768

>>23755

>How do Cardassians discipline their children?

They don't need to. A Cardassian child who has misbehaved in any way or even just failed to live up to the expectations of their parents or teachers will approach their parents, grandparents, and great grandparents. Once there the child will inform their elders of what their failure was, explain the punishment they have already given themselves and ask if that is sufficient to earn the forgiveness of their family.




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a450a4 No.23468[Reply]

How stupid is the idea of the Prophets?

I mean its the perfect example of writers throwing in stupid ideas to make them look alien, in the end they(writers and the Prophets) only look retarded.

>pleasure what is this

>Time what is this

>Destroy him! Or he will destroy us!

>death what is this

>pleasure what is this

its really hard to imagine anything existing without the concept of pleasure and pain.

>Time what is this

If you don't understand the concept of time you are defective.

>Destroy him! Or he will destroy us!

>death what is this

The literal fuck?

1) if you understand the concept of stooping to to exist you understand death. do your retarded

>death what is this

Makes you look retarded

2) HOW? Are you implying you the Prophets can not die?

Rating 10/10 on the absurdity pure TV bullshit.

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453a91 No.23672

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>>23666

>to turn Sisko into full-on Space Jesus that goes on a spiritual quest to find a holy artifiact on a goddamn desert planet.

Thanks for jogging that memory of a very shitty episode and season, Satan.

>that Star Trek Online handled that Dominion armada–instead of the Prophets vaporizing it or something, they just had them come out ~40 years in the future. This is actually a pretty smart way of doing it, because it plays to the Prophet's nonlinear time hoolabaloo,

Hell, that's not bad.


9474ae No.23709

>>23666

>Talks about Space-Jesus while sporting the trips of the Antichrist

This is just too perfect.

Also, that episode ALMOST worked, if only it had turned out to be a completely futile effort and Sisko never found the stupid artifact. Maybe make it so that he never needed it in the first place, that he just had to search inside himself or some shit. The part where he was a madman digging through sand leaving his old man behind to nearly die of heatstroke to fuel his delusions was okay; the part where he was proven justified was not.


014a4b No.23734

>>23672

>Hell, that's not bad.

STO in a nutshell until you get to the ground combat.


1aaf2e No.23738

>>23734

And the PvP. Musn't forget the pay-to-win, lootbox-driven PvP.


453a91 No.23767

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>>23738

>Musn't forget the pay-to-win, lootbox-driven PvP.

PvP never interested me in those types of games, but jesus fuck someone needs to emulate what Kevin did to the Husnocks out of p2win and lootbox 'it's not gambling tho' gambling. Without remorse.




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35c8da No.22958[Reply]

What the fuck did the Breen have against Oakland, anyway? Even if we assume that demographics are completely different in teh fyooture (maybe that's where all the Starfleet shipyards are?) you can't ignore the obvious connotation for the real world that they were specifically targeting the nig city. For what purpose? If they wanted to piss of Sisko in particular, the writers sure did a good job making sure he DIDN'T bring it up.

I just can't accept this not being intentional. Avoid the actual Starfleet HQ, all the commercial districts and businesses in SF proper, but nuke the oaktown flat. Why?

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2a37bd No.23730

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>>23708

There actually is a instance of millions of manned/AI drones being used in Star Trek Beyond. While the ultimate foil to the bad guy's ramming droneships was literally rock music the idea behind was simple.

For the millions of drones to actually fly in a fleet without bumping into eachother they needed a network of communication between the ships. Signals being sent and received by the on-board AI by the thousands, constantly between each ship and the ones close to it.

There is no way to protect these signals from enemy or quantum interferences, which aren't hard to create by any ship, even without rock music.

In other words, jamming is cheaper than

>muh six gorillion drones.


35c8da No.23746

>>23717

It doesn't matter what the insurance companies want or what logic dictates; it's the consumer who doesn't want anything to do with automated cars. It will never happen in the USA because muh individual freedums, but I can easily see it becoming commonplace in big European cities simply due to population density, within the next 20 or 30 years.

>snow filled weather conditions

Humans can't drive worth shit in snowy conditions either. The point was never to create a flawless system that never makes mistakes and accidentally kills people; the point is to make a system that is better than a human driver, even by a small percent — then it is worth it, and even the shitty driverless cars we have now are already measurably safer than humans.

>>23730

I'm sorry, but you're talking about some movie which never actually happened. That wasn't Star Trek; it was The Fast and The Furious 12: We Wuz Spacemans and Sheet.


2a37bd No.23759

>>23746

>The Furious 12: We Wuz Spacemans and Sheet

I can accept that description, nevertheless the weakness of mass AI/manned drones to interfering signals (enemy or other kind) is nevertheless something to consider.

The Russian military probably has several gagdets that can fuck with american drones making them all but useless for a fraction of the cost.


503c55 No.23763

>>23746

>It doesn't matter what the insurance companies want

Heh, if only you knew. Did you miss this part?

< automated cars and the system it brings about

Read between the lines. New infrastructure contracts, and possibly furthering a dystopian situation where ownership and control will be attempted to further be replaced with "convenient and ready access without the hassle of ownership goyi- I mean fellow countrymen"

>it's the consumer who doesn't want anything to do with automated cars.

Have you ever tested your hypothesis? Because I've seen the possible future, and even the consumers (that yes, I actually talked to) who don't want anything to do with it, are either enticed by the tech, and or enticed and forced by the possibility of lower insurance rates. Besides, consumer space will likely be the last one to get the system despite the mainstream attention. Fleet vehicles is where the big players are really aiming at for a while now. Once that reaches a critical mass, then it's the regular consumer space in yes, dense urban areas and definitely freeway usage.

>It will never happen in the USA because muh individual freedums, but I can easily see it becoming commonplace in big European cities simply due to population density, within the next 20 or 30 years.

Buddy, pal, amigo. Everything I said about the subject does not equal = I endorse all of it's implications. But I'll tell you this. If you think it's only going to be in eurabia. You're in for a rude awakening. I already heard many of the big players repeat your exact words of "the next 20 or 30 years", and they're not aiming exclusively at the the EU urban zones.

>The point was never to create a flawless system that never makes mistakes and accidentally kills people

Uh ok? Don't remember myself mentioning that 100% success rate is what they're after or even possible, I do remember mentioning something about an acceptably functional rate. The rest of the stuff seems like you're paraphrasing most of the points I already listed Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


503c55 No.23765

>>23746

>and even the shitty driverless cars we have now are already measurably safer than humans.

Well except this small detail, I do agree that the driverless cars we have now at this time of writing, are still shitty. :^)

Slightly more serious, whether they're measurably safer than humans is highly debateable and depends on the area you're talking about. A densely populated urban center with a bunch of new rapefugees who drives a car the same way they beat their camels or hilux technicals where they came from because they never saw snow? Well the odds might be even on that one as to which ones are are the shittier drivers.




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34e1bb No.12568[Reply]

Imagine a universe so /fit/ where gym memberships are mandatory. Where wrestling is considered a traditional form of greeting. Where men are so manly and ripped they tear bulkheads apart with their bare hands.

Welcome to the swoleverse, where there is only roid rage.

If you haven't read these masterpieces yet you can read them here:

http://readcomics.website/comic/star-trek-tng-mirror-broken-2017/0

Long overdue that this got it's own thread.

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41cd2f No.23748

>>23737

>Broccoli doing air guitar

Wat?

>>23744

We have a Soy Alert.


92dd65 No.23751

>>23741

Is Soycard praising the sun?


e0e2aa No.23758

File: a39e09935423722⋯.png (39.28 KB, 78x234, 1:3, manwitch.png)

Is this a tranny?


1a5187 No.23761

>>23758

no that is what is known as a female.


fe2b14 No.23762

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c2505e No.21905[Reply]

Looks like Picardo is returning and is going to have more screentime. Also why have we been ignoring this?

http://archive.fo/dVNYo

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a93aec No.23690

>>23689

And Seth is known to be a massive Trekkie, so not only does he want it to be an authentic experience, he hired alot of people who worked on the main line series like Enterprise and DS9 and that ensures a quality the likes that STD can't get. It might be painted up as Star Trek but all the fans know that the spirit of the series is with the Orville.


76ef88 No.23722

>>23679

Looks like this image confirms the continued presence of Alara. That's good, I was worried for a while there.

>>23640

>Talk about how we want to give Alara headpats?

Her alien anatomy makes her very well built for headpats. Fivehead is best head, and I bet those ears are very sensitive to being rubbed.


96be5d No.23724

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>>23679

>bat'leths growing out the sides of the head

Is Down syndrome so prevalent in this species that evolution gave them all bike helmets from birth?


ca3200 No.23756

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>>23724

I wonder if Pakleds will turn up?


7e8420 No.23760

>>23722

>Looks like this image confirms the continued presence of Alara

I think it's from an episode of the first season.




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1a3d8c No.7642[Reply]

After looking up about this ship class and the history of it, was it actually ever good? For a Frontline Heavy Cruiser the Federation seemed to build hardly any of them considering how many of it's replacement Excelsior Classes they built. Was it a luxury instead of being a serious ship? It always seemed that the Miranda Class was a far cheaper option that could do it's job nearly as well.

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8d7885 No.19637

>>19635

F-18 was actually better than the F-16 and by all rights the F-16 shouldn't exist, but then again the whole US Aviation industry is a clusterfuck (((too big to fail))) which translates as kike companies stay afloat while good ones die off


5b7579 No.19680

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>18898

of course.


457dc1 No.23733

>>19637

The F-16 predates the F/A-18 by a good while. The light fighter competition was YF-16 vs. YF-17, which the YF-16 won to be developed into the F-16. The YF-17 impressed enough people that they didn't let the design die, they kept moving forward and making changes and improvements and developed it into the F-18.


ace29b No.23736

>>7748

for much of starfleet's history none of their ships were dedicated warships, as the whole concept of a combat vessel runs against the core values of starfleet; exploration, diplomacy, scientific discovery. that said, every single starfleet vessel was capable of fighting, but only as a secondary consideration as a matter of necessity. it wasn't until the defiant class that you had a ship that could only do combat roles.


6998ba No.23754

>>23733

>Replies to a 3month old post

>Still misreads it

Anon he said F-18 not F/A-18?




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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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e5b7a4 No.23664

>>23655

>How autistic do you have to be to think this shit is serious?

Guess how I can tell you've never actually read Heinlein and are basing your conception solely on the movie adaptation.


c66d56 No.23678

>>23664

In his defense, The Starship Troopers movie was supposed to be a parody of fascism. They failed and just made it look even better.


54bf68 No.23695

Star Trek is the future we want, The Expanse is the future we deserve.

>>18292

>>18297

If two-thousand belters die to bring water to mars, I am only interested in the purity of the water.

>>18813

With what happens after Venus, you could make a case for The Expanse being a prequel to the Playstation game Colony Wars - a small number of colony systems (colonised by Belters) rebel against the Empire (Earth / Mars reunited), which is taking all their resources to prop up the population in a depleted solar system. The Canon ending being a terrifying twist which you could see happening in a real war (though being good at the game gets you one of the two nice endings instead)

>>19404

I think they're a good example of SJW's managing to keep their politics (mostly) out of their work. Or at least being able to write from the other side's perspective. No doubt there's some leftist board going "lol how could right-wingers like this, it's obvious the Martians are the bad guys". See also: Watchmen… and I had quite the soft spot for the bad guys in V for Vendetta, too. The shitty movie ironically made the society they have built look even nicer. Even the prostitutes live in comfortable apartments with huge TV's.

>>22651

KEK I actually once thought Belter Creole was called Lang Belta… actually that's another mixed language created by human colonists in the Asteroid Belt from a totally different sci-fi series from the 50's.

>>23099

Some nigger country launched it's first satellite not that long ago. And by "launched" I mean a rocket and satellite built entirely by NASA, ESA, JAXA etPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


52f27c No.23752

>>23678

The more time goes on Starship Troopers is the ideal future for humanity.


eb50e0 No.23753

>>18292

>>18297

D'YU NAE DA WAE?




466a79 No.23742[Reply]

In the episode "Data's Day", when he and Dr. Crusher on the holodeck dancing, Dr. Crusher is called away. Data requests a new dance partner from the computer. Who played that part? I've been researching this off and on all day and there is no reference to her anywhere. She seems kind of familiar like I have seen her in other episodes as a background character. It's driving me nuts because I can't figure out who she is.

466a79 No.23743

Never mind. I found it. Her name is Jane Sibbett. There's no mention of her TNG work or any other appearances in other Star Trek venues.




e310fd No.23728[Reply]

You whant to date with pretty girl and dont know how to do it? Use Pickbride mobile applications, that apps make it most comfortable on dating market.

e310fd No.23729

Tired of the monotonous gray routine? So go ahead with us! Visit the most incredible corners of the planet and find the coolest travel companions and enjoy the purity of the moment along with Airy Bay!


7968e3 No.23731

File: e808f81873a9b94⋯.png (1.47 MB, 960x719, 960:719, what book you reading ther….png)

Is the Federation getting that desperate for new planetary membership or something, that it has to resort to this kind of pledge drive, time share condo mail order bride in a swampland pestering?




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2825e6 No.14060[Reply]

Let's have a weapons discussion in trek. What phaser rifles would you like to have. Would you want a Fed model, or the more brutally simple spoonhead made direct energy rifle. If the technology reaches a point where stopping powah and ammo capacity becomes relatively same, would the shape and size of direct energy weapons favor a submachine gun size instead of full length rifles.

Would you rather have a makleth instead of the larger bat'leth due to the extreme short distance of melee CQC in space ship boarding or battle situations. Do you think Worf is a klingon weeaboo who is far too focused on muh million times folded bat'leth because HONOR when he could have got a lot more more out of practical shorter bladed klingon weapons.

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bb1ab0 No.23696

>>14157

Apparently in most battles in edo-period Japan (a time when the other civilised countries all had muskets / rifles, but Japan was isolated on purpose and the few firearms they had were locked away by lords), the samurai used spears / pikes or bows. Even when they didn't have firearms the katana and wakazishi (or whatever the short one is called) were ceremonial / dueling weapons.


3d1b42 No.23699

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>>23669

The only thing that makes sense is to make TOS + first 6 movies the primary canon and everything else be treated as an AU canon. Possibly several AU's.


939141 No.23700

>>23699

It could be simpler to define every individual show (and its associated movies) as its own universe.


18d3c6 No.23706

>>23700

It would be simpler, but there's a lot of crossover between TNG, DS9, and VOY as they took place at the same time and sometimes swapped characters or events. And the Mirror Universe supposedly bridges all of them.


939141 No.23713

>>23706

True, but there's enough contradictions between those three shows that treating the crossovers as special cases would be easier than the other way around.




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