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A sickeningly bad idea indeed

Science and progress hardly ever stop just because a few cuckoos think we’re going too far. That’s what I tell myself most of the times when I bump into depressingly ill-informed articles about ageing and the diseases of old age. 1,123 more words

Advocacy

Star Trek TNG Season 7: "Genesis" and "Journey's End"

I’m going through “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and reviewing every episode, complete with commentary and a grade from A-F. I’ve also included a score and comment from my wife, who has never seen the show before. 907 more words

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Music of Star Trek Blogathon: Star Trek Nemesis and Blue Skies

Blue skies smilin’ at me.
Nothin’ but blue skies do I see.
Bluebirds singin’ a song.
Nothin’ but blue skies from now on.
I never saw the sun shinin’ so bright.
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A Q+A with Star Trek: The Next Generation's Q

A Q + A with the omnipotent Q himself? Who could resist his power?

Of the many celebrity guests sharing stories and signing autographs this weekend at Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo, John de Lancie has one of the most impressive sample reels of onscreen experience. 956 more words

Festivals

Caption This: The Consultant's Review

Woman: “All right, I’ve seen enough. Well. While this may look bad, I don’t think you have reason to worry. I have helped people with even more severe difficulties in high-fiving. 231 more words

Humor

Star Trek: TNG "Masks" and "Eye of the Beholder"

I’m going through “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and reviewing every episode, complete with commentary and a grade from A-F. I’ve also included a score and comment from my wife, who has never seen the show before. 743 more words

Star Trek

Hollywood Military: Turning Down Promotions

Still picking on Star Trek here, though I’ve seen this example on shows like Criminal Minds where a really good promotion is offered to a character and they turn it down to stay with the ship/group/etc. 333 more words

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