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Two million words!

It’s time to do another one of my overview posts of the word count of my published works, since it’s been nearly three years since… 578 more words

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What generation is the one you grew up watching? What about your partner or family?


What generation is the one you grew up watching? What about your partner or family?

I grew up on TOS reruns watching with my dad. My partner grew up on TNG and the TOS movies. 35 more words

Star Trek

How do the ships in Starfleet deal with time dilation at full impulse?


How do the ships in Starfleet deal with time dilation at full impulse?

I know full impulse isn't the speed of light but it's still 0.25 of light speed so time dialation should be an issue.

Star Trek

World's Worst Trekkie: Carlie Takes on "Errand of Mercy"

I don’t know if any fictional species has undergone as much alteration as the Klingons. From TOS to TNG to the Kelvin Verse to Discovery… 1,338 more words

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TELEVISION: Star Trek Discovery, 'Saints of Imperfection' (dir. David Barrett)

Star Trek Discovery is, five episodes into its second season, relying uncomfortably heavily on fake-outs. In fact, it’s flat-out trolling its audience. Not only is the audience yet again built up to expect the long-awaited appearance of Spock (who here turns out to be Michelle Yeoh’s returning Philippa Georgiou, piloting Spock’s abandoned shuttle), but for the second episode in a row, we are given an emotional goodbye to a character who is about to die before a miracle solution is suddenly found. 701 more words

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TV News – Anson Mount On Star Trek: Discovery Season 2

A vocal group of Star Trek fans exists who are displeased with Star Trek: Discovery and the overall state of Star Trek as a franchise. Still, from what I can see, it looks as though… 274 more words

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Editing Error/Production Error in "Saints of Imperfection"


Editing Error/Production Error in “Saints of Imperfection”

At about 25:33 into the episode (on Netflix, anyway), Tilly keys some stuff on a keypad in the dissolving Discovery to check for life signs. 146 more words

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