Pocket Ninja: Which was the episode where a bunch of the crew began to devolve and turned into giant spiders and stuff like that?That's my favorite.
dittybopper: The biggest science mistake in Star Trek is midichlorians.
Shostie: Pocket Ninja: Which was the episode where a bunch of the crew began to devolve and turned into giant spiders and stuff like that?That's my favorite.I still wish Data would have devolved into a Tandy.
BafflerMeal: theresnothinglft: The biggest mistake in the reboot is that the transporter was able to teleport people onto a moving starship at warp and at across great distances. Say like beaming from Saturn to Earth in the case of the end of that reboot. This revelation instantly makes starship travel obsolete.Worse the transporter also shows they can remotely manipulate objects on a quantum level. In no way is the transporter a 1 shot fire all the atomic goo signal at the target location and it assembles itself correctly. This goes to ask why they didn't just lock onto the red matter and transporter it into an unstable state. Also why didn't they just transport the core of one of those torpedos on Nero's ship outside of its casing?And even better yet, if the transporter is all that great then why does the scanner technology suck to the point where they can't tell if a room is a cargo bay or not from 6 billion miles off?[1.bp.blogspot.com image 356x400]
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