Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Go On Take The Star Trek/ Sci Fi Quiz!

Heres a Star Trek/Sci Fi Quiz for serious science fiction trekkers out there, with itchy crackerjack fingers. Remember guys always keep your phasers on stun! Awww Heck, Belay that order, set phasers to maximum intensity and make like a denibian slime devil with delusions of Godhood.

Go On Take The Trekker Test!!

1.How many worlds has admiral Jarok visited before he turned defector and fled to the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC 1701-D?

2. In what year was the term Science Fiction invented?

3. Who flung Emperor Palpatine down the star destroyers reactor shaft and why?

4.What is the composition of Commander Data's upper spinal column?

5. In what year was Science Fiction born?

6. What is Worf's last name? (human) Spelling Errors Allowed.

7. What are the 3 laws of Robotics?

8. Who is the meanest Sci-Fi Pirate in the Galactic Universe?

9. In 1912, three science fiction writers went down with the Titanic. What are their names?

10. What is the difference in the measurement between Picard's left and right eyes?

11. How many times does holodeck matter leave the holodeck intact aboard captain Picard's Enterprise?

12. Which sci fi character in Star Trek TNG said "Sir, I protest. I am not a merry man."

13. Lieutentant Reginald Barclay 's IQ grew to what fantastic levels during the Nth Degree?

14. What is the registry of the U.S.S. Victory on stardates 44664.5 to 44668.1?

15. The Rite of Passage in the Klingon Empire is known by what name? What special right does the ceremony allow Klingons exercise?

I hope you had fun guessing! You'll find the answers in November's archive.

Live long and Prosper Trekkers!


Colm Smyth said...

Oops, I think I know only 2 answers.

But I'm also confused - what's the difference between 2 and 5?

Spacerguy said...

I'm glad you asked. It seems in 1916, Mary Shelley was inspired to write Frankenstein after having nightmares about her deceased infant son.

Mary Shelley kept interesting company with Lord Byron, Percy Shelly her poet husband and author of Ozymandias, (believed to refer to Ramesses the Great.)Together with Dr John Polidori they exchanged ghost stories.

In 1818 Frankenstein is published. Science Fiction is born.

Hindsight is a great thing. Over the centuries, a great deal of proto SF was written but nobody used the term "Science Fiction." It was'nt until 1929 that "Science Fiction" was properly invented.

Before the "sci-fi" discovery, writers called their works by many names such as Utopias, Scientific Romances, Fantastic Voyages, Lost World Tales etc

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