Monday, November 16, 2020

Why Star Trek canon is cooler than Star Wars and Doctor Who.

 Hey Trekkers Spacerguy here. Remember our Borg buddies in 2373 Star Trek First Contact? History records Jean Luc Picard's USS Enterprise NCC 1701-E racing after the Borg Queens time travelling sphere to protect the timeline in the Alpha Quadrant. Pesky Borgs wanted to assimilate earth in the past 2063 so Picard had to act fast.  

USS Enterprise NCC 1701-E
USS Enterprise NCC 1701-E

The Borg Attack and Launch their Time-Sphere
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Picard pursues the Time Sphere into the Vortex to stop the damage!
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The Borg Queen realized after Wolf 359 war with Federation and Worf's tough little ship spelt game over! 40 ships whooped the automatons real good didn't they? lol However a number of drones including the Borg Queen played by Alice Krige didn't give up, remember the Borg don't feel pity, they don't negotiate and will never surrender. 

I am the Borg Queen. You Will Obey Me!
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Resist and You WILL be Assimilated! 


 The pure magnificence of the Borg's stratagem took us on a joyride because by the time Picard blew the sphere to bits the fun was just beginning. So how did our Borg buddies escape through a temporal vortex and turn earths happy ball of beings into cyborgs? 

STAR TREK, Star Wars or Doctor Who -
decide now Trekkers and Trekkies 
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I am Jean Luc Picard how can this be happening to me?


The USS Enterprise-E crew soon discover Earth assimilation in a past timeline has occurred. Is it too late? Eradicating this point in time is critical! but Picards sovereign class starship is right where the Queens big plan takes shape. Heck even Data joins in the fun and why not eh? When more reinforcements from the Delta Quadrant arrives construction of the Interplexing Beacon hails more Borg buddies from the Delta quadrant, at least thats the idea!


Captain, I believe I am feeling... anxiety. It is an intriguing sensation


Borg drone passion for network transwarp conduits and technology took over "Captain Ahab's" ship in the 24th century. Lets face it, Picard wanted revenge,  I mean how would you feel about being experimented with cybernetic devices throughout your body and then we have the ultimate showdown between Picard and and Worf on the Enterprise-E bridge.

WORF: With all due respect, sir, ...I believe you are allowing your personal experience with the Borg to influence your judgement. PICARD: You're afraid. You want to destroy the ship and run away. You coward. WORF: If you were any other man I would kill you where you stand.



Long story short trekkers, The Queen hadn't counted on Dr Zefram Cochrane revolutionary space travel with the invention of the warp drive or Mr Worf blowing the Enterprise-E beacon to smithereens! 


Is Resistance always futile?  Worf stopped himself from killing Picard. Why?

What did Picard say to Mr Worf on the bridge of the Enterprise-E which enraged the Klingon?

1. You're a coward now get off my bridge.

2. Your afraid, you want to destroy the ship and run away, you coward

3. Fight hand to hand but go down with the ship Mr Worf, thats an order!


LIVE LONG AND PROSPER, MY TREKKER FRIENDS.



14 comments:

  1. No question that Star Trek is better.
    That was the best of the Next Gen movies.

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    1. All the Star Trek next generation episodes were scientifically researched when some phenomena popped up Alex

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  2. Well Spacer, I guess it's No.2 since you wrote it out before the question? Right or wrong, I can't remember and that is NO EXCUSE. I must get my movie out & hook up my old dvd player to watch this again! Besides I miss that delicious Borg Queen :) Oh yeah--man that Enterprise-E was badass!

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    1. No 1, 2 or 3 are confrontational ApacheDug but then Star Trek First Contact reflected a realism when dealing with aliens. - shoot and ask questions later is always the drastic option when diplomacy fails.

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  3. Star Trek is better. We have watched each movie several times over the years.

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    1. Star Trek has factual information Susan, logically delivered with unique phenomena in good light hearted stories and yes you do get the serious ones which are fascinating.

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  4. Blessed blogger is refusing to let me comment. Perhaps this time it will relent.
    Star Trek is loved the world over - and I do wonder whether it is loved in just this world - or in others as well.

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    1. Sitting here on Earth I wonder if perhaps Silicon Valley entrepreneurs have already set their sights on far away worlds. There are millions of asteroids in space full of untold resources to help make your dreams a reality. I can imagine you taking your laptop EC to our local moonbase. I wonder when we'll see the infrastructure for real.

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  5. Wow, it's been a while since I saw that. Perhaps a rewatch is in order.

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    1. Just do it Liz Star Trek TNG will take you on a journey into the future exploring civilizations we hope to live in someday.

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  6. I still love the Star Wars universe, but Star Trek does a way better job of creating intense plot lines and cool cultures from alien worlds. :)

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  7. Star Treks mind boggling advances in robotics, nanotechnology and biotech is probably on an equal footing with Star Wars Tyrean. I'm sure Data working on something right now and R2D2 got the bases covered

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  8. There is ample room in my heart for all of the above. Embrace the Star Love!

    Doctor fans welcome, too.

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  9. Oh Star Trek is far more important that Star Wars could ever hope to be. Star Trek is inspirational, while Star Wars is, at best, just glorified B-movie space opera. Especially after Disney trashed the franchise with episodes 7, 8, and 9.

    I believe Picard went with the first statement.

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Ignore the robot question and just punch it!

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