Thursday, April 08, 2021

G is for Galactic Barrier

G is for Star Trek's Galactic Barrier where God resides. Its the big question. Is God really at the centre of the galaxy? In the heart of space - Logically science has confirmed negative energy force fields surrounding the Milky Way Galaxy. This cosmic phenomenon sizes up with the Van Allen Belt which Earth astronauts must pass through to achieve cosmic orbit above the moon.

Matter, energy, space objects, hydrogen, helium, oxygen, carbon and ultra violet radiation we know.....but the all almighty God has yet to high five us happy earthlings . Maybe a starship can take us to all corners of creation!! Travelling through the great barrier will be a dangerous mission faced with unstable cosmic phenomenon but if there’s even a chance meeting with God the journey will be worth the risk... 

Live long and prosper, trekkers.


  1. A deep question - which StarTrek has never shied away from.

  2. The trillion dollar question! And on a Star Trek page at that! :)
    You've got a great blogger page here, a Sci-Fi fan's dream! And great to see you're so consistent! Super cool.

    Happy A-Z challenge!

  3. Star Trek V has some issues, but the last act here is fantastic.
    "What does God need with a Star Ship?" is one of my favorite moments of the film.

    Tim Brannan, The Other Side: 2021: The A to Z of Monsters

  4. I sure felt bad for Sybok here! Well, I have a feeling the only way we'll ever meet God is going to be a one way ticket...

  5. The Apollo 11 moon landing was a great success for NASA but some say the Van Allen radiation belt prevented this from ever happening. To boldly explore space in reality - what a trip.

  6. Would we get answers or just more questions?

  7. Being truthful, I absolutely hated this movie. And I blame Shatner, so much that I made a promise to myself that if I ever was able to speak to him personally I would demand repayment of the five dollars it cost to see his disaster.

  8. This is ..not a good movie.


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