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16-Jun-2012, 12:43 AM #17
Heh, heh....Just came across this....

Star Trek Classic Scotty Drinks Alien Under The Table.
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21-Jun-2012, 01:02 AM #18
I'm glad to say that our national sci-fi channel is not rebroadcasting the original series. I am recording them on PVR to watch at my leisure!
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Trekkie pays 45,000 for rusty shuttle

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A dilapidated shuttlecraft prop used in the original Star Trek series has sold at auction for $70,000 (45,000). Some Trekkies have far too much cash in their hands.
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05-Jul-2012, 03:29 PM #20
I grew up with Star trek
love it

anyone have a tribble ?? lol
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05-Jul-2012, 04:35 PM #21
Play star trek online Blackmirror.
You can get and grow tribbles.LOL
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Play star trek online Blackmirror.
You can get and grow tribbles.LOL


Im still on spore
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05-Jul-2012, 08:59 PM #23
I'm on vacation as of now so I will be visiting Vulcan

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Have a great vacation and say Hi to any of Spock's relatives that you see.....
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11-Jul-2012, 01:11 PM #25
Hey Mike!

I posted a few shots of Vulcan here: http://forums.techguy.org/photo-albu...ion-shots.html
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Wow, very cool...Thanks Jim....
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"Real-life tricorder" to be tested on International Space Station

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While still impressive, the capabilities of early "tricorders," such as the Scanadu and Dr Jansen's tricorder, fall well short of the Star Trek device that inspired them. But new technology to be tested on the International Space Station (ISS) brings the age of instant diagnosis of medical conditions using a portable device a step closer. The Microflow could also make its way into doctor’s offices here on Earth where it might help cut down on the number of follow up visits required after waiting to get results back from the lab.

The Microflow is a miniaturized version of a flow cytometer, which analyzes cells suspended in a stream of fluid as they pass single-file in front of a laser. As the suspended particle passes through the beam, various detectors positioned where the stream meets the laser can analyze the physical and chemical properties of the molecules or cells in the stream. Because they work in real-time, flow cytometers offer diagnosis in just 10 minutes of everything from infections, to stress, blood cells and cancer markers. They can also identify bacterial pathogens in food or water.
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13-Sep-2012, 11:54 AM #28
Star Trek Tech that Exists Today

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Science fiction writers and inventors dream of technologies that fundamentally change the way people interact with each other and with the world around them. Sometimes their “crazy ideas” materialize into everyday products that surprise one generation and are taken for granted by another.

Take Star Trek technology, for example.

When Star Trek first aired in 1966, automatic doors were anything but pervasive. After all, the first automatic door had been installed just six years before. At the time, most other Star Trek tech appeared to be fantasy or at least impossible to achieve based on the technological capabilities of the time. Yet, many of the concepts exist in some form today, some of which may surprise the average person.. and even a random tech geek.
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28-Sep-2012, 11:57 PM #29
Not my main intent of this thread, but Youth has its way at times....

Klingon Rap
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Best Star Trek: The Next Generation Episodes, According to You

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When Star Trek: The Next Generation turned 25 recently, we voyaged back to where no one has gone since the show went off the air. We dutifully unpacked our most and least memorable episodes of the stellar sci-fi show — and then so did you.
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