Though it only made a brief onscreen experience this Starfleet vessel made quite an impression.
Star Trek: Discovery
Author: William R. Harris Publisher: Chandra Press Publication Date: May 3, 2019 Format: Kindle Print Length: 464 pages Rating: 3 of 5 Stars I received an ARC of this book from the publisher. Sworld is a slow-burn space exploration sci-fi novel hitting on themes of power, colonialism, and the unintended consequences of scientific exploration. A novel […]
Doctor Omega is a 1903 science fiction novel by the French author Arnould Calopin. It revolves around a mysterious alien professor who goes under the alias of Doctor Omega. The Doctors real name and identity are never revealed throughout the book and not much of his backstory is given either. All we do know is […]
Boldly going where no man has gone before, Tarantino has set out to make a Star Trek film that fans may either love or absolutely hate. Earlier this week, Quentin Tarantino stated that his take on the beloved Star Trek franchise would be R-rated. Since it is Tarantino we are talking about here, the statement […]
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[ad_1] NASA’s discovery of a surface formation on Mars that resembles Star Trek’s Starfleet logo has sparked a friendly Twitter feud between Trek’s William Shatner and Star Wars star Mark Hamill. “Star Trek or Star Wars” is an argument that has been raging ever since George Lucas first introduced his galaxy far, far away to movie audiences […]
¿Por qué alguien viaja? Para aprender sobre nuestra ¿mundo? Experimentar lugares y personas diferentes a nuestro día a día. ¿vida? ¿Para ver algo nuevo? Para deleitarse con lo único y bello? Resulta no tienes que viajar tan lejos de casa para experimentar increíbles experiencias naturales Belleza y maravillas naturales únicas. California ha sido bendecida con […]
John Vento has teamed with playwright Amy Hartman and director Robin Walsh for a two-night multimedia production at The Oaks Theater. Gregory Johnstone stars. The beginning aspects of it were all built around relationships, and the many facets…the good and the bad…and the ugly.”— Pittsburgh Veteran Musician John Vento Love. Lust. And Other Wreckage. Not […]
Here is the final version of the original score of my Final Major Project. All the music heard in this condensed upload are original works by myself. Timestamps: Track 1 – 0:00: Captain’s Log Track 2 – 0:17: Shuttle scene Track 3 – 1:14: Kiani returns Track 4 – 1:47: Galactic Senate Soundscape Track 5 […]
In season two of Star Trek: Discovery, Captain Pike and the U.S.S. Enterprise warp to the rescue of the Discovery, but, in reality, they saved each other.
It’s been a lovely week around here. Spring-like temperatures, a few rainy mornings, a little thunderstorm last night. Thunder and lightning are great when accompanied by nothing more than a little rain. It’s the hail and tornadoes you have to watch out for. Fortunately, there was none of that. After work on Friday, I went […]
There is a certain type of Star Trek fan that likes to wax lyrical about how Star Trek Discovery, the latest iteration of the science-fiction saga, is just an excuse for left-wing propaganda. This is because the main protagonist is a black woman, two of the scientists were in a homosexual relationship, & one of […]
NASA has announced an unusual new discovery: the iconic Star Trek Starfleet logo has been found on the surface of Mars. The insignia was captured by the agency’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter that’s orbiting the red planet, and the MRO HiRISE (High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment) camera team at the University of Arizona explains that the curious…
Recent photos of the surface of Mars reveal a geological marking that seems terribly familiar. The Chevron style shape bears a striking resemblance to the iconic Starfleet logo of Star Trek, well known to nerds everywhere. The image is kindly offered by NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter & # 39; s HiRISE camera, which was shared […]