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Posted 13.02.2006 13:35:32 from 64.12.116.204:
If only the writers of Trek cared as much as everyone involved with this site! I've bookmarked this along with EAS! Thanks again!
Posted 12.02.2006 14:09:48 from 195.93.21.98:
Ya, hiya. Interesting site with some nice theories. I was especially impressed by the starships section. Sendell
Posted ??? from ???:
Well, he still does rule India in this scenario, he just starts off somewhere else.;-) He was "Undisputed ruler of 1/4 of the Earth" so it leaves some breathing room for him to begin in Africa, the Middle East, or East Asia.
Posted ??? from ???:
One possible problem regarding the WW3 article- Correct me if I'm wrong, but I seem to remember that Khan ruled India, rather than Iraq.

Posted 16.01.2006 01:53:13 from 172.173.96.24:
Post IIAlso most nations that have nuclear weapons keep a sizable portion aboard submarines to keep them safe from a decapitating first strike like that presented in that article, even as governments downsize their nuclear arsenals, submarine launched ballistic missiles tend to be the one area that isn’t downsized. Maybe the EC deployed a bunch of Hunter Killer submarines to negate these? China a country I assume to be in the Eastern Collation has been building lots of attack submarines in recent years and would fit in with that theory. Also the polar ice is a common hiding spot for missile submarines, which fits in with Lt. Reed\'s story about his ancestor’s submarine hitting a mine under the ice and drowning while his crew escaped- mines are cheap and common way to protect a “boomer” under the ice. Just some things to consider from someone who has friends ‘in the biz’.
Posted 16.01.2006 01:53:01 from 172.173.96.24:
Post IDue to the limit on characters I have to post this in two entries…I enjoyed the History of WWIII article and would like to share some real life information you may not be aware of. Despite advances in transistor technology the Russian military still uses vacuum tubes in a lot of its weapons making them basically invulnerable to EMP. Perhaps this is why the Eastern Coalition was unable to take out their military forces as they did NATO?
Posted 15.01.2006 13:01:31 from 69.50.165.194:
Love the ideas here, especially explaining away the in-jokes and inappropriate names for Federation ships but I must say I'm confused why the USS Zhukov should be changed. He was a Allied war hero of WW2! OK, he was a Soviet hero and therefore not a hero of freedom and liberty but the most relivant fact is he defeated the Nazis and aided the 'good guys'. Now, changing Cortez is right (I think the ST people thought of his exploration before his exploitaion) but Zhukov is still a military hero in post-Soviet Russia and deserves a fictional starship named in his honour!
Posted 27.12.2005 05:16:08 from 72.130.20.235:
Interesting theories... imaginative, therefore interesting... however the "Cochrane's acromegaly" theory requires a small remark: both the etiology of acromegaly as a "thyroid tumor" and its clinical presentation as "gigantism" are downright wrong. Certainly Trek has always produced lots of meaningless medical technobabble ("inoculation for radiation" being one of the most... you get the point ;-) ) but Acromegaly is not some weird future condition; it's a defined clinical entity!! As for the rest... very interesting indeed!**Well, I wasn't trying to treat it as some "weird future condition," but rather trying to find a rational explanation using actual medical terminology. That being said, I'm not a doctor and was approaching this from a layman's perspective, so any corrections you have would be helpful in trying to fix the article, which is certainly a work in progress. Thank you for your comments. (Patrick Carroll AKA Bond, James Bond)
Posted 26.12.2005 16:47:04 from 85.138.60.194:
Interesting theories... imaginative, therefore interesting... however the "Cochrane's acromegaly" theory requires a small remark: both the etiology of acromegaly as a "thyroid tumor" and its clinical presentation as "gigantism" are downright wrong. Certainly Trek has always produced lots of meaningless medical technobabble ("inoculation for radiation" being one of the most... you get the point ;-) ) but Acromegaly is not some weird future condition; it's a defined clinical entity!!As for the rest... very interesting indeed!
Posted 25.12.2005 15:43:20 from 66.55.217.228:
Fixing the Wrongs:"USS Peterson - Named for Edward Peterson, 21st century Marine Biologist who among other things was the first person to capture a live giant squid on video."Wasn't this done by a team of Japanese scientists? Or maybe I'm wrong and Peterson was on the team. Anyways, I hope that the list is updated as events occur. For instance, USS Elkins NCC-74121? No, I say USS Rice. Also, USS Frederickson NCC-42111 sounds a bit contrived. I'm gay, and I often don't see those who fight for "gay rights" as actually being on my side. Like Jesse Jackson and other black people. I'm also uneasy about Starfleet being for any rights...they do seem to be a military dictatorship of sorts.
Posted 21.12.2005 02:46:23 from 145.253.175.38:
Regarding "Fixing the Wrongs", we had only the names of existing vessels to work with, and most of them sound too human so it would be a stretch to claim that they are of alien origin. Okay, Clavyn could be another alien name and maybe Norkova. (Bernd Schneider)
Posted 19.12.2005 14:00:58 from 84.145.232.165:
Just a little note according to "Fixing the Wrongs" in category "starships":It's really great and full of fantasy (i think, u would be a good storywriter for every RPG), but I have a little problem with it ... u just have 2 names reffering to non-terran races. Why? In our RPG we often have NPS (non-played ships, dramatis navigata) with names from other cultures - for example our last ship was named for "first bajoran to sail around the planet", other examples are "president of the liberty union on katarus" or "first warp pilot of betazed"Maybe U take some of these into consideration...;)(I hope, my English was good enough to understand *g*)
Posted 15.12.2005 18:43:14 from 70.68.238.82:
Wow!!! I've never seen so many effive deux ex machinas on star trek continuity. Heck, you've explained much like why the vulcans distrusted humans during Enterprise and how in the world did B4 fell to romulan hands. excellent!!!
Posted 04.12.2005 12:47:22 from 69.81.59.105:
Bernd has done it again! Rack up another great idea!
Posted 03.12.2005 07:04:28 from 72.130.20.235:
"Sorry to say this, but there is a huge hole in the History of WW-III theory. We all know it's 2005 and the Saddum Hussein is not dead. Therefore the entire theory can be but in the trash bin."Oh thank the Lord. Does that mean I don't have to worry about that Ferengi landing in 1947 anymore?
Posted 03.12.2005 00:34:03 from 68.149.203.114:
Hey ESF 12 here. looks good and I'm gunna be back every now and then to look thing up.
Posted 01.12.2005 18:19:10 from 83.129.62.30:
Uhm. It is exactly the point of the WW III theory that Trek history diverges from real history. So it could be 2001 just as well as 2005. Certainly genetically enhanced humans will not rise to power soon in our real world anyway. (Bernd Schneider)
Posted 01.12.2005 13:04:32 from 146.95.166.155:
This is very good so far. Found some spelling errors on some pages. Would be interesting to see when/where the Mirror universe diverged from the non-Mirror universe. I suspect the Mirror universe started when George W. Bush was elected president in 2000...
Posted 01.12.2005 13:02:24 from 81.206.223.145:
Sorry to say this, but there is a huge hole in the History of WW-III theory. We all know it's 2005 and the Saddum Hussein is not dead. Therefore the entire theory can be but in the trash bin.
Posted 30.11.2005 16:09:17 from 84.173.60.203:
Very nice! I did intend to go to bed early. But now there is only one question in my mind: "Sleep? What is a 'sleep'?"
Posted 16.11.2005 16:21:19 from 83.129.53.209:
Welcome to Canon Fodder! Please leave your questions, comments and ideas here. (Bernd Schneider)



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