What is Star Trek?
According to Wikipedia, Star Trek is is an American science fiction entertainment franchise created by Gene Roddenberry and under the ownership of CBS and Paramount. Star Trek: The Original Series and its live action TV spin-off shows, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise as well as the Star Trek film series make up the main canon. Star Trek: The Animated Series is debated and the expansive library of Star Trek novels and comics, although still part of the franchise, are generally considered non-canon.
What is the Federation?
According to Memory-Alpha, a leading resource for Star Trek information, the United Federation of Planets is an interstellar federal republic, composed of planetary governments that agreed to exist semi-autonomously under a single central government based on the principles of universal liberty, rights, and equality, and to share their knowledge and resources in peaceful cooperation and space exploration.
I Saw A Bumper Sticker The Other Day That Read “beam Me Up, Scotty – No Signs Of Intelligent Life Here!” What Does This Mean?
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, in his lectures at the University of Berlin between 1821 and 1831, said that, “Such are great historical men—whose own particular aims involve those large issues which are the will of the World-Spirit.” By encasing oneself in an impregnable steel box, invested with a motive power, and broadcasting one’s opinions at passerby in the form of a slip of pasted text, drivers may strive for the heroic spirit as defined by Hegel.
There’s Been A Lot Of Stuff On Facebook About Leonard Nimoy. Was He Spock?
This is a controversial subject. According to Leonard Nimoy’s 1975 autobiography, I Am Not Spock, no. However, according to Leonard Nimoy’s 1995 autobiography, I Am Spock, he was. Experts remain divided to this day.
That “red Matter” That Makes Black Holes In The Movie. What’s Up With That?
I dunno. Aliens?