1. condensed-bloodmilk:

mulder-who:

#I’M LITERALLY CRYING ABOUT THIS HELMET AGAIN #EVERY TIME I SEE IT I JUST #WHAT IS THIS SHIT FOR #WHY IS THERE A POLICE SIREN ON TOP OF IT #WHAT IS THE ANTENNA FOR #BUT MOSTLY #WHY #WHY DOES IT SAY SPOCK ON IT IN GIANT LETTERS #LIKE TO LET THE REST OF THE CREW KNOW OH GOD HERE COMES THAT FUCKING IDIOT SPOCK AND HIS HELMET (x)

#captain i am present #yes mr. spock we know

    condensed-bloodmilk:

    mulder-who:

             (x)

    #captain i am present #yes mr. spock we know

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  4. jeffrubinjeffrubin:

.@scienceisfun’s #outfitoftheday #ootd

5/5. Easy.

    jeffrubinjeffrubin:

    .@scienceisfun’s #outfitoftheday #ootd

    5/5. Easy.

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  5. I shouldn’t laugh, but this chap’s seriousness and self-importance is hilarious to me. He’s made fan-design for his ideal Enterprise-A - a pretty straight-up blend between the original movie Enterprise and the Excelsior - and he talks about it like Jony Ive describing his latest Apple gadget!

    It’s a nice enough design, but these things are incredibly common.

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  6. twobitjusticeleague:

It’s the 28th anniversary of this issue!

I’ve seen some shitty starships in official comics, but these are some of the worst!

    twobitjusticeleague:

    It’s the 28th anniversary of this issue!

    I’ve seen some shitty starships in official comics, but these are some of the worst!

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  7. Star Trek in Cinerama

    I thought these were very cool. I’ve cropped the ones above to a 2.55:1 ratio for consistency - the same aspect ratio Forbidden Planet was shot in.

    I wonder if one day soon we might be able to convert all these old 4:3 television episodes into 16:9 with software that automatically builds up the detail in the cropped parts using techniques like this, in combination with things like Adobe’s ‘content aware fill’?

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  8. I’ve just started playing Star Trek Online. I’m not sure that I’ll continue for long - it’s very combat focused - but I love the character creation and ship design bits.

    I created a Vulcan character with an Engineering speciality called T’Par. Her ship is the USS Foundation, which is a sort Miranda/Centaur class kitbash.

    You start out on a training mission, but of course you quickly get diverted to a rescue mission which turns out to be a Klingon trap. Oh yeah, the Federation is at war with the Klingons because after the destruction of the Romulan homeworld the Klingons got all eager to take advantage of that. Anyway, the Klingons board the your and kidnap the Captain only to murder him. Whoo, instant promotion! After defeating the Klingons help shows up, but the rescuing Captain is all eager to check out some interesting space clouds. But oh no, it’s the Borg setting up a transwarp thingy to bring in a full invasion force!

    Some Borg ships head off to the Vega colony, so you’re sent off to help. Cue loads of battles with Borg probes and drones. This dinky little Federation ship has no problems with the most terrifying threat in the Star Trek universe however! They’re no more challenging than the Klingons. This light cruiser manned entirely by cadets and captained by a fresh Lieutenant who hadn’t even bothered to get her basic phaser training certificate until that morning has no problem kicking Borg ass.

    Anyway, after I got back to the Starbase my game crashed for a third time, so I decided to call it a night.

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  9. lotrlockedwhovian:

    [CHARACTER DEVELOPS LOUDLY]

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  11. nevver:

Fuck you Robin Hood

OMG, Capaldi totally gave Robin Hood the finger!

    nevver:

    Fuck you Robin Hood

    OMG, Capaldi totally gave Robin Hood the finger!

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  12. Anonymous said: As an admiral, what was Kirk in charge of? What was his command? And who took over the Enterprise when he left?

    classictrek:

    James T. Kirk became Chief of Starfleet Operations when he moved into the admirality. He recommended Will Decker as his successor as captain of Enterprise. This was all depicted in Star Trek: The Motion Picture, a little-known independent film that was released in 1979 by Paramount Pictures.

    Set sarcasm to kill!

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  13. From what bits I’ve seen, the Mass Effect universe looks really interesting, but it doesn’t seem available to play on OS X, so I’ve decided to watch a playthrough on YouTube. I could probably find one with a more dynamic commentator (or one who doesn’t talk at all!), but this will do me for now.

    But wow at all the crappy exposition and cliches loaded at the opening! The player isn’t going particularly slowly and still it takes 15 minutes of various dialogue scenes before we get to any action. And then it’s pretty standard fare.

    I’m sure it gets better, but I’m surprised that such a popular trilogy gets off to such a weak start.

    [ Playlist | Episode 1, skipping character creation ]

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  14. jerryliustudio:

Dany & Drogon

    jerryliustudio:

    Dany & Drogon

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  15. alphamecha:

    squidludwig:

    The brilliant science fiction art of John Harris, known for his book cover art for series like Ender’s Game and Old Man’s War. Note that a couple of the pictures shown above are Star Wars concepts.

    Those aren’t Star Wars concepts. They were full fledged cover art from the New Jedi Order series.

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