Author Archives: Jessica Carter

Star Trek and Fashion? Yes!

It’s simple to think of the fashion of Star Trek exclusively as the brightly colored, form- fitting uniform preferred by Federation Starfleet. Iconic costume designing is burned into the collective mind, and has over time been rethought for spin-offs and … Continue reading

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Why Do Vulcans Look Like Humans?

Human life, scattered to other planets by an extraterrestrial society, could explain why many of the aliens in Star Trek look like human women and men. After reviewing scenes from the numerous films and shows, someone said that the wide … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know about Klingons

Klingons are one of the most famous Star Trek alien races. Over the years, they’ve changed from deceiving villains to decent allies. Now, with Star Trek: Discovery, they’re turning into spiritual warriors once more, on opposite sides with our heroes. Here’s what … Continue reading

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Star Trek and Its Adorable Pets

It might be heartening to know that based on Star Trek, pets will remain to being a huge part of the lives of humans or anybody else in the future. Pets can give emotional support to the unfaltering Vulcan. They … Continue reading

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Star Trek and Computer Programmers

Star Trek, for being a program about the far-off future and amazingly high-tech equipment, sure looks to be missing plenty of computer programmers. With technology as multifaceted as it is, where are the starship computer programmers liable for preventing any breakdowns on … Continue reading

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Star Trek and Religion

Human religion denotes any system of related beliefs held by a human about one or more deities, habitually involving codes of ethics. While many such belief organizations advanced naturally, others were swayed by extra-terrestrial impacts over time. Despite the establishment of many religions on Earth during recorded history, no one … Continue reading

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Star Trek and Social Issues

Star Trek is not detached. The fact that Star Trek Discovery, the newest one of the franchise is part of CBS, a network where viewers are of an average age of 114 years old? It doesn’t help any. While Marvel has … Continue reading

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Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds

Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds exhibit displays the genius, its huge influence on our culture, and how it has encouraged people to explore, create, and imagine. See the cherished series all over again in a completely immersive exhibit, featuring over 100 props and … Continue reading

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Captain Kirk’s Many Loves

James T. Kirk wasn’t just the Captain of the Enterprise. He’s a robber of hearts. He is witty, handsome, and charming. Sure, put him in a one-on-one scenario with a huge lizard monster and he’ll fight with a cannon made … Continue reading

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Star Trek Gadgets that are Real

For nerds growing up from the 60s to the 90s, an image of the future has been provided by a real truthful television show: Star Trek. And the future, it seems, is arriving sooner than even Trek’s writers could have anticipated. Here are … Continue reading

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