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Awesome Star Trek Concepts We Never Got to See (Part VII)

Star Trek: The Beginning If these projects have taught people anything, it’s that Paramount really desired a violent, dark Star Trek. Before J.J. Abrams came on the scene with his rebooted franchise, Paramount was thinking about developing Star Trek: The … Continue reading

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Awesome Star Trek Concepts We Never Got to See (Part VI)

Star Trek: Federation When Star Trek: Enterprise got cut in 2005, Star Trek looked dead on TV. Enterprise lost viewers during its run. After the film Nemesis got devoured in the box office, Paramount and CBS were looking for anything … Continue reading

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Awesome Star Trek Concepts We Never Got to See (Part V)

  Star Trek: Phase II After the disaster of Planet of Titans, Paramount regrouped with a new Star Trek idea. This time the focus was on getting the show back on television. Paramount intended on launching a completely new network … Continue reading

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Awesome Star Trek Concepts We Never Got to See (Part IV)

Star Trek: Final Frontier Since the ’90s, fans have desired to see what the Federation was like years after Picard ran it. CBS never let us see it, choosing instead to disappoint us with the series, Star Trek: Discovery. Maybe … Continue reading

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Awesome Star Trek Concepts We Never Got to See (Part III) 

Assignment: Earth Less than 12 months after Star Trek premiered, it was already in trouble. NBC was warning to cancel the series. Although a large letter-writing campaign by the sci-fi lovers was getting the executives’ attention, Gene Roddenberry was clueless … Continue reading

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Awesome Star Trek Concepts We Never Got to See (Part II)

  Star Trek: Planet of Titans The original Star Trek show ended in 1969, but that didn’t stop fans from falling in love with the show. Syndication put Star Trek reruns on the television, making the show a cultural phenomenon. … Continue reading

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Awesome Star Trek Concepts We Never Got to See (Part II)

Star Trek: Planet of Titans The original Star Trek show ended in 1969, but that didn’t stop fans from falling in love with the show. Syndication put Star Trek reruns on the television, making the show a cultural phenomenon. By … Continue reading

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Awesome Star Trek Concepts We Never Got to See (Part I)

  After 50 years, Star Trek executives and writers have had plenty of ideas, but most get cut before they hit the airwaves. It’s too bad since a lot of them sounded quite interesting. Here are good Star Trek concepts … Continue reading

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The Geology of Star Trek’s Strange New Worlds (Part III)

The first episode of Star Trek aired September 8, 1966, three years prior to the 1st manned Moon landing and practically nothing was known about the geology of other planets or moons. Yet, the writers of Star Trek got several things right. Little ice … Continue reading

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The Geology of Star Trek’s Strange New Worlds (Part II)

Realizing the mass, it is possible to gage the gravitational force on the planet’s surface and decide if it can hold an atmosphere. The distance and sort of star in the alien star system can offer clues about the temps … Continue reading

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