Interesting question in from a reader:
"Do you think that we'll ever see technology give "Star Trek" stuff such as the ability to "beam" things, "replicators" and "holodecks"?
on 04/30/2010 – Made popular on 04/30/2010
For any Trek fan, it is worth a watch. There's plenty of big name trek actors and some other surprises in there, good to see there's still some people out there taking Trek seriously. Also below is a link to the kickstarter for funding the full length film.
Yesterday I've found a web page containing all the iconic sounds/noises from all the star trek series/films. Being the nerd that I am, I thought it would be fun to change some of the system sounds into star trek sounds.
Okay, so I'm a horrible nerd/geek whatever because until 2013 I'd never seen an episode of Star Trek or any of the movies. I watched the 2009 movie and it wasn't bad, so I started watching the show on Netflix.
What in the hell? I'm 15 episodes in because I keep hearing this is the best show ever made... but every episode so far is terrible!
Written by: William Atkins | Published in: SpaceScientists at NASA's Johnson Space Center are testing the concept of a warp drive (but without dilithium crystals), like the ones used on the starship Enterprise in Star Trek, for possible travel in the far future at many times the speed of light.