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Desc:Star Trek's optimistic and thoughtful vision of the future.
Category:Science & Technology, Horror
Tags:star trek, William Shatner, the moans of the dying, teleportation
Submitted:Kid Fenris
Date:03/31/15
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Comment count is 42
chumbucket
Apparently this didn't come to a happy resolution.
fedex
McCoy was right all along

chumbucket
In this particular case, yes.

Juice Eggs McKenna
God I love this movie
John Holmes Motherfucker
Not my favorite, but I can still remember how great it was to see this cast back together in a big budget movie after The early scenes of Spock on Vulcan gave me the vapors.

John Holmes Motherfucker
Not my favorite, but I can still remember how great it was to see this cast back together in a big budget movie after 12 years, back when 12 years still seemed like a long time. The early scenes of Spock on Vulcan gave me the vapors.

Bort
Transporter technology is all wrong. What should happen is, you wait until the subject has been duplicated at the remote location, and once you have received confirmation, you shoot the original.
Bort
Also, that "preload" image: ironically, the very thing they needed was a big "Pause" button.

godot
So you’re tellin’ me that every time Kirk went into the transporter, he was killing himself? So over the whole series, there was 147 Kirks?

fluffy
So who here has seen "The Prestige?"

TeenerTot
I did! I did!
Saw The Prestige, that is. A few times. It's amazing how many obvious clues I missed the first time I saw it.

Robin Kestrel
It's perfectly safe.
Mother Lumper
Moans of the dying sounds kinda nice, like space whales. Shame this movie didn't have the balls to show the pulsating mess that resulted.
Caminante Nocturno
Your comment makes me want Chronenberg to make a Star Trek movie.

Potrod
The vague shapes you do see, and Starfleet's unsettling response, seem much more effective than actually showing the results.

Rodents of Unusual Size
There was that fake commercial from Adult swim from a few months back that covered that, but I can't find it now.

Mother Lumper
Potrod- that's nonsense, the majority have no imagination and need to be shown how bad something can be, preferably with urethane foam, silicone and a barrel of fake blood. Maybe a few inflating bladders and mechanical servos.

TeenerTot
Just use the babooncat footage.

John Holmes Motherfucker
>>Your comment makes me want Chronenberg to make a Star Trek movie.

I was going to suggest David Lynch, but then I remembered "Dune".

Bus_Aint_Comin
john you know he didn't get the cut on dune so just leave him alone!!!1!

although jodorowsky would have been wonderful

Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Transporter accident week.
MurgatroidMendelbaum
Why disintegrate the original, anyway?
I wouldn't mind a couple dozen extra Spocks running around.
John Holmes Motherfucker
I guess the transporter is like flying. It's remarkably safe 99.9 percent of the time... but when there's an accident, it almost always results in a gruesome death... or a trip to a parallel dimension, or being severed into separate "good" and "evil" personalities.
Seven Arts/H8 Red
The odd time, you become a gestalt being, and people debate whether separating that gestalt is murder.

Innocent Bystander
Huh, so this is what they parodied on Galazxy Quest.
Gmork
I was surprised at how much I didn't hate that movie based on my preconceptions.

boner
Sir, it's President Skroob. He's just discovered how big his ass is.

SixDigitDebt
Snotty beamed me twice last night... and it was wonderful.

Potrod
Lock one, lock two, Loch Lomond!

Gmork
I loved the discussion the peddlers had in breaking bad about why Bones never used the transporter.
Nominal
...but he did.

Raggamuffin
Do you haters see now? Do you see why the Enterprise-D has a guy who's whole entire job is overhauling the transporter over and over again all day?
fedex
Oh, to be that guy..


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Bus_Aint_Comin
all about the pause at 1:05
John Holmes Motherfucker
Does this scene have anything to do with the plot? I don't remember,
TeenerTot
Kinda...They end up needing a new science officer, as this one's a mess now, and the happen to pass by Vulcan...

John Holmes Motherfucker
Speaking of the plot, is Voyager really expected to reach another star system in a mere 300 years?

Speaking of Voyager, has everyone seen the webpage where you can get real time data from Voyager, including distance from the earth and from the sun?

http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/

At the moment, Voyager 1 and Earth are actually moving closer together, presumably because of Earth's orbit
TeenerTot
No, it's VGer seeking the Creator.


Potrod
Voyager is expected to reach this solar system's Oort cloud in 300 years, then take another 30,000 to pass through it, so no, not even close.

TeenerTot
You're forgetting that VGer encountered an advanced race of machines that upgraded VGer so VGer could explore further and faster.

VGer.

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