“In Southern West Virginia, there’s a bit of a Calvinistic attitude toward life – this is how things are and they’ll never be any different,” he said. “[Science fiction] serves as a kind of antidote to that fatalistic kind of thinking.” via Bill for compulsory science fiction in West Virginia schools | Books | guardian.co.uk. […]
Oh my goodness…
My prediction: Sherlock is Gary Mitchell returned from death — Kirk had to kill him when he became a god — to break cray cray on Earth. Or… It has something to do with the Return of the Archons. It was remade as a comic book two-parter where the supernatural stuff was taken […]
I grew up on Star Trek… Loved it. It provided me – still provides me – with a hope and a dream. Plus… the Orion girls…
No one knows who the evil dude is, but I think that he is a Vulcan – Sybok maybe? Read about it here. If you’ve been following the comic book tie-ins, you will note the story line of a Vulcan revenge plot against Romulus. Umm….
Yesterday, I posted something on a documentry, and movement it seems, relating to people thinking that we are Cylons. (Read Dr. McGrath’s take on it as well). Anyway, today I found and article by Chase Masterson (Leeta, ST:DSP) about religion in the Star Trek Universe. Apparently, it was not as atheist as I thought. Personally, […]
Image via Wikipedia Every Christian Star Trek fan recalls Stardate 4041.7. That was the day that I realised that, with very few exceptions, Star Trek is consistently the most pro-Christian and pro-Catholic show in American television history. …… In “Bread and Circuses”, the episode that took place in Stardate 4041.7 (AD 2268 for planet-bound humans), […]