One Trek Mind: O'Brien Must Suffer!

While individual nations on Earth are done away with by the time of the Federation, it's as plain as the ridged noses on a Bajoran's face that Chief Miles Edward O'Brien is from Ireland. And like the people of that gr...

March 13, 2013

One Trek Mind: Star Trek Bromances

Recently we used Valentine's Day as an excuse to think about Star Trek's greatest romances -- click HERE -- oh, as if we weren't drawing hearts around pictures of Worf and Dax all day anyway. But what about Star Trek'...

March 06, 2013

One Trek Mind: 10 Facts About First Trek Tie-in Novel

On the subject of Star Trek tie-in novels I am, compared to some hardcore fans, a mere cadet. Next to the average citizen, however, I am a Mr. Atoz-level scholar. While I've read and enjoyed a number of Trek novels, I...

February 20, 2013

One Trek Mind #63: 10 Best Trek Romances

Love is in the air, or at least that's what the greeting card and chocolate manufacturers are telling me.This week marks Valentine's Day, derived from the 3rd century legend of St. Valentinus. He was a Roman imprisone...

February 13, 2013

One Trek Mind #62: The Rock First Rolled On Voyager

While there can never be another Arnold Schwarzenegger, the closest pop culture has come to catching this curious, muscular lightning in a bottle twice has been with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Johnson has ...

February 07, 2013

One Trek Mind #61: Make Way For M'Ress

On the Internet you are only a few clicks away from pictures of cats or somebody yammering about Star Trek. We figured today we'd save you the trip and put both in the same place.We've talked about so many of my favor...

February 01, 2013

One Trek Mind #60: Trek's Take On Lincoln

“It is a magnificent work of duplication.” So said Spock himself concerning Lee Bergere's representation of President Abraham Lincoln, as drawn from the collective memories and historical records aboard th...

January 27, 2013

One Trek Mind #59: Bones' Best Banter

Star Trek's future technology shows how replicators can create virtually anything out of reconstituted matter, but there's something that no advanced computational array could ever reproduce: the grumblings and grouse...

January 20, 2013

One Trek Mind #58: Revisiting "Caretaker"

This week is the 18th anniversary of Star Trek: Voyager. Yep, it can go to war, but it can't drink.Voyager's pilot episode, “Caretaker,” is, in my opinion, one of the more successful introductions to a bro...

January 16, 2013

One Trek Mind #57: Stephen Hawking Turns 70

We haven't figured out time travel yet, so when Star Trek: The Next Generation's producers put together Data's fantasy poker game, two of the legendary scientists at the table were represented by actors. But as Starfl...

January 08, 2013

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