The Romulans see themselves in humanity, but also their greatest fear come true. Their ethos is better explained by historic trauma than a desire to conquer. (self.DaystromInstitute) by /u/Ut_prosim

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The Dyson Sphere Was Likely Once a Binary Star System With Another Star About the Mass of the Sun (self.DaystromInstitute) by /u/VigodaLives

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ah a writeup about one of my favourite episodes from TNG, I really do wish the Dyson sphere in that episode was brought up again

Do federation citizens (or those under its jurisdiction) have a right to private thoughts? (self.DaystromInstitute)

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The Borg don't respond to intruders because they don't even know they're there until they cause trouble by /u/adamkotsko (self.DaystromInstitute)

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okay onto the next episode "Rogue Planet"

just as I thought Enterprise couldn't get any darker from a lighting perspective...

"Gene Rodenberry's vision" is often brought up as an argument on r/DaystromInstitute about ST: Discovery and honestly..

I don't think Rodenberry's vision much relevance to me in what I want to see from a Star Trek show *now*

sure we need to keep it in mind but deviations from it are as much part of Star Trek as the vision itself

Discovery S2 season finale thoughts 

Discovery S2 season finale thoughts 

Discovery S2 season finale thoughts 

Discovery S02E10 thoughts 

Burnham's pardon is a tacit admission the admiralty is to blame for the Battle of the Binary Stars (self.DaystromInstitute) by /u/adamkotsko

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Thoughts on ST Discovery: S2E08 "If Memory Serves" 

Thoughts on ST Discovery: S2E08 "If Memory Serves" 

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