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Saturday, 23 March 2013

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Yes, what many trekkers have believed for decades is true: Star Trek is not fiction. Scientists have uncovered higher levels of physics that coincide with the Sci-Fi language that is used in the television franchise of Star Trek.

This discovery is linked with science advisers on Star Trek TNG going missing. It is now believed that they are time travelers from the future who were trying to make money out of twenty sixth century technology.

What the physicists have discovered focuses on warp field creation and phaser particle beams. Professor Spoofer told me:

"One particular day, we thought that for fun we would try to build one of the devices seen on Star Trek." Then with utter astonishment in his voice, he added, "We actually achieved a primitive form of warp field. The only problem is that one of my friends and colleagues walked into the field, which projected him through the wall and into space. it looks likely that he vaporized completely before he reached an altitude of two miles."

The advisers have successfully evaded capture, and this is probably due to cloaking devices that they may be wearing. Obviously the science behind these inventions is too complicated for a few individuals to utilize with twenty first century technology. However, they knew just enough about this technology to capitalize on it.

New designs are showing up on websites such as Cafe Press, namely, the Deluxe Tricorder that is created particularly for Starfleet Captains.

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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