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6th May '17 11:50:49 AM erforce
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[[WMG: SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas takes place on ancient Bajor.]]

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[[WMG: SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas ''WesternAnimation/SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas'' takes place on ancient Bajor.]]



* FridgeBrilliance: If you take this together with the WMG further above that SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas takes place on ancient Bajor instead of earth, you get... something extremely weird.

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* FridgeBrilliance: If you take this together with the WMG further above that SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas ''WesternAnimation/SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas'' takes place on ancient Bajor instead of earth, you get... something extremely weird.
10th Apr '17 8:52:37 PM ABiPolarGuy
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[[WMG: There is no Section 31.]]
Doctor Bashir likes playing super spy fantasies in the holo suites. Section 31 stories that do not involve him are due to him having shared his ideas with others, or more likely they are not original with him in the first place. Such a dark secret organization does not fit into Star Trek, but would be perfect for holo novels for certain tastes. He also may not be genetically engineered at all, as that also seems just the sort of thing to fit into a fantasy world. Ah! The hero is not just an ordinary doctor after all, but a genetic superman who is contacted by a super secret organization for a secret mission! Kind of juvenile, really, but who honestly doesn't have daydreams like that? This kind of fantasy may be more common among men than women from what I have read.
9th Apr '17 10:12:06 AM ABiPolarGuy
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Compared to other Klingons, Worf is anal retentive. This was part of his own culture shock in early ''Next Generation'' episodes. He's often at odds with other Klingons. His quarters are always immaculate and he likes everything a certain way and becomes very irritable when he doesn't get what he wants. Then, there's his obsession with the details of his wedding, and just watch his interaction with General Martok (and other Klingons) in the later ''Deep Space 9'' seasons.

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Compared to other Klingons, Worf is anal retentive. This was part of his own culture shock in early ''Next Generation'' episodes. He's often at odds with other Klingons. His quarters are always immaculate and he likes everything a certain way and becomes very irritable when he doesn't get what he wants. Then, there's his obsession with the details of his wedding, and just watch his interaction with General Martok (and other Klingons) in the later ''Deep Space 9'' seasons.
seasons. ''(Actually this is not what OCD is at all, more likely to be compulsive repetitive behaviors, but not always. It's worth reading about to educate yourself about this crippling disease)''
1st Feb '17 3:45:44 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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It's possible that Alt. O'Brien is experiencing the same events of this episode in [[ParallelUniverse own universe]], but with some different choices made. Alt. O'Brien is somehow returned to the prime universe and is able to stay because an object of equal mass has replaced the missing O'Brien Prime. Deep Space 9 is destroyed in this alternate universe, & Alt. O'Brien replaces the deceased O'Brien Prime.

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It's possible that Alt. O'Brien is experiencing the same events of this episode in [[ParallelUniverse own universe]], but with some different choices made. Alt. O'Brien is somehow returned to the prime universe and is able to stay because an object of equal mass has replaced the missing O'Brien Prime. Deep Space 9 is destroyed in this the alternate universe, & Alt. O'Brien replaces the deceased O'Brien Prime.
Prime in the prime universe.
17th Jan '17 9:20:20 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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When O'Brien uses delta radiation to travel into the future, he encounters his alternate who is unaffected by radiation. They both mention this inconsistency, but if they both are the same, then O'Brien prime dying of radiation should prevent the other O'Brien from living. It's likely that alt. O'Brien is experiencing the same events of this episode in his own universe, but with some different choices made. Alt. O'Brien is somehow returned to the prime universe and is able to stay because an object of equal mass has replaced the missing O'Brien prime.

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When O'Brien uses delta radiation to travel into the future, he encounters his alternate who is unaffected by radiation. They both mention this inconsistency, but if they both are the same, then O'Brien prime Prime dying of radiation should prevent the other O'Brien from living. living.

It's likely possible that alt. Alt. O'Brien is experiencing the same events of this episode in his [[ParallelUniverse own universe, universe]], but with some different choices made. Alt. O'Brien is somehow returned to the prime universe and is able to stay because an object of equal mass has replaced the missing O'Brien prime.
Prime. Deep Space 9 is destroyed in this alternate universe, & Alt. O'Brien replaces the deceased O'Brien Prime.
17th Jan '17 9:14:44 PM Taxi-Pizzatime
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[[WMG: Miles O'Brien prime really was KilledOffForReal in "Visionary" & was replaced by an alternate universe O'Brien.]]
When O'Brien uses delta radiation to travel into the future, he encounters his alternate who is unaffected by radiation. They both mention this inconsistency, but if they both are the same, then O'Brien prime dying of radiation should prevent the other O'Brien from living. It's likely that alt. O'Brien is experiencing the same events of this episode in his own universe, but with some different choices made. Alt. O'Brien is somehow returned to the prime universe and is able to stay because an object of equal mass has replaced the missing O'Brien prime.
16th Jan '17 12:12:24 PM MadAnthony94
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[[WMG: Sisko grew up on a capitalist commune]]
Tying into the above: just how can Sisko's family have owned a restaurant in a cashless society? Well, just as today we have small communities that practice social ownership, it seems reasonable to conclude that in a future cashless society, small communities will open up that are run along capitalist lines. Clearly the Sisko family grew up in one of these.
2nd Jan '17 6:22:42 PM ApeAccount
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[[WMG: The Breen Homeworld has recently undergone some serious global warming.]]
Okay, so basically my theory comes from combining together a few different points mentioned in the show...
# In "Return to Grace" Dukat mentioned a Cardassian Embassy on Breen.
# No outsider had seen what a Breen looked like under their suit and lived.
# In "The Changing Face of Evil" Weyoun said intelligence reports that Breen was a frozen wasteland were wrong and it was actually quite comfortable (implying he may have been there).

Taking point 2 with either of point 1 and 3 implies that the Breen must wear their suits at all times, including on their homeworld. If we assume that their homeworld has undergone global warming and that the suits are refrigeration suits, this would explain them doing so. In addition, if we're going to reconcile point 1 and 3 (that the Breen's homeworld was believed to be a frozen wasteland and yet the Cardassians had an embassy there and didn't bother to look at the weather) this would make more sense if we consider the possibility that the place may have been much colder several years earlier when the Cardassian embassy was there (during Return to Grace). By this time, it was already in the middle of global warming (hence why the Breen needed to wear the suits) and seemed warm to them, but was still a frozen wasteland by our standards. Now, it's gotten so much worse that it seems quite comfortable to the rest of the universe and hence the Breen need to wear refrigeration suits to survive.

1st Jan '17 8:04:59 AM Juicehead_Baby
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[[WMG: Joseph Sisko is bisexual.]]
The dead father Captain Sisko mentions is actually his ''step''father, whom Joseph married sometime after Sarah died.
14th Dec '16 6:43:22 AM KrisDK
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[[WMG: Benjamin Sisko and Keiko are the only ones AboveTheInfluence (or not influenced) in "Fascination"]]
We see a lot of characters (trying) to act upon their latent attractions towards other characters, the cause being Lwaxana's Zanthi fever and attraction to Odo. While a lot of characters are obvious, Miles is influenced by Lawxana's jealousy of Odo's attraction to Kira (and latent jealousy about Keiko's coworker) rather than attraction. Odo may be above the influence, or maybe he's just better at keeping his emotions (attraction to Kira) in check than anyone else. My belief is the latter. As for Ben Sisko and Keiko, there's neither latent attraction nor jealously to prey on, so they are unaffected.
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