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* Most likely {{Jossed}}; the flashback with the Fourth Doctor clearly shows Shatner and Nimoy as Kirk and Spock instead of Pine and Quinto.


By Picard's time, the effects of the Kelvin event have mostly leveled out, resulting in a CloseEnoughTimeline. My reasoning is that the Kelvin event must have somehow been a consequence of temporal meddling in the Great Time War.

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By Picard's time, the effects of the Kelvin event have mostly leveled out, resulting in a CloseEnoughTimeline. My reasoning is that the Kelvin event must have somehow been a consequence of temporal meddling in the Great Time War.
War, and post-Time War Doctors should be confined to the revised timeline.


* The War Doctor failed to prevent [[Film/{{StarTrek}} a massive timeline diversion]] during the Great Time War

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* The War Doctor failed to prevent [[Film/{{StarTrek}} [[Film/StarTrek2009 a massive timeline diversion]] during the Great Time War


* The Eight Doctor investigated temporal disruptions in the [[StarTrekEnterprise 22nd century]]

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* The Eight Doctor investigated temporal disruptions in the [[StarTrekEnterprise [[Series/StarTrekEnterprise 22nd century]]


* The War Doctor failed to prevent [[Film/{{StarTrek}} a massive temporal disruption]] during the Great Time War

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* The War Doctor failed to prevent [[Film/{{StarTrek}} a massive temporal disruption]] timeline diversion]] during the Great Time War War



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* I can't recall if this was hinted at, but... how can she interact with the Eleventh Doctor if this is the case? I thought the time lock prevented this, which is why the nuDoctor doesn't bump into old chums all the time.


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[[WMG: This series actually takes place in the Kelvin timeline]]
By Picard's time, the effects of the Kelvin event have mostly leveled out, resulting in a CloseEnoughTimeline. My reasoning is that the Kelvin event must have somehow been a consequence of temporal meddling in the Great Time War.

[[WMG: The Doctor has been on the ''Enterprise'' at other points in history]]
Find your own explanation for his faulty memory, but:
* The Eight Doctor investigated temporal disruptions in the [[StarTrekEnterprise 22nd century]]
* The War Doctor failed to prevent [[Film/{{StarTrek}} a massive temporal disruption]] during the Great Time War
* At some point Q turned the crew of (an uncertain incarnation of) the ''Enterprise'' into the Knights of the Round Table, and [[Recap/{{DoctorWhoS26E1Battlefield}} the Doctor served as their "Merlin"]]


This temporal disruption is why the Doctor's memories of things like Klingons and the Federation are so inconsistent- his knowledge of history is perfect but gets a bit of a diffraction pattern in his head trying to work out if the events are fictional or not. The intention behind this sinister plot is not yet clear to me, but it may be another attempt to squash humanity's spacefaring spirit to make them less formidable foes in the future... somehow.

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This temporal disruption is why the Doctor's memories of things like Klingons and the Federation are so inconsistent- he remembers the Federation as both a laughable Earth fiction to be dismissed and genuine history, simultaneously, and consequently his knowledge memory goes into a weird kind of history is perfect but gets a bit of a diffraction pattern in his head trying to work out if the events are fictional or not.pattern. The intention behind this sinister plot is not yet clear to me, but it may be another attempt to squash humanity's spacefaring spirit to make them less formidable foes in the future... somehow.


[[WGM: The Borg and the Cybermen are two splinter fleets of the same "race"]]

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[[WGM: [[WMG: The Borg and the Cybermen are two splinter fleets of the same "race"]]


This temporal disruption is why the Doctor's memories of things like Klingons and the Federation are so inconsistent- his knowledge of history is perfect but gets a bit of a diffraction pattern in his head trying to work out if the events are fictional or not. The intention behind this sinister plot is not yet clear to me, but it may be another attempt to squash humanity's spacefaring spirit to make them less formidable foes in the future.

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This temporal disruption is why the Doctor's memories of things like Klingons and the Federation are so inconsistent- his knowledge of history is perfect but gets a bit of a diffraction pattern in his head trying to work out if the events are fictional or not. The intention behind this sinister plot is not yet clear to me, but it may be another attempt to squash humanity's spacefaring spirit to make them less formidable foes in the future.
future... somehow.

[[WGM: The Borg and the Cybermen are two splinter fleets of the same "race"]]
''Tenth Planet'' confirms that the original Cybermen came from Mondas, a planet that inexplicably wandered out of its (our) solar system. Suppose that at one point the world wandered into the Delta Quadrant and some of the recent Cybermen used their then-still-rudimentary spacefaring technology to spread into other worlds in that area. Divergent evolution in their mechanization techniques led different batches on different worlds to have slightly different characteristics, but they do share an origin.

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[[WMG: The Borg/Cybermen used time travel to create the ''Star Trek'' TV series]]
This temporal disruption is why the Doctor's memories of things like Klingons and the Federation are so inconsistent- his knowledge of history is perfect but gets a bit of a diffraction pattern in his head trying to work out if the events are fictional or not. The intention behind this sinister plot is not yet clear to me, but it may be another attempt to squash humanity's spacefaring spirit to make them less formidable foes in the future.


[[WMG: The reason the Cybermen in ''Nightmare in Silver'' are like the Borg (the ability of rapid adaption) is due to this encounter.]]
Furthermore, the cyber pollen seen in ''Death in Heaven'' are a result of reverse-engineering Borg nanoprobes.

[[WMG: The reason Star Trek is Fictional in the Whoniverse is because the thoughts of the writers tuned into events of the other Universe]]

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[[WMG: The reason the Cybermen in ''Nightmare "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E12NightmareInSilver Nightmare in Silver'' Silver]]" are like the Borg (the ability of rapid adaption) is due to this encounter.]]
Furthermore, the cyber pollen seen in ''Death "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E12DeathInHeaven Death in Heaven'' Heaven]]" are a result of reverse-engineering Borg nanoprobes.

[[WMG: The reason Star Trek ''Star Trek'' is Fictional fictional in the Whoniverse Franchise/{{Whoniverse}} is because the thoughts of the writers tuned into events of the other Universe]]



** Likewise while not common knowledge anymore Doctor Who was once a television series on Earth, even to this day it's a cult Holo program series.

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** Likewise while not common knowledge anymore Doctor Who ''Doctor Who'' was once a television series on Earth, even to this day it's a cult Holo program series.


[[WMG: The events of the crossover indirectly lead to StarTrekFirstContact happening]]

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[[WMG: The events of the crossover indirectly lead to StarTrekFirstContact ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'' happening]]



[[WMG: The merging of the ''Series/StarTrek'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' universes is [[Series/KamenRiderDecade Decade's]] fault.]]

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[[WMG: The merging of the ''Series/StarTrek'' ''Franchise/StarTrek'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' universes is [[Series/KamenRiderDecade Decade's]] fault.]]


[[WMG: GeneRoddenberry is a Time Lord]]

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[[WMG: GeneRoddenberry Creator/GeneRoddenberry is a Time Lord]]



[[WMG:The Merging never ended]]

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[[WMG:The Merging never ended]]ended]]
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[[WMG: The reason the Cybermen in Nightmare in Silver are like the Borg is due to this encounter]]

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[[WMG: The reason the Cybermen in Nightmare ''Nightmare in Silver Silver'' are like the Borg (the ability of rapid adaption) is due to this encounter]]
encounter.]]
Furthermore, the cyber pollen seen in ''Death in Heaven'' are a result of reverse-engineering Borg nanoprobes.

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