Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 53572
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2009/12/6-26 [Science/Space] UID:53572 Activity:nil
12/4    "This time system adjusts for shifts in relative time which occur
        due to the vessel's speed and space warp capability. It has little
        relationship to Earth's time as we know it. One hour aboard the USS
        Enterprise at different times may equal as little as three Earth
        hours. The stardates specified in the log entry must be computed
        against the speed of the vessel, the space warp, and its position
        within our galaxy, in order to give a meaningful reading."
        So, physicists, is Roddenberry talking out of his ass?
        \_ Of course he is.
        \_ do you know what science FICTION means?
           \_ I thought trek prided itself on bringing the SCIENCE to
              fiction.
              \_ no that's space 1999
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