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DNA

Member Since: Wed Aug 16, 2017
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Dragon Red

Member Since: Fri Jul 05, 2013
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Subj: Ha, ‘science the least of its problems’
Posted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 at 07:41:36 am EDT (Viewed 747 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Is the science in Discovery really as bad as this article says...
Posted: Thu Nov 02, 2017 at 01:38:56 pm EDT (Viewed 739 times)

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Honestly, the guy is talking shit its a shame there isn't a comment section so he can be told so, applying Earth based science to an alien organism that happens to bear a resemblance to an earth based one within a fictional show? I should think science doesn't make the blindest bit of difference to the survival of the show I think its more to do with viewers watching it.

Further, it doesn't matter if the "science" behind the spore drive is right or wrong. Science gets things wrong in our real world, all the time... and then has to be corrected. The trouble is, until that correction is made which may be years or decades later, everybody follows and listens to the first bit of information as that, rightly or wrongly is the "fact"...

But I digress, that is one for the community board... the show has bigger problems than a bit of inaccurate science... Science, is the least of its problems.

Indeed.

Interesting how Transporters, as unrealistic a possibility as they truly are, flew under the radar of suspension-of-disbelief for 50 years just because of great Story-telling!

Good luck with your own quick-fix mushroom stuff STD... \:\)


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