Star Trek TOS: Captain Zeek's logs.Captain's Log; Stardate 2254.017: Captain Zeek Alveren reporting. After a long tour as first officer aboard the U.S.S Pegasus, Starfleet has saw fit to give me command over their new line of cruisers known as the Constitution class. Mine is named the U.S.S. Ranger, registration number seventeen thirty-five. Both the ship and crew are fresh out of dry dock and I hope that I'm up to the task of whipping them both into shape. We are currently finishing up our shake down cruise and are on route back to Mars drydock. As it comes to a close I can't help but kick myself for missing breakfast this morning. I'm starving.Star Trek TOS: Captain Zeek's logs. by Asalis
Commander Eric Luther was a human from earth, stationed as the ships science officer and Captain Alveren's first officer. He had heard a few curious things about his captain which prompted him to do a bit of research on her. From what he gathered she was a Lapinas from a sy
What would a pocket universe be like?It occurred to me last night to try to imagine what a pocket universe would be like. Not some vast natural phenomenon, nor a caricature of the inside of someone's pocket (because that's easy enough to imagine) - but a newly created one from this universe.What would a pocket universe be like? by Snapai
First off, it would be attached to a door. Because what use is a pocket universe if it's not actually connected to anywhere else?
Now, making it in the first place, would involve a huge rush of air, naturally - the space on the other side would initially be vaccuum, and there's atmosphere on this side, so enough air to fill the space would have to move through the doorway between.
But say it's only the size of a room. That wouldn't actually be THAT much air, and if you increased it to that size gradually, it wouldn't really be THAT much wind.
The other thing I'm imagining is it behaves sort of like this universe has been theorized to- the 'edges' - the walls or boundaries of the space - are connected to each other. You can travel for