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Scott Hutchins <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 26 Mar 1998 17:07:22 -0500
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Then there was the one where they found Riker was split into towo people,
and the other Riker had been living isolated for 12 years, and became Lt.
W. Thomas Riker at the end of the episode.
On Thu, 26 Mar 1998, Christine and John Aube wrote:
> John Peterson wrote:
> >
> > I believe the episode goes like this, Riker is 30 years in the future.
> ...
> While you're trekking - there are actually tons of mindbending Star
> Trek stories, set in parallel universes, temporal distortions, spacial
> anomalies, you name it. For example, one TNG episode tells the story of
> Dr. Crusher, trapped - without her knowledge - in some alternative
> reality after an experiment goes awry. Another story line has Picard
> encounter an alien probe; he breaks down and is out for a few minutes.
> During this time, he lives an entire life on an endangered planet whose
> dying population sends these probes into space to be remembered.
> And the feature length movie "ST-Generations" employs the "nexus," in
> which alternate lives can be lived.
> Christine Aube
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