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Old 11-29-2008, 03:50 PM
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Tom discovers there are issues a day before they plan to use the new drive? Seems like they would have run all the necessary simulations first to make sure such a drive was feasible before building it.
It seemed to me that they knew about the variance problem,
but felt they could just compensate. No one realized how terrible
such a small variance would be until Tom ran his simulation.
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Old 01-08-2009, 02:22 AM
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Surely there would have been at least a few surviors that lived long enough to send out a distress signal so they could have been found earlier
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Send a distress call?? Did you forgett how voyager "landed" on this planet??
I don't think that this system or any other think worked on the ship after crashing on the surface!!

What I do not understand is why Cpt. LaForge isn't detecting voyager under the surface when he discovered the Flyer in orbit around the planet.
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Ya I seen how they landed but the enterprise's saucer section slammed into the ground they landed just about the same way and lived.
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Old 01-21-2009, 03:03 PM
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they landed at full impluse. going that fast noone would have survied. and i think it was said that deck 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 were now part of deck 10.
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You can turn to the director for help, I cannot understand his mind.
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:06 AM
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Ya I seen how they landed but the enterprise's saucer section slammed into the ground they landed just about the same way and lived.

Oh no....no, no, no, no.

The Enterprise was on a glide trajectory. They hovered over the ground like an airplane for a couple of miles and took out trees and then came to a stop (rough) yes...but the interial Dampners could handle that.

Voyager covered like 4 miles in 2 seconds and smacked into the ice Saucer first and then covered like another 7 miles...heck we never saw the ship come to a stop. That ship was really moving.

WHen I saw that I said to myself..."Everyone should be dead." And they were.

Notice Janeway says..."Brace impact" They weren't going to land they were going to hit...and hit hard...
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