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Old 04-04-2009, 10:32 PM
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Did the STNG crew ever leave, drop or lose any equipment anywhere? Did they ever stash anything? You never know, It's just speculation on my part, but could part of Nero's plan be to dump young kirk in a future timeline on some planet that the Enterprise D just happened to leave some spare equipment on?
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Its an Evac Kit. To me it looks like text on a monitor. I'd say its a small monitor inside the escape pod.
It's Kirk's bag.
http://img.trekmovie.com/images/st09/st09_kirkice_2.jpg
Doesn't look like 24th century.
It's an easter egg! No story behind it, no reason for it! If it's correct...
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Old 04-05-2009, 05:24 AM
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sooooooo....how is it that they could have staff there? Picard and Data were with Spock and Picard and Data made it back to the ship so why is it impossible for the Enterprise to have beamed down some supplies? How do you think it's possible for them to bring Data and Picard back to the ship without being able to send supplies to Spock?
Picard and Data were on a Klingon Bird of Prey to get to Romulus, not the Enterprise.

The Enterprise wasn't there in orbit of Romulus. It stayed behind to investigate the wreckage of the Vulcan freighter T'Pau. The Enterprise couldn't have beamed down any supplies. It was still on the other side of the Neutral Zone.
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Did the STNG crew ever leave, drop or lose any equipment anywhere? Did they ever stash anything? You never know, It's just speculation on my part, but could part of Nero's plan be to dump young kirk in a future timeline on some planet that the Enterprise D just happened to leave some spare equipment on?

It's not likely to be as random a reference as that. It's either an in-joke we're not meant to see so closely (that means nothing in terms of the story itself) or something in the film I think.
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It's an easter egg, a nod to the previous Star Trek show. Just like the 1701-D hatch in Ron Moore's BSG holds no Trek BSG crossover meaning.
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and proof that orci and kutzman respect cannon
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and proof that orci and kutzman respect cannon
Proof that someone knows about Trek, not that anyone respects anything...
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Default It's written on Kirk's back pack!

The text is written on Kirk's backpack! Pic attached.
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