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The Science of Star Trek (1995)

TV Movie  |   |  Documentary  |  18 January 1995 (USA)
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This documentary compares and contrasts the scientific principles in Star Trek with current science. Many clips from the Star Trek movies and TV series are used to illustrate the concepts of: faster-than-light travel, time travel, anti-particle physics, medical imaging, extrasolar planets, extraterrestrial life and intelligence (SETI and the Drake equation), artificial intelligence, robotics, and matter transmission. Written by yortsnave

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Fascinating!
26 August 2002 | by (North Georgia, USA) – See all my reviews

An intriguing program that aired on one of the learning/discovery-type channels. Top drawer physicists & cosmologists expatiate on the possibilities of developing phasers, warp drive, transporters, etc. Recommended for anybody with an eye to the future.


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