Seven’s Secret Santa by Rick Austin @EvolvedRick
Dec29

Seven’s Secret Santa by Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

  Seven of Nine stared at her regeneration alcove with suspicion. Under normal circumstances, and if she were a normal human being – if such a thing existed – then it would have been called a bed, and her regeneration cycle would have been called sleep. Yet while she may have begun life as a human being, and technically still was one, her time as a cyberneticly enhanced drone amongst the Borg Collective meant that she was...

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10 things that may be too Star Trek-y for Star Trek Beyond  -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick
Sep30

10 things that may be too Star Trek-y for Star Trek Beyond -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

The next Star Trek film has already had its fair share of ups and downs, from a game of musical chairs for directors to the hot topic of whether this is going to be the last film in the series. When Simon Pegg took on the role of co-writer it seemed like things were going on the right track, even if the new film has been given the silly title of Star Trek Beyond and there’s been talks of constant rewrites. Then he said something...

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A Fistful of Mirrors -by Rick Austin @EvolvedRick
Mar16

A Fistful of Mirrors -by Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

This, Q thought, should be fun. He looked around the room, admiring its functional simplicity. The long conference table, the high-backed padded chairs, the large monitor screen on the main wall, even the potted plant in the corner seemed to cry out that it was the model of Starfleet design efficiency. It lacked a little flair, but that was to be expected from human beings. Human beings, he knew, seemed to have a problem enjoying...

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Leonard Nimoy: Each according to his gifts -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick
Mar06

Leonard Nimoy: Each according to his gifts -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

  He was Spock. That’s what many know, and that was one of the many thoughts that people had when they heard of the death of Leonard Nimoy. By his own admission Spock was a part of him, and in turn he brought life to the alien that he played. Without his intervention the half-human, half Vulcan science officer would have been very different. The Vulcan salute, so often accompanied with the statement “Live long and prosper”,...

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Leonard Nimoy Tribute
Mar06

Leonard Nimoy Tribute

  Here is a video tribute to the late, great Leonard Nimoy. His memory will always Live Long And Prosper.   Music: Orchestral Suite from the Inner Light Video Editing by Wayne Emery Star Trek is © CBS & Paramount Studios If you’ve enjoyed this video then please click Like, subscribe & share us with your Trekkie friends. Please also take the time to subscribe to our podcast feed and leave us a 5* Review on...

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“Thank God I’m a Star Trek Boy” – A Star Trek Parody Music Video
Feb21

“Thank God I’m a Star Trek Boy” – A Star Trek Parody Music Video

Here is the first collaborative Star Trek Parody music video between Rick Moyer and Trek Mate’s Wayne Emery. For more wonderful parodies visit StarTrekParodies.com

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The Self-Sustaining Star Trek  -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick
Jan17

The Self-Sustaining Star Trek -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

First JJ Abrams stepped down as director of the next Star Trek film, then Roberto Orci left. I don’t know if Orci’s departure was a decision made on friendly terms, but from his statements online, and the announcement that he isn’t writing the script either, it doesn’t look like it. I appreciate what he’s helped to bring to the films, just as I did with JJ Abrams, although I’m still not sure if the...

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Day of Peace, Day of Stars -by Rick Austin @EvolvedRick
Dec17

Day of Peace, Day of Stars -by Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

“What is… this?” The Klingon stared at the object in his hand, turning it over and studying it intently. “It looks like a bomb. A bright, shining bomb,” he added, before jogging his memory of Earth culture. He raised a thick dark eyebrow and asked, “Is it a grenade?” Spock raised an eyebrow, clearly taken by surprise. “I had no idea that you were versed in archaic weapons of Earth’s past, Captain.” “Klingons have learned...

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Fashionably Late in the 24th Century -by Rick Austin @EvolvedRick
Oct20

Fashionably Late in the 24th Century -by Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

Star Trek has offered us some of the coolest things in sci-fi television and movies. It’s given us transporters and technobabble, great action stories and tales of intrigue, adventure and comedy. It’s shown a positive view of the future, where people can learn to look beyond their prejudices and work for the betterment of humankind. It’s been inspiring while still entertaining us. But there’s an area where it...

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The Life of Riley  -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick
Sep14

The Life of Riley -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

Personal log: Lt. Kevin Thomas Riley, Stardate 2820.5 Well, it looks like I’m in hot water again. No surprises there. I swear, sometimes I think that if I didn’t have bad luck I wouldn’t have any at all. At Starfleet Academy we were taught about how Einstein figured out a better way to balance the laws of the electromagnetic field with the laws of classical mechanics. Most of it’s still a puzzle to me, I was...

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