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5-10-2009 @ 1:56PM
*Cracks Knuckles for Extended Keyboard ActionOK...to start, my comments were directed at the Lore Geeks out there who would try to take exception with how the movie fits into their already existing universe...but since you decided to see fit to use you uber-techno-nerd wisdom to punch holes in the technical aspects of the movie I shall endeavor to respond.WHAT ABOUT STAR TREK IS REAL? It's a damn science FICTION movie smart guy! Since antigravity and warp drive and a thousand other made up things in the Star Trek universe do not exist, or do not yet exist, or will never exist, your silly techno idiocy is just one more foolish attempt by people with more brains than imagination to try to rationalize something into reality that can never happen. I feel sorry for you small minded people as it never occurs to you to suspend disbelief and just sit and enjoy a movie...rather you most likely spend your time trolling the forums like a pack of calculator wielding chess club douches looking for people to try to talk down to when you should realize that the rest of the world doesn't give a rats ass whether supernovas travel at 12 miles an hour or 12 times light speed...we went to Star Trek to be entertained, you obviously went with a mental shotgun ready to blast it apart because you have no joy in your life.As to all of your wasted typing I merely glazed visually trying to read it as obviously your mental skills at 17 are so vastly beyond the rest of us as to allow you to tell us about your physics and math skills and supercomputer crud that WE WILL NEVER RESPECT because respect is earned not bragged for.And suddenly just because you haven't heard about it or thought about it or dreamed about it or imagined about it...it can't exist right? Who cares...your analytical mind may get you into MIT, but your lack of imagination and your narrow-minded attitude to only adhere to a reality that you cannot escape from only serves to leave you following the work of others instead of setting out towards those new frontiers that real visionaries find.I didn't think I needed to respond to your arguments in my previous comment in any other way because I judged the movie based on it's story telling merit and not on it's scientific and technical merit...because when I think of science it doesn't generally go hand in hand with storytelling and entertainment. If, God forbid, they ever make a sci-fi movie that adheres to every last aspect of Physics and Math and Quantum Theory etc. I won't be there because I don't need a movie for that...it's called REAL LIFE!Speaking of which you should get a real life before your brain expands too far and blocks out the sun and I am forced to use my warp ship to go elsewhere...Oh wait that can't happen because a the skull couldn't contain such expansion and the body couldn't nourish such a large organ and the weight of the huge brain would be such as to crush the rest of your body right?Dammit I hate the technically righteous, they could suck the fun out of sex...if they ever got any.
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