Star Trek: Outpost Episode 9: Successful Negotiations Renova and Dr. Winston are enroute to the enclave, with Goshen. Will things go as planned? Treks in Sci-Fi Episode 402: Dr. Who Rico brings in a pair of guest hosts to chat about Dr. Who. Starting at 5pm EDT on CGC Radio!
By StarTrek.com Staff October 21, 2012 StarTrek.com invited fans to answer the question, “Which series would make the best feature-length movie?” and thousands of you took the time to reply. The competition was surprisingly fierce, but Voyager prevailed with 43% of the vote, topping the 39% tallied by Deep Space Nine. Lagging way behind was Enterprise, which mustered only 18%. Voyager – (43%) Deep Space Nine – (39%) Enterprise – (18%) So, did your show finish … Read More
Starting Next Saturday at 5pm EDT here on CGC Radio, we’re adding the Old Republic Radio Broadcast to our schedule! Formed as the brainchild of Eric “Ivan” Marquardt, ORR is the most current news source of TOR out on the tubes, and we’re thrilled to be able to bring you this show as we expand our base to cover more of what the CGC is playing! So tune in Next Saturday, and let us know what … Read More
With the advent of Star Wars: The Old Republic moving to Free to play this fall, and more of the Christian Gaming Community not only playing Star Trek Online, but Battlefield 3,Call of Duty, and other games as well, we’ve decided to change the name to CGC Radio to better reflect the gaming ties of the community as a whole to the players, as well as the listening audience. We’ll be adding in new content as … Read More
‘Star Trek’ fusion impulse engine in the works It’s not quite warp drive, but researchers are hot on the trail of building nuclear fusion impulse engines, complete with real-life dilithium crystals. by Amanda Kooser October 2, 2012 10:40 AM PDT Graduate student Ross Cortez assembles a device for propulsion research.(Credit: University of Alabama-Huntsville ) There’s a hierarchy of “Star Trek” inventions we would like to see become reality. We already have voice-controlled computers … Read More