‘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
Due to technical difficulties the Streaming server was completely reset, and we’ve lost all the playlists for the scheduled podcast shows on the server. However, we endeavour to have them back up for next week. Don’t panic! We will return to normal! (If you can CALL us normal… hahaha) God Bless you all.
From the STO blog, a glimpse into tonight’s down-time. Exciting news, if you can afford it. Not only are we having a sale on Lifetime Subscriptions from now until Monday, November 12th, at noon PDT, but we are also adding a new benefit to the program. Starting tomorrow, after overnight maintenance is complete, all current and future Lifetime Subscribers will gain instant access to all Veteran Rewards, regardless of purchase date! This includes the 1000-Day ships … Read More
Everyone could use more Dilithium, and we are always looking for new ways to farm some extra. While farming dilithium solo is still going to be painstaking and slow, there is a way to speed up the process with a partner. The key is an understanding of PvP missions. Whether you are a new captain or a Vice Admiral, there is an opportunity to farm a lot of dilithium quickly with the help of 1 other … Read More
Bring back the old STFs. Okay I am not whining just asking…please bring back the old STFs. Actually have two sets of STFs…present and retro. Seriously how many of us veteran players have sat 5 to 6 hours doing the back to back STFs just to get the remaining 3 pieces of the Borg set and only come out with 1 for that day? Raises hand…I did. There were no optional then…only death over and over … Read More