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Sun, May 2, 2010, 5:45pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S7: Tacking into the Wind

Fantastic episode, this final arc has been brilliant so far. One tiny complaint, surely they could have found a better stunt double for Gowron in the fight, I ended up thinking another klingon had joined in until the close-up.
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Thu, Apr 1, 2010, 2:55am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S4: Homefront

It's interesting to try to comment on a universe where there is little need to worry over food, water and medical needs as all can be replicated. Where all Entertainment can be downloaded or travelled to easily as desired.

In such a world people could follow their curiosities. The sciences would thrive as people with common interests get together to explore the world around them, knowledge would be freely shared leading to rapid advancement. People will invent and create through nessesity in order to find a better way to do something. Exploration of the arts would also be common, with people sharing their creations in an effort to simply perfect what they like doing.

People who are good at what they do would rise to the top of their fields through recognition. Others will pick and change what they do until they settle on something they like or do nothing.

In such a world where everything you desire is free morals will change and crime would be limited. Crimes of passion would still exist and things will need to be maintained and managed.

A central orgnaisation of volunteers could organise the maintinance of law, security and infrastrucure (Yellow shirt). Managing conflicts and resource distribution to those who need them (Red shirt). Also organisation of the sciences could also be maintained centrally (Blue shirts). Not everyone would be up to the task so test people for ability as they enter, train them, place them where needed and promote those who excel.

It's not hard to imagine Roddenbery's Earth coming to life with the right technology being shared and some co-operation.
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