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I was just wondering, can anyone come up with a canon explanation for why every single planet in the milky way galaxy in the mid-23rd century, always looks the same (with the exception of color), when you're done with that, come up with a canon explanation for why everyone looks human, and why the planets always look like globes, and never have any atmosphere-- 03:45, 8 July 2006 (UTC)

Sounds like that explanation would take longer that I have to work tonight. Regardless, I'm sure its either Q or the Preservers. *sigh* just remember that we don't need any more crazy theories actually added to articles .. that would be quite tiresome. -- Captain M.K.B. 03:49, 8 July 2006 (UTC)
Actually, there is a canon explanation for why everyone looks close to being human. In "The Chase", it was revealed that a race of Ancient humanoids had seeded the life on countless worlds billions of years ago, so that they would evolve in their image. See the article for more details. Although, I am somewhat concerned by your tone, you seem to be an AOL user with a dynamic IP, and one that is actually using this to belittle someone else's valid, well thought out, and articulate question, and are trying to waste our time (see last comment on Forum:Star Trek:TOS "Balance of Terror" photon torpedoes). If that is the case, please stop. --OuroborosCobra talk 04:01, 8 July 2006 (UTC)