Last event Edit

I welcome improvements/comments on the comment I placed regarding the end point of known canon. Please also see the discussion here.--31dot 00:51, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

We need to specify that this is the last dated entry and not the last event chronologically. :) — Morder 00:52, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

Right. Like I said, I was waiting for a better comment. ;) --31dot 00:52, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

What a pain in the butt...
  • This is the last year depicted in Star Trek canon. "Living Witness" does go further into the future but without a date specified.
or something... — Morder 00:55, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

I like it. Done. Think I'll go to bed now. :) --31dot 00:56, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

Sounds like a plan. Though if someone has a better statement, please post it. — Morder 00:57, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

the page says that Q claims humans reached the Delta Quadrant in the 25th century and that it conflicts with Kyrians not having contacted the Federation. it doesn't necessarily conflict. the Federation might not have reached their homeworld and given up on space exploration and moved on to time travel ( 18:56, August 15, 2016 (UTC))

Time Travel Commonplace Edit

I'm troubled by the statement "By this time, time travel is so commonplace that there are quantum discriminators in every high school desk." Quantum discriminators are used for constructing devices to communicate through time, but that is not necessarily their sole function. Rather like saying "we need a radar station to track a missle" does not make missle launches commonplace when you find radar stations at every airport. I suggest instead that the connection between the two be severed, so there are two entries. (1) "Daniels is born." (2) "Quantum discriminators are sufficiently common as to be in every high school desk." People can then look up quantum discriminators and decide for themselves what their presence does or does not imply. Thoughts?