Picard's statement was most likely in jest, in that that place, "Where None Have Gone" (as named by Data), was theoretically just the same, in terms of inexplicability, as any other the Human race might encounter at that stage in its development. Thus, the term "End of the Universe" would be like calling the interior of the Earth, or the center of the Sun, "The Smoldering, Boiling Inferno." Given that Picard did ask, Data's christening, what with the least-implausible name ever given to anything, should be used: Where None Have Gone Before. – The preceding unsigned comment was added by ChrisK (talk • contribs).
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I removed the following text from the end of the background section:
- In the end, the phrasing given in the original script is simply anthrocentric in the extreme.
While it may be true, it's non-encyclopedic and very much an opinion. -- Renegade54 16:59, February 2, 2010 (UTC)
Perhaps this page should be renamed "Edge of the universe", including the quotation marks, since it was referred to as such (188.8.131.52 07:09, January 2, 2017 (UTC))
I think to relieve all naming mumbo-jumbo of this article, it would make most sense to simply merge this into its own section of the universe article, as it is referring to the "outer rim" or "edge of" or "end of" said place, or based on the quote on the page, the "beginning" of the universe. --Alan del Beccio (talk) 02:12, January 6, 2017 (UTC)