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I have a feeling we will need to break this page down further into Unnamed Humans (19th century), Unnamed Humans (20th century), Unnamed Humans (21st century)...and Unnamed Humans (24th century), before long. --Gvsualan 08:33, 2 Jul 2005 (UTC)
- Yes, maybe... and I also suggest to place the images in one line so that there is not so much space between the rather short descriptions -- Kobi - (Talk) 13:01, 2 Jul 2005 (UTC)
- I'd also suggest being a little wary about Human looking characters shown in places other then Earth prior to the 2150's as trek is famous for Human looking aliens. Jaf 13:04, 2 Jul 2005 (UTC)Jaf
Unnamed Humans (from ref desk)Edit
I'm dealing with a sort of minor dilemma. Maybe you can help me. I've got screen caps of two of the unnamed "37's" from the episode of the same name. One is an Indian woman, while the other is an older, slightly dissheveled-looking man (most likely a laborer of some sort from either North America or Europe). Trouble is, I can't decide to stick them in with the list of humans from the 20th century (where they're from) or in with the list of humans from the 24th century (where we technically find them). What do you think?--T smitts 01:59, 29 Aug 2005 (UTC)
- I think either would be fine... personally, I'd go with 20th century humans as that's where I'd be more likely to look for these individuals, then create small stub headers for them under 24th century humans (under "The 37's," or something) and redirect to the info on the 20th century page. Vice versa would apply if you decide to put them on the 24th century page. -- SmokeDetector47| TALK 02:04, 29 Aug 2005 (UTC)
- I'd say the humans from the 20th century list, as that's when they're from. Would you consider Amelia Earhart to be from the 20th or the 24th century? The 20th. Just because they're historically unimportant doesn't mean they weren't still from that time. -Platypus Man 02:05, 29 Aug 2005 (UTC)