Hello, dear reader, how have you been? I have some refreshing news, so pump up your gears. If you are a star trek fan, then you must be knowing that the third episode of Star Trek: Discovery aired this week. Most of you must have watched it already but those who haven’t then be prepared we have some spoilers ahead. Don’t say that I did not warn you. So, while we were intently sitting and enjoying the episode, we came to a point where Sonequa Martin-Green’s Michael Burnham is given the task of reconciling two suites of code by Lieutenant Paul Stamets (Anthony Rapp). Read further to know more about the topic.
In the show, Burnham goes to claim that the code is confusing and perplexing due to the fact that it deals with quantum astrophysics, biochemistry, and even gene expression. Later on, it is revealed in the episode that this is to relate to the USS Discovery’s experimental new network transportation system. Rob Graham who is a Twitter user observed that the code is a little more pedestrian in nature. There are other things that are happening in the episode, but we will not be so cruel as to mention the summary of the entire episode here. We have some conscience left. We are humans too, you know?
So, you have read it right that in the year of 2256, Starfleet’s latest and most innovative vessel still runs on Windows. Flabbergasted enough? Let us see what more revelations are made.
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