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1999-11-28 00:00:00 - Re: How will Voyager get home? - (Pumpkin Pie <SweetiePie@gylenet.freeserve.co.uk>)


Andrew wrote >Right, well I've been reading alot of your recent posts on the Voyager >Conspiracy and some of you seem to have your own ideas on how Voyager will >get home. So since you all seem to be great at this, I want to know how you >think Voyager should make it home. Will Kes come back and give them another >push? Will Janeway make another daring run at the borg? Will they ever get >slipstream to work right? Will they find that inevitable wormhole? Will >another Fed ship come and rescue them? Lets see what you have to say! Personally I'd prefer it if they aged the crew by about 10 years for the final season, and had them just coming into communications range with Starfleet at the beginning of that season. Over the intervening 10 years the crew has crossed the remaining expanse of the Delta and Beta quadrants. No fancy slipstream drive, or worm hole to get them home in one, just hard travelling and an occasional burst of speed from an anomaly or two. Somebody at Paramount finally considered the effect of 150 men and women living together on a smallish ship for 15 or so years, and so relationships have, *at last*, occurred within the crew. There are many children aboard as a result of people beginning to lead normal lives and do the things that normal people do. Even Seven has a child. A few more local aliens have joined the crew on the way to help fill out the numbers, after all, those non-descript crewmen who die on away missions must be replaced some-how. The ship has been battered and repaired so many times that it no longer resembles the brand new, just out of spacedock, ship we see today. Alien technology abounds and even control panels and major systems like engineering are much altered. There are no longer any shuttles left, they finally gave up on that design since it never makes it back in one piece. Instead, a couple more Delta Flyers have been constructed and along with the original they have been renamed, Larry, Curly and Mo. Transmissions to and from Star Fleet would take weeks and weeks, but two way communication would be possible. During that final season we'd see the pressures of being so close and yet so far, the temptations and personality conflicts that would erupt when the people consider their future. During the final sequence of episodes a new Starfleet vessel, with transwarp capabilities meets Voyager and tractors it home, stopping just short to allow Voyager to make it home under it's own steam. And of course at the home-coming we see people meeting their loved ones and celebrating. - Pumpkin Pie ------------------- Tuvok Rules, the sleek and sexy Starfish scintillates, Sally is saucy, the shapely Shammie shimmers seductively, always alluring Angel is adorable, amorous Allie sparkles and shines, but the serene Julianna is Supreme! Sally, come back soon, I miss you! (This Pie was made possible by the ATSV Regs)

1999-11-28 00:00:00 - Re: How will Voyager get home? - (Pumpkin Pie <SweetiePie@gylenet.freeserve.co.uk>)


Splinter wrote >"Pumpkin Pie" wrote: **cut** >>do the things that normal people do. Even Seven has a child. A few more >>local aliens have joined the crew on the way to help fill out the >>numbers, after all, those non-descript crewmen who die on away missions >>must be replaced some-how. >> > Seven with a child?? Nice thought, but, I don't see her >raising a child. The child would have to grow up very quickly to >understand why "Mommy" always says something is irrelevant and why >she's got these odd looking things attached to her face. No, I don't think that would be a problem. Children accept what they grow up with. In an environment where you have oddities such as Neelix and a holo-graphic doctor, Seven's facial accessories are rather unremarkable. > Also, the >child would become very curious and would eventually reach up and grab >hold of Seven's main interface and pull it. > But, with other children on board, Naomi would have several >playmates :) Indeed, and it would be more natural as well. >>Transmissions to and from Star Fleet would take weeks and weeks, but two >>way communication would be possible. >> > I'll bet that when the first two way chat is possible with >Starfleet Command, everyone from the original crew will be whooping >for joy while the younger members will all scratch their heads and >wonder why everyone is so happy. True, but the younger members will barely be old enough to wonder. > Actually, they could send a subspace signal to the Fleet and >it would get there in probably 2 months. They could have sent a >signal to the Fleet immediately upon arriving in the Delta Quadrant >like: "Voyager presently located in the Delta Quadrant, please inform >our familes that, assuming we survive, we will be home in 75 years. >Janeway, commanding Voyager" They cuold have, but the signal attenuation over the distance is a plausible reason for not being able to do that. As they get closer though..... **Cut** > Janeway would not permit another Starfleet vessel to tractor >them the last few months. I know that if I were her, I'd tell them >that the trip was a wasted one as I wanted to complete the entire trip >under our own steam. Once the ship was in the Alpha Quadrant and >within Federation Space, then, yes, a tractor to Starbase 1 would be >much appreciated and accepted. Oh, you misunderstand. I meant that Starfleet would retrieve them once they were in range of Federation space, but drop them off a few days travel from Earth allowing Voyager to return on it's own.

1999-11-28 00:00:00 - Re: How will Voyager get home? - (kemosabe@skyenet.net)


Masked Man----->Lesee, how 'bout this: Voyager finds a wormhole, dives in, and is returned to the Alpha Quadrant. Huzzahs and handshakes all around. Slow fade to Will Riker's cabin as he wakes from sleep. "Man, what a dream," he mutters. Oh, wait. That's been done. Never mind. On Sun, 28 Nov 1999 11:41:14 -0000, "Andrew" <andrew_craven@lineone.net> wrote: |Right, well I've been reading alot of your recent posts on the Voyager |Conspiracy and some of you seem to have your own ideas on how Voyager will |get home. So since you all seem to be great at this, I want to know how you |think Voyager should make it home. Will Kes come back and give them another |push? Will Janeway make another daring run at the borg? Will they ever get |slipstream to work right? Will they find that inevitable wormhole? Will |another Fed ship come and rescue them? Lets see what you have to say! | |Blue |

1999-11-28 00:00:00 - How will Voyager get home? - (Andrew <andrew_craven@lineone.net>)


Right, well I've been reading alot of your recent posts on the Voyager Conspiracy and some of you seem to have your own ideas on how Voyager will get home. So since you all seem to be great at this, I want to know how you think Voyager should make it home. Will Kes come back and give them another push? Will Janeway make another daring run at the borg? Will they ever get slipstream to work right? Will they find that inevitable wormhole? Will another Fed ship come and rescue them? Lets see what you have to say! Blue

1999-12-01 00:00:00 - Re: How will Voyager get home? - (Julianna Feigl <glacierqueen@hotmail.com>)


A Mohap wrote: > No wormholes, no slipstream, no transwarp, no Kes, no Q. If Voyager is going > to get home they're going to do it in a completely unique way. I don't know > what it is but it will be different. you *hope* Julianna -------- Tuvok: The main reason to watch Voyager!