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Star Trek: The Next Generation

  1. New “Scotty” 3D Printer Is Actually a Disturbingly Destructive Teleporter

    Oh God, please don't beam me up, Scotty.

    In case all of the recent talk about artificial intelligence wasn't enough of a technologically-driven existential crisis for you, we now have a 3D printer that will "teleport" objects by beaming their specifications to another printer and then destroying the original object. But why destroy the original? Well we don't want any Thomas Rikers running around, do we?

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  2. Chewbacca and Star Trek: The Next Generation Crew Members Replace Famous Works of Art

    Christine Parisi is an incredible visual artist who has a number of muses you're probably already familiar with—such as Chewbacca, Jean-Luc Picard, and Commander Data, for a start. You can find more of her work on her Facebook page, but here are a few of her most recent paintings, many of which are still on sale if you're dying to have your very own Vincent Van Wookiee.

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  3. Hark! The Herald Dark Knight Rasps in the Nerdiest Nativity Scene

    "Fear not! For it's time my enemies shared my dread!"

    Hey, at least it's about as accurate as all the nativity scenes where everybody's white. Two Wyld Stallyns kept time pa rum pum pum pum. Do you think the three Sith men brought fear, anger, and hate?

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  4. They Don’t Call Her Beverly Crusher For Nothing In New Star Trek: The Next Generation Gag Reel

    Set a course for GETTING OFF MY FOOT PLEASE.

    Don't worry, I'm pretty sure Patrick Stewart's foot made it out okay. Wish I could say the same for the Enterprise crew member Jonathan Frakes chases down the hall in this Uproxx exclusive video for the Star Trek: TNG Season 7 blu-ray that comes out on December 2nd. Poor Tracy. She had to listen to so much trombone music.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Shut Wesley Crusher Up By Stealing His Sweater And Wearing It As Your Own

    We're from Starfleet! We wear hoodies!

    Sure, Wesley Crusher's style isn't exactly enviable, but that sweatshirt sure is. If that's not fantastic enough for you, there's also a picture of Wil Wheaton himself wearing the hoodie on the Thinkgeek website, too. (via Toybox)

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  6. Things We Saw Today: LeVar Purrton as Geordi La Furge

    "But don't take my purr for it!"

    Not pictured: Data the robotic Starfleet cat, and Spot the Human.

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  7. New Star Trek Jewelry From RockLove Debuts At NYCC 2014!

    To bodly go where no bling has gone before.

    Independent jewelry designers RockLove have just premiered some amazing licensed Star Trek items! Take a look!

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  8. How Does Your Favorite Star Trek Series Fare on the Bechdel Test?

    Which series fares best? Hint: It's WAY cool.

    A little over a year ago, with the help of a few other Trekkies I met through Tumblr, I took on a huge but super-fun project: running each and every live-action Star Trek episode—from The Original Series through Enterprise—through the Bechdel Test.

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  9. The Shat Gatecrashed This Star Trek: The Next Generation Reunion Selfie

    HE DOESN'T EVEN GO HERE.

    The Shat didn't just wander in off the street to dazedly photobomb this TNG reunion—as selfie-taker LeVar Burton points out in this tweet, they were all participating in a panel at Wizard World Chicago Comic Con. I... I'm sorry, was I saying something? Sir Patrick Stewart continues to be hypnotic.

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  10. WOC Astronaut Mae Jemison Talks About Fulfilling Her Space Dreams

    Flawless lady is flawless.

    Mae Jemison is a boss. Not only was she the first African-American woman in space, she was also the first astronaut who landed a guest spot on Star Trek. Citing Uhura as a major influence on her life, Jemison (who was able to chat with Nichelle Nichols before traveling to space) used to open communication to mission control every day by saying "hailing frequencies open." Here, Jemison talks about her journey. Love her as much as we do.

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