Changeling: Final Operation: Computer: Destroy!.
Gene L. Kuhn
John Meredith Lucas
The Enterprise is timely called to the space station, where Dr. Richard Daystrom[N 1] has set up his revolutionary mobile computing device to give the m-5 control over nearly all of the ship’s systems. The calculations soon turn out to be better for the human crew, both in normal ship operations and in simulated combat with another spacecraft. However, M-5 then destroys an exclusive unmanned ore carrier and a crew member is likely to be killed while trying to turn off the computer to cut power.
Inadvertently linked to the situation on the Enterprise where M-5 shut down the exchange, the four starship task force commanded by Commodore Wesley continues to simulatecapture action. M-5 takes this seriously, crippling the fleet and killing hundreds of crews. Daystrom programmed the M-5 with his own engrams, and Kirk uses this knowledge to convince our computer that he is guilty of murder and must stop immediately. Wesley is authorized by Starfleet to actually destroy the Enterprise, but is able to call off the attack when anyone spots the dead ship lying near the water.
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- in Trek: The Next Generation, the same creators often mention the specific Daystrom Institute of Technology. Was the institute named by Richard Daystrom, who appears in this episode? While he is considered brilliant, he is also honest enough to kill over 500 Starfleet personnel. Isn’t that enough to eliminate you from the list of the top ten Starfleet scientists? Beloved Carnage is still due to the actions of the M-5 squad, not Daystrom. Moreover, using itA name for UFP’s premier tech-related institution could be part of a program to restore its reputation.
- Why does Starfleet require the M5 to operate only one Constitution-class ship? Wouldn’t it make more sense to put something like a cargo ship to the test in the “real world”? Trucks are usually unarmed and therefore unequipped – fight battles like the one that will be the final challenge.
- Woden – old style M5 cargo ship – ruins the look like SS Botany Bay, but they can’t be the same type of ship. Botany Bay is a DY-100 class ship required for interplanetary travel launched in the 1990s.[N 2] Does this merchant fleet really own Cron Lounge ships? The newly built ship is likely to be built largely on the old pattern, just as new World War II fighters are being built specifically for the warbird market.
- In this episode, The Doors, who live in the medbay, show surprising anxiety. After Kirk and/or Sp As they visit Daystrom, who is heavily sedated, McCoy joins them on the bridge. For some target cameras, they stay in the fighting compartment, and three are taken from there on a turbolift out of town. Luckily, the shabby doors understand our need to watch today’s heroes leave, and thankfully remain unlocked until Spock, Kirk, and McCoy make their way down the hallway and into that same turbolift. Even more amazing is that Via knows that Daystrom needs its competition, and therefore is really open and cool. Perhaps this is a new setting.
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- As Kirk, Spock McCoy, and some of the turbolift make their way to the engine room, Spock remarks that, unfortunately, the house won’t replace the computer, which will definitely replace the surgeon on the spaceship. As they say goodbye to the turbolift, McCoy replies, “Very, but rather funny,” his mouth still. As mentioned in the notes, to be honest, there are several crew members whoSome seem to have learned the art of ventriloquism.
- Because M-5 is often an evaluation planet to explore, Scott notices that M-5 cuts power on decks 4 and above. In the next scene, Dr. Dystrom is why the power went out on deck 4, 5 of all places. Captain Kirk’s room is on level 5, Pimp, who should still be available as a Pimp if he stays on the ship. Kirk is likely the only remaining crew member on board with a quarter deck on deck 5 and will likely be waiting to bring another one on deck given the length of the test.
- When Lieutenant Uhura informs Captain Kirk that my M-5 has already acknowledged the transmission from Commodore Wesley, his left pocket with an earpiece in my left ear is next to it. She probably adjusted the position of your friend’s hand while the camera was filming Kirk.
- Kirk tricks M-5 into committing suicide by asking me why I say “punitive murder”. However, in the Menagerie, part1″ establishes who was sentenced to death for all crimes except visiting IV Talos. This is certainly due to the fact that M-5 pleaded guilty to the deaths he caused and automatically disabled himself to prevent further unnecessary deaths.
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- Johnny Tuesday, March 02, 1999 – 3:23 pm – If M5 confirmed Commodore Wesley’s two claims that this could be an M5 exercise, why does M5 consider them “enemy ships”? Mike Konchevski March 1999 Wednesday March 7:56 am The reason M5 responds to emails with “it’s just a drill” is also because M5 is lying to play Commodore Wesley. Lulling his doubts, he becomes easy prey. Kahn did the same in STII.