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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country - Crispy Fried Bones, and Spock
At the end of the movie when Spock and Bones are converting the Torpedoe, they finish and shove it in the tube, and less than a second later Kirk fires it. Well according to the star fleet technical manual they would have been incinerated. You will have to read the technical manual to find out why (I don't want to type it all in here). basically they wouldn't have had time to clear the tube before the Exhaust hit them.
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your eyes and the starfleet technical manual
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Flinx on 09-02-1999
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nofear writes:
What manual were you reading?? The loading tubes and exhaust port are 2 differnt things!
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darcat writes:
What movie were you watching? Didn't you notice that when they finished working on the torpedo, that they push it into the torpedo tube and a small door shuts to protect them. They were standing in the loading chamber, not the launch tube.
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Shawn writes:
I'm still wondering what a ship's doctor was doing working on a torpedo in the first place.
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Tnkewnke writes:
Some of the trek books are so trashy and non-canon. They are just written by someone not related to trek in any way wanting to make a buck or two.
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AJK writes:
"Some of the trek books are so trashy and non-canon..." Somehow, I doubt that the Technical Manual (written by the consultants who worked on the show) falls into this category. And yes, the loading and launching mechanisms would be different.
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