What Discovery discovery will be revealed on arrival, considering that everyone they've encountered thus far has seemed amazed that Starfleet still exists? My guess is that Starfleet will be more in need of Discovery, with its spore drive, than Discovery will benefit from the reunion.
Yes, after a while I thought (looking at my watch) they've only reached the second last host. We could have 2000 years of earlier hosts yet. How long will this take?The writhing tendrils in the Trill mind pool, while visually stunning, went on a little too long for me.
You'd think so, but I think the excuse was that the Federation deliberately went into hiding. So, rather than looking for "Federation HQ", they are instead looking for "Alliance Rebel Base on Hoth."someone on Earth would have the address for the Federation HQ.
That's a good call. I didn't see that, but it is definiately the way the plot is turning.what they need is a biomechanical interface that anyone can use. But the only solution is organic. Just like it is with the case of the Trill symbiote.
Again, a good call.no Vulcan's aboard that could have tried a mind-melt with Adira
Probably, but I think you are thinking too much on this. Michael is not Vulcan and we saw no Vulcans or telepaths aboard the Discovery since Spock left.Did Michael ever do mind melts with her family?
Often, Saru seems to be well behind the curve on many things. I don't know if they are deliberately writing him as guileless and naïve, but that is the way he comes over.strange that Saru didn't had a clue about the R&R even though it has been a standard protocol in the navies since forever.
Not sure why adding Adira to the crew will be a benefit for Discovery other than more diversity to deal with for Saru.
I think this is deliberate.Often, Saru seems to be well behind the curve on many things. I don't know if they are deliberately writing him as guileless and naïve, but that is the way he comes over.
I believe, as far as I remember, that they were depicted in a similar way in DS9; very xenophobic, militant, protective. However, that matriarchal Trill figure, to me, looked like an exact copy of the matriarchal Earth Defence leader met last last week; very bellicose to start off, and then very suddenly, all sweetness and nice, and it just seemed odd that everyone they meet has this same attitude towards them. They also didn't explain why the are so few Trill left that there are more symbionts than Trill. That doesn't seem to make any sense.I don't like this history of symbiote and Trill people.
Gosh, it is a long time coming though, isn't it? Do you think we will find out before the end of this season?I can't help thinking that there's a story coming centred on Detmer.
There were loads of other powers out there; many that we didn't get along with too well (Gorn, Tholian, Tzenkethi) but after 900 years and "The Burn" who knows? It does seem odd that all civilisations fell at the very same time, and that no alternative technological development took place, because that does not happen historically. It isn't as if all Dilithium stopped working everywhere either - there are some rare crystals left for sale - the USS Discovery's supply didn't also go "poof!" when they arrived - so one would have to assume that there would be some distant corner of the galaxy where "The Burn" didn't take place.A few more questions have occurred to me:
Has no one since The Burn thought to experiment with a quantum singularity reactor?
What are the Romulans up to? Have some of them found Logic and unified with the Vulcans? Have they found a new homeworld?
What about the Klingons?
And the Cardassians?
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