|July 27th, 2019||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2017
Location: Bremen ,Germany
Highest technological level ever portrayed ?
. . what do you think was the highest technological level ever portrayed in fiction / contrived by man ?
Huxley's 'Brave New World'? 'Star Trek'? 'Star Wars' ? 'Stargate' ?
To me . .
Star Wars . .
. . first of all , they have all kinds of droids doing stuff similar to men. .
Often even replacing men.
Second , they have Hyperdrive.
'Faster-than-light speed' . .
Almost everything that surrounds them is made of metal.
They live in a high-tech empire.
They can project Holocrons.
. . i. e. real-life size depictions of themselves.
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So , I think it's Star Wars.
Keep in mind that in the reality of Star Wars man has already made contact with the most different 'alien'-creatures and actually a whole galaxy is united.
Not surprising the technological standard portrayed there may be regarded as the highest..
Concerning other tales of this sort . .
Huxley's 'Brave New World' may portray some kind of technological perfection for the earth ( even though it deals with a tyrannic NWO-like government ) , Star Trek may portray an advanced way to travel space , Stargate may also portray a futuristic Earth-time . .
But Star Wars I think is the most advanced depection of technology as of yet . .
Even Lucas once said "On a scale of approximately 1000 I think we might have reached 5 as of yet" . . or something like that . .
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. . who knows what the future might bring . .?
|August 13th, 2019||#2|
Join Date: May 2014
The Organians? The Q?
"V'Ger" in Star Trek: The Motion Picture was a highly advanced living machine/artificial intelligence.
"Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy."
--Henry A. Kissinger, jewish politician and advisor