- "It is unclear whether the number of stars increases or decreases however, although the state of world turmoil adds the possibility that the United States was altogether dissolved."
Was it? Based on a dozen or so name-dropped facts about this era, can we really draw that conclusion as conclusive.
- "The idea of a post-atomic horror clashes with Star Trek: Enterprise's view of a Humanity embracing exploration and scientific development and also the portrayal of life on Earth in Star Trek: First Contact. It is possible that the horror only affected part of the planet - the presence of a Mandarin in Q's court suggests that the Eastern Coalition may have been the superpower affected by the event."
Does it? Seems to me without all the required facts (who, what, when, where, how) we cannot really justify this statement when we've really one been given a minuscule glimpse of that time period, and just because there were Mandarin's present doesn't automatically make it China (Eastern Coalition)...especially a conclusion is drawn without considering the dozens of Caucasians in that scene that are conveniently overlooked in favor of one non-white to fit into one person's theory.
The following was also removed by OuroborosCobra:
- There's really no evidence for this, other than people tinkering with Roddenberry's original timeline, look up Voyagers Futures End, the world looked perfect, but it was supposed to be going through the Eugenics Wars.Lightningbarer 18:27, 6 October 2008 (UTC)
Seems as though it was intended for this talk page anyway. --Alan 20:35, 6 October 2008 (UTC)
- I totally believe that the U.S. during 2079 added one or possibly even more states into the union, because America was one of the few remaining superpowers on earth, and i think they've annexed another overseas country into its 52 state union which could of happened? – The preceding unsigned comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk).