Okay fine, since no one else wants to use the talk page for what it is meant to be used for, I will.

I question the accuracy of the statement: "Trititanium may be the same substance as tritanium, although this has never been canonically established."

Based on the fact that the Star Trek universe if full of similarly named materials (among other things: people, places, things and episodes), I see no reason why this is some sort of exception. --Alan del Beccio 04:43, 29 Sep 2005 (UTC)

According to the caption of the episode on the original DVD release it was spelt as "Tri-tritanium". --TOSrules (talk) 06:48, March 26, 2016 (UTC)

Trititanium cloaks sensor scans

I am watch the episode and the relation of Trititanium and the ability to reflect sensors are not directly related. Spock was unsure of why he could not scan attributing it to either a dense hull or deliberate cloaking. The material seemed immaterial to his inability to scan the ship. --TOSrules (talk) 06:51, March 26, 2016 (UTC)

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