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Found via the "startrek" tag on Flickr -- Space Battles / Gallery of Star Trek Ladies / 35mm Film Clips / Scotty Gets his Star.
Religion in Star Trek. In which Ex Astris Scientia (a deliciously extensive Trek fan site, by the way) explores the future of faith and religion as depicted by each generation of the Trek universe, with elucidation on Gene Roddenberry's own antireligous view of faith and science via Daystrom Institute Tech Library (another lovely fan site).
What happens when you mix Star Trek fan with webblogging yachtsman? You get Starship Enterprise: sailing stories blogged as Star Trek adventures. I sure like the cut of his jib. Engage.
The Particles of Star Trek. Confused about dilithium, trilithium, and neodilithium? Can't tell a tachyon from a temporal wake? Here's an obsessive and growing list of just about every particle used across the generations: "So tiny, you can't tell it's a deus ex machina!" (Also includes minerals, chemical compounds, energy waves, and other miscellanea.)
A few Star Trek: Nemesis movie spoilers for your Trekking pleasure. (Don't look if you don't want key plot and character development points given away!) More inside. Thread may contain spoilers. No detox gel in sight.