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19 Apr 2011 07:10 AM
    Because you know the Millennium Falcon would mop the floor with the Enterprise...
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    19 Apr 2011 07:27 AM
    I am going to have to add to this mix, No one beats princess Vespa and the evil Lord Dark Helmet. You ask me, Barf and Lone Starr would find a way to take both the falcon and the enterprise!

    With that being said, back to the original question. I am going with the reliable high tech and consistent upgrades the enterprise receives. When the enterprise docks, you see the maintenance and upkeep going into it. Periodic maintenance is performed, Communications and Navigation is updated, It is replenished and well stocked. The maintenance crews are extremely well trained and kept current on the latest directives and compliance orders. Corrosion control is perfected and the enterprise never leaves dock without all paint complete. Additionally, as with all military type organizations, the crew is superb and protocol is observed. Have you ever seen a crew member not show up to watch? (aside from true interplanetary malignants and all). The crew has the utmost respect for their CO and orders are followed immediately. You don't see that very often...especially not on the millennium falcon.

    I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords. I'd like to remind them that as a trusted Coastie, I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground sugar caves.
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    19 Apr 2011 07:47 AM
    Well comparing the crew of the Enterprise to that of the Falcon is like comparing apples and Twix bars. One is a military vessel, the other is a smuggler's toy. A more accurate comparison would be something like the Enterprise and the Lusankya or Executor. In which case, I'm willing to bet people showed up on time and respected their CO. If they didn't Vader would force choke them just for breathing wrong.

    As for technology... again, comparing those two vessels is an unfair judgment. The YT-1300 was outdated long before the original trilogy is set. the YT-2400s were already out. And again, even without the modifications, the YT series were freighters. The Enterprise is an exploration vessel.

    And then there is still the argument I always present... in the sci-fi scheme of things, Star Trek sciences and philosophy seem unrealistic by comparison. I mean really? Society without money... especially getting mankind to accept it? Or how about replicators that manifest food out of thin air?
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    19 Apr 2011 12:04 PM
    Additionally, as with all military type organizations, the crew is superb and protocol is observed.


    There you have Star Fleet's biggest flaw. When opposition is encountered the CO of the Enterprise has rules to follow, personnel, training, property, etc, etc, etc, to account for. There's no way he/she is going to move the ship into an asteroid field to catch one frieghter even if he is carrying the only known weakness for the Borg.

    Han Solo would look over his shoulder at the 'Prise, look at the asteroid field and floor it. He's not bound by any rule with the exception of the ones to deliver and survive.

    You ask me, Barf and Lone Starr would find a way to take both the falcon and the enterprise!


    Maybe, until Dark Helmet unleashes Mega-Maid and then the worm turns.
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    19 Apr 2011 08:11 PM

    Posted By Gears on 19 Apr 2011 01:04 PM

    Han Solo would look over his shoulder at the 'Prise, look at the asteroid field and floor it.


    "the possibility of successfully navigaiting an astroid field is approximately 3,720 to 1"
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    19 Apr 2011 08:19 PM
    Exactly Capt, Enterprise would "live to fight another day" using the exceptional intellect of a proven crew! The Falcon would be like the local backyard fisherman going out in the middle of a small craft advisory. "Now launch the ready tractor beam, errant falcon bearing 320 degrees acting like an idiot.....again" lol
    I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords. I'd like to remind them that as a trusted Coastie, I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground sugar caves.
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    20 Apr 2011 05:52 AM
    I still say we're arguing about a drastically different class of ship here. Having done a little research now...

    Millennium Falcon - 26.7 meters in length
    Enterprise "Galaxy" class - 652 meters (The smallest being the "Constitution" class from the original series - 289 meters)

    Standard crew
    Millennium Falcon - 2
    Enterprise "Galaxy" class - 1018

    Now the only thing I can find comparable is the Nebulon-B escort frigate which is roughly 300 meters in length.
    Nebulon-B escort Frigate - 300 meters
    Constitution class starship - 289 meters

    Neb crew - 854 + 66 gunners (307 minimum)
    Constitution class starship crew - 430

    Neb Frigate speed - I can't seem to find it, but judging by what I know of other speeds, I'd say 1.1 x the speed of light
    Constitution class star ship - Warp 6 safely (Warp 9 with extreme risk) Warp 9 being defined as 834 x the speed of light (one of the major arguments against the "realism" of Star Trek)

    Shields on both are relatively the same in concept and strength from what I can find.

    Neb Frigate armament - 12 X17 turbo lasers (for ship to ship combat) and 12 RH8 laser cannons (for defense against snub fighters)
    Constitution class star ship - 12 phasers (which create artificial particles to shoot... in other words, they create matter another impossibility) and 6 photon torpedo tubes which were essentially anti-matter torpedoes.

    Now here's where I really think the Neb frigates advantage comes in.... - 24 TIE fighters, several Grek class troop shuttles, and several Katam class boarding shuttles
    Constitution class star ship - I think it's 2 maybe 4 type F shuttle craft

    I think in a firefight, the Neb-B cruiser would launch it's fighters, and between it's guns and the fighter guns, the Enterprise can't defend itself. Especially since the Enterprise can only fire it's photon torpedoes forward or aft, while the Neb-B PREFERS to broadside you.
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    20 Apr 2011 05:53 AM
    I believe I can win this argument with 2 words...

    Light Sabre.
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    20 Apr 2011 06:00 AM
    Oh but here's two more...

    The Force.
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    20 Apr 2011 06:29 AM
    Classic!
    I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords. I'd like to remind them that as a trusted Coastie, I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground sugar caves.
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    20 Apr 2011 09:35 AM
    Exactly how often do Storm Troopers set their blasters to "stun"? Once by my count.
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    20 Apr 2011 05:24 PM
    Very impressive Roe...but light saber and the force win...LOL
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    21 Apr 2011 05:11 AM
    What kind of fleet does Star Trek have since Roe brought it up. I'll but the Falcon vs 'Prise would hav a clear winner. But, what about ship to ship. What chance would the 'Prise have against a Super Star Destroyer or the Death Star? Even the Borg couldn't adapt and assimilate firepower of that magnitude.
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    21 Apr 2011 05:12 AM
    Heh, and just think... the only Nebulon-B Frigate you see in Star Wars is a medical frigate....

    But my personal favorite was always the Interdictor-class Star Destroyers.
    30 XX-9 Heavy Turbolasers
    30 NK-7 Ion Cannons
    48 TIE Interceptors
    12 TIE Bombers
    and an array of landing/boarding craft
    And 4 Gravity Well projectors.

    These things would sit in a hyperspace lane, pull ships out of hyperspace, and open fire before they even realized what had happened. Not to mention that's it's almost 3 times the size of the Enterprise with WAY more fire-power and shielding. And it's not even the most powerful Star Destroyer by a long shot.
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    21 Apr 2011 05:36 AM
    The Death Star could destroy planets...
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    21 Apr 2011 05:50 AM
    And the Sun Crusher could destroy stars (and therefore solar systems)...
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    21 Apr 2011 07:15 AM
    The Death Star could destroy planets...


    Kinda sad when you think about. The Death Star could destroy a planet, but all it tok was some kid from a backwater planet to turn it to rubbish.

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    21 Apr 2011 07:30 AM
    He DID have the advantage of The Force... but agreed. Guaranteed that if the guy wasn't dead already, whoever designed the Death Star got force choked after that.
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    21 Apr 2011 01:22 PM
    After the first one, you would think the Emperor would have waited until the second one was finished before unleashing it. Common sense tells me, if the rebels are savvy enough to find the Achilles' heal of an impenetrable fortress then a half-built space station probably won't stand a chance.
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    21 Apr 2011 09:37 PM
    Y'all can argue about spaceships if you want. I, on the other hand, am reflecting on the really important question: Princess Leia or Seven of Nine?
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    22 Apr 2011 05:43 AM
    I thought I felt a disturbance in the Force, welcome back Wep. You have been missed.

    Princess Leia, Return of the Jedi or The Empire Strikes Back?
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    22 Apr 2011 09:54 PM
    Return of the Jedi slave costume.
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    22 Apr 2011 11:39 PM

    Posted By wepprop on 22 Apr 2011 10:54 PM
    Return of the Jedi slave costume.


    That was indeed a good costume...
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    23 Apr 2011 07:56 AM
    Princess Leia hands down.
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    Posted By Gears on 23 Apr 2011 08:56 AM
    Princess Leia hands down.


    Yes, but we only got to see Carrie Fisher in that costume for about 20 seconds of screen time in one movie, albeit one I saw many times. After that, she went back to wearing cloaks and stuff.

    On the other hand, Jeri Ryan was in that unitard for probably 15 minutes of screen time in 27 episodes a year for five years, for a grand total of more than 30 hours of screen time.

    I am deeply conflicted...
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    24 Apr 2011 03:33 PM
    The unitard, while more prescient, leaves plenty to the imagination. Camera tricks, girdles, etc can be employed to improve the overall package. Princess Leia was laid out for the whole world to see.
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    02 May 2011 05:49 AM
    Not to mention the whole Borg implants... and the attitude.
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    29 May 2011 06:12 PM
    star wars is on tonight
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    06 Dec 2015 03:15 PM
    i know this is an ancient thread but star wars FTW!

    princess leia is technically a disney princess now.
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    31 Dec 2015 09:18 AM
    After seeing the new Star Wars, which is pretty much a plagiarized Episode IV, I'd have to say Star Trek now. I'm disappointed in Star Wars. I never thought the story lines were all that amazing or revolutionary, but they just keep repeating the same story with better technology.
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