Hello Akula long time no see
Yeah, I've been busy processing data from a recent research cruise. Here's some pictures from the cruise.
In the realm of ST fantasy…anything you want…in reality probably nothing bigger than this computer I’m typing on…according to physics it would take an enormous amount of energy to accomplish zipping an object from A to B. But hey, if you can harness enough anti-matter to drive a ship for 20 years who knows…scientists using the world’s largest particle accelerator outside of Chicago half less than a eighth gram of anti-matter stored and they’ve been collecting for 30 sum years!
In Star Trek: Deep Space Nine there was the episode where Several Industrial size replicators were stolen.
I think it would entirely depend on the power source and the size of the dematerializer and the size of the data buffer.
yep, and thanks saquist but i think im going to get promoted within the following 50 or 100 posts.. ive been already a long time a lieutenant, but you are captain!! congrats!AAH it just went to lieutenant commander!
I would imagine that not only would it depend on the power available and the storage space, but it would also depend on whos at the controls, we've seen senior officers shoveing Transporter operators out the way for small things like people so I would expect anything smaller than the approximate mass of the transportee.
Starfleet Command III mod developer/troubleshooter
23rd January 2019
I think it depends on the plot: So let it be written, so let it be done.
Dr. Professor Logic, PhD.
11th November 2003
2 pages, 12 years, and not a single mom joke. Whoa.