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Stark98

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#1 8 years ago

More a what if question..

the borg have explored the entire galaxy and they want more..

THey start visiting/exploring galaxies.. they find ways to even make it faster and more faster.. So within ten thousand years, they are coming to a point that they have visited everything in the universe..

THey realise that there is an end to it and nothing is more to visit..

What will happen? Do the borg start to flip? do they go insane(the queen) as there is no more stuff to assimilate?




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#2 8 years ago

bump




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#3 8 years ago

Bumping your own thread now are you? =p

Some say the Universe is expanding all the time (in every which way possible). To master Warp drive is one thing, to master Transwarp is something else. To then go beyond this, and create a new engine that allows travelling across voids, to other galaxies, that would be something completely different, and would take time.

Personally, I think if the Borg went out there, they'd end up destroyed. If it wasn't for Voyager, Species 8472 would have taken the Borg out. I can't quite believe that Species 8472 are the only ones ever powerful enough to take on the Borg. There will have been species (in other galaxies) that pre-date the Borg, the Queen and her collective wont stand a chance.




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#4 8 years ago

They would reach the 'been there, done that' state like the Q did and discover that perfection is boring. =p




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#5 8 years ago

Maybe they just sit down and start computing pi forever.




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#6 8 years ago

lol, so actually you think that borg would go in some sort of coma phase when they discovered everything?




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#7 8 years ago

The Borg will always seek perfection, even after learning everything in the universe.

But what about the multiverse theory?

Interdimensional travel is not unheard of in the Trek-verse, even if it is mostly by accident the few times it has been successful. Just because something makes sense in our universe, it doesn't mean that it would make sense in a parallel universe. The Borg could probably work out a way to cross into other universes in order to start assimilating again.

It just seems to me that the Borg would never stop, even after reaching the various limitations.




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#8 8 years ago

Considering that the universe, dimensions, and so forth are theoretically infinite, as Billz1282 says, there is theoretically no end to the Borg, nor can they ever truly reach their goal.


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#9 8 years ago
FileTrekker;5373681Considering that the universe, dimensions, and so forth are theoretically infinite, as Billz1282 says, there is theoretically no end to the Borg, nor can they ever truly reach their goal.

Agreed. They're goal as well is circumstantial. Perfection? What is perfection? To me perfection is a pile of Chinese food, a good looking woman and a couple of good bottles of wine. I'm pretty sure the Borg had all that. But then they wanted Italian food as well. Three good looking women and something better than wine. After that, they wanted... etc etc etc.




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#10 8 years ago

Yeah, I think perfection in the eyes of the Borg is total domination.


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