“This remark was immediately rendered in the Mercan language by his Translator, except for the word "phaser," for which there was no Mercan equivalent.”
“The National Post has a fun article about William Shatner, called His phaser is set to fun.”
“The phaser was a flashlight, with silouette disks of a Klingon ship and other such stuff.”
“Because a phaser is a pinpoint blast of concentrated light," explained Soleta.”
“The cerebral shock from the phaser was our biggest concern, but you responded well to treatment.”
““It looks like you are threatening your captain with a phaser, which is a court-martial offense, Commander.””
“I'm guessing the phaser was the Playmates toy version.”
“The phaser is a ranged weapon -- works better for us geek weaklings who don't want to get our hands dirty.”
“Maybe tagging all the individual frames with characters or events "phaser", "transporter", "klingon", "Neelix" and then being able to pull them up by entering keywords.”
“So soon it was "phaser" and "plasma rifle" and "hypervelocity rail gun," as everyone took a quick swing back into fantasy land, which is what Space Opera is all about anyway.”
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pretty open-ended here—terms, ideas, lingo, technologies and phenomena (real or postulated) that are, were, should be or could be used in speculative fiction
you name the setting
I've tuned mine to be gentler and kinder
following suit is not mandatory but would be appreciated
as a techie, I run across nerd words.
Ridiculous American cheese, but entertaining all the same.
words not found in other
dictionaries,these are from Macquarie
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Frequently used Star Trek terminology
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