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What ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Gets Right (And Wrong) About Parallel Universes: Season 1 Episode 10

15 Jan 2018, 17:51 UTC
What ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Gets Right (And Wrong) About Parallel Universes: Season 1 Episode 10
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Lorca, Burnham, and Tyler prepare to beam over to the ISS Shenzhou in the mirror Universe. Image credit: Jan Thijs/CBS © 2017 CBS Interactive.Last week, the crew found themselves in the mirror Universe. Here’s what science has to say about that.Star Trek: Discovery entered their midseason hiatus on a terrific cliffhanger: they had destroyed the Klingon ship-of-the-dead, taken L’Rell prisoner, learned the secrets to the Klingon cloaking device, alterinh the tide of the war, and accidentally jumped to an unknown location. So where are they? The surprising answer is in another Universe entirely. The 10th episode of Star Trek: Discovery takes the series and its characters where no one has gone before, and it makes for a riveting story.The crew of Discovery begins to figure out where they are and what they must do to get back home, all while facing both inner and outer demons. Image credit: Best Possible Screengrab/CBS © 2017 CBS Interactive.Recap: The Discovery scans their location, confirming they’ve arrived at their new coordinates as planned, but that nothing else is where it needs to be. Vulcan ships attack them; the Federation never came to be, as humanity grew into the Terran Empire instead; and the humans ...

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