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‘Star Trek: Discovery,’ The No-Win Situation, And The Cause Of All Life: Season 1, Episode 13…

5 Feb 2018, 15:01 UTC
‘Star Trek: Discovery,’ The No-Win Situation, And The Cause Of All Life: Season 1, Episode 13…
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The no-win situation seems to be the central theme of the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery, with characters unwilling to accept it, each in their own way. Image credit: Ben Mark Holzberg/CBS © 2017 CBS Interactive.‘Star Trek: Discovery,’ The No-Win Situation, And The Cause Of All Life: Season 1, Episode 13 ReviewPlus, how the mycelium network’s destruction could, physically, actually end life in the Universe.Imagine taking a seemingly impossible journey: traveling to another Universe on a network of biological spores that no one else had been able to harness, understand, or even discover. Then imagine you’ve discovered that the network is corrupted, all because someone in this alternate Universe is unsustainably harnessing the network as an energy source. Over time, it’s drawing energy out of the network, destroying the bridge between Universes. But it gets worse: if the network is destroyed, you aren’t just stranded in this “mirror” Universe; you discover that all life in the Universe — in all Universes — will come to an end. If you destroy the ship harnessing the spore energy, you destroy your ship and your crew, and there’s no guarantee it saves the network. It’s a no-win situation. What do you do? ...

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