Subject: Death Star's architect finally answer complaints about exhaust port.
What kind of energy does the Death Star's core run on, anyway? I can't imagine they've got a diesel engine in there. It's got to be some sort of nuclear reactor. How do you run one of those in space without a supply of cooling water? The empty vacuum of space is *not* an effective thermal discharge.
hm, satelites work on plutonium batteries - maybe something similar?
other technicians all pass body waste.
Scotty: "You cannot change the laws of physics!!"
Vader: "I am altering the laws of physics. Pray that I do not alter them any further."
"Almost" is a good way of putting it. Not a true cloaking device, but it looks really cool.
Excretion is obsolete in the 24th century. Waste products are removed from the body with a transporter.
Oct 10 2014 4:28pm from IGnatius T Foobar @uncnsrd (Uncensored)
Excretion is obsolete in the 24th century. Waste products are
removed from the body with a transporter.
Is that why, in all those episodes of Star Trek, in all of its variations and reincarnations, you never, ever, not even once, saw a restroom?
This is an event by no means unique to Gene Rodenberry...