All Our Yesterdays


All Our Yesterdays

Kirk, Spock and McCoy are trapped in the past. But different pasts! On an alien planet! But they’ve got bigger problems than that. Spock is reverting to a sort of pre-enlightenment Vulcan. All of that and the Enterprise may be destroyed by a star that’s expected to go supernova in minutes! Will everyone make it through? Find out when we put All Our Yesterdays in the Mission Log.

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  1. @disqus_kaV33sqOnq:disqus – so I saw the question about the vote up and down function. But if you have a conversation going on, the fact that this shuffles the entries is a problem. This page is an example. Now my posting of Jill Ireland in color as a response to “did she wear this?” doesn’t make sense any more. I’ve answered the question before it was asked! Would this have happened if I had posted the photo as a “reply” instead of a separate entry?

    Still trying to figure out the quirks here, and what I should or shouldn’t do when posting.

    Thanks for the awesome new site! I see people are starting to populate it with content already! Cool!

  2. Oh, or I can “sort by oldest” too. Interesting.

  3. Will Wright says:

    The Time-Portal effect as seen in the FotoNovel adaptation

  4. Gene C. Fedderly says:

    Maybe you can only communicate or go back through the portals if you haven’t been prepared?

  5. Robert Hackett says:

    One of the great things about posting in the older episodes is that not many people did. This is another one I recently watched on BBC America. I like most of the Star Trek original series’ time travel episodes. Return to Tomorrow is about the only one that I go “MEH”. I love the idea of the atavachron. It was a great time travel invention, but it leads to a gigantic paradox. If ALL the people of Sarpeidon travel to the past, they all die in the past. They will all then be born in the future to repeat going to the past. The entire planet’s population will be in a repeating loop they will never get out of until the end of the universe itself. This is when my brain starts to hurt. I also really like Ian Wolfe as Mr. Atoz.

    By the way, there are a series of paperbacks that address Spock and Zarabeth’s…….Love Child… No, I am not making that up. Even the Guardian of Forever gets involved.

    • Thanks for the mind-bleepery! Yeah, it’s an endless cycle…

    • Eric Waldow says:

      I think it’s even worse than that. When you send someone back in time and they have children, and the children have children, they could have dozens or hundreds of descendants showing up in the library for their own evacuation. Every person you send back makes the problem worse instead of better.