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You have approximately five Earth hours (PST) to ready your ears and mini-dress in honor of Star Trek’s 40th birthday.

Just try and imagine where we’d be without our favorite Enterprisers. Star Trek modeled technology is so pervasive today, I shudder to think what our society might have looked like if we’d based the future on some of the other technologies being debuted on the small screen in 1966.

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