So I've been thinking about Fringe... and realized there's a very cheesy message about love for a cork in a very basic plothole. The problem with the idea of an alternate universe with alternative us who have made different decisions in life, is that in order for there to be the same people at all, you would need millions of years of every indevidual making the exact same romantic and sexual decisions, even if under different circumstances, the exact same sperm needs to reach the exact same ovary generation after generation. Essentially - love needs to function as destiny for the setting to work at all.
I observed a very strange thing this evening, after the sun had set the sky was totally purple, everything was changed as though I was wearing tinted glasses or contacts, everyone else in my household saw it and people were commenting on social media about a purpley haze, this was weird, like being in the heart of the northern lights.
Wouldnt be surprised by reports of UFOs or something X-Files like.
Both franchises promote philosophical and political messages, though Star Wars not as much as Star Trek. The main philosophies of Star Trek convey the ethics of exploration and interference and how to morally deal with a new situation when faced by it. Creator Gene Roddenberry was inspired by stories like Gulliver's Travels that implied a morality tale. The main philosophical messages in Star Wars are the ethics of good against evil and how to distinguish one from the other. The philosophy of Star Wars also preaches against the totalitarian system and preaches in favor of societies that give equality to citizens.
Winterman is coming through the forest down to his Chrimbus cave inside the woods. Now's the time to tell him everything you want inside your Chrimbus bush!