Star Trek: Discovery just broke our brains

November 13, 2017

Enlarge / Do not mess with Burnham, you Klingon supremacist scum. (credit: CBS)

A white-knuckle cliffhanger ended the first half of Star Trek: Discovery‘s first season. Frenetic, fascinating, and sometimes shocking, “Into the Forest I Go” raised more questions than it answered. There are conspiracies wrapped in conspiracies, and we’ve got the entire mid-season break to mull them over.

Spoilers ahead! Yes, I mean it! If you read past these sentences and complain about spoilers in the comments, you will be turned into a newt.

Algorithms in spaaaaaaaaace!

I’m starting to feel like every episode of DISCO has to have a Fringe-like element of mad science. Last week we had the Avatar-esque sparkleplanet, with the (sentient?) antenna rising inexplicably out of its inexplicable ecosystem. This week, we got a mission to build an algorithm that will allow Star Fleet to calculate the location of cloaked Klingon vessels.

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