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The Tempest
King Lear
などはよく新スター・トレック「スタートレック: The Next Generation」のエピソードのテーマになります。


でもさ、一番いい作品は次のものです。(まだ日本で放送していないと思う)。Sisco艦長(Mr. Brooks)は時間のない例外的科学的な小さい宇宙に飲み込まれました。「すみません日本語の翻訳を勝手に作っています」。そこでSiscoの息子(Jake by Mr. Lofton)はすべての人生を尽くしてお父さんを助けようとします。なんと、私は人生で二回目実際になきました。前で泣いた番組はひとつの「暴れんぼ将軍」でした。見ないとわからいですが、そのエピソードをOSCARをもらったのだと覚えています。

Star Trek and later Deep Space 9, and even more recently Voyager, but especially Deep Space 9 I have a large debt to. Deep Space 9 helped me both as the only show (and ST:TNG too) I watched while away in college. It was an escape from classes. A chance to relax and see physics in action, besides just in the laboratories. A chance to put to use my knowledge of literature, and deal with real issues hidden in a great series like racism, politics, war, love, hate, anger, religion, and all sorts of stuff. Also helps pass all those grueling Engineering Physics tests by giving me answers and by letting me relax.

The "Bald people are people too" message is cool too, but I am not bald.

A chance for a role model in Jake Sisco (Cirroc Lofton) who like me had trouble deciding what to do with his life. He chooses to start out in Literature and imagination. In my favorite episode he also does physics. This contrasts with me who started out in physics and will probably one day end up writing novels (in Japanese?).

Also I am very grateful to the character of Cpt. Janeway for loving Quantum Mechanics and not being afraid to show it. COME OUT OF THE CLOSET, ALL YOU Q.M. LOVERS. And to the actor who plays Neelix for finally getting a chance to use all the techno babble and liking it. Actually that babble is often REAL PHYSICS TERMS! Not made up. There are anyons, neutrinos, Z particles, and theoretical tachyons (well maybe), and they are useful. Z particles are very very interesting! (They can be looked at as part photon, part something else well..., oh well I won't explain it any further)

I have noticed that a few years ago everyone said how bad Deep Space 9 was and how great Voyager was. At the time, I would say I liked Deep Space 9 better. But now I hold them about equally in my esteem.

Suddenly this year (1997) I return to America, and everyone loves Deep Space 9 and hates Voyager. What happened while I was in Japan. Back in 1996 (and before that) I used to be the only one watching Deep Space 9, while Voyager drew crowds. Now I am alone when I watch Voyager and in a crowd when I watch Deep Space 9. This is a mystery to me!


第二:The other episode was one where Dr. Bashir gets to party with other genetically engineered people. I wish I had a bunch of people who thought like me to party with. But everyone is usually too slow or on another wavelength, or they are just close minded, its always one of the three. That show also brought out how it is impossible to predict every outcome because in real life there are many unknown variables.