This woman trolled Star Wars and the mansplaining that followed was out of this world
Not great planning if there’s an airborne pathogen that could kill them.
— Matt Krotzer (@mattkrotzer) September 13, 2018
True. But they have an immediate exit and the best medical technology known to man, plus limited long range scanners
They can’t use robots, because their robots suck and they often don’t have the time
And they can’t use environment suits, because you can’t defend against unknow
— Jake (@hudsonknutton) September 13, 2018
I’ve always thought about this with Star Wars so I just imagine that they already have info about that planet. It’s not a new discovery they’re already aware about the planet’s ecosystem.
— Bubby (@ChubbiBubby24) September 13, 2018
Yeah star trek is more about exploration. Planets in star wars are already established, colonised, part of Galactic Business
— Ash Snubabe Collins (@WesleyRiot) September 13, 2018
Star Trek is about exploring new worlds whereas in Star Wars it is implied that the planets they land on are known & inhabited planets already.
— GBQ66 (@GinoQuizon) September 13, 2018
I can think of only one time in 9 movies that characters in Star Wars landed on a planet/moon/asteroid that wasn't already inhabited/known. Guess what they were wearing? https://t.co/UjIW2XdYcr
— Zisteau (@Zisteau) September 13, 2018
Star Trek uses the concept of being from earth thus adopting earth kind thinking and techniques. Star Wars is a fully existing universe apart from our own where generally environments are mostly know much like the different countries on earth are recognised by us.
— Andrew P Catton (@AndrewPCatton1) September 13, 2018
Cool. Here on earth we have things called jokes. They point out obvious flaws in reason or logic and highlight them to make us laugh.
— Greg (@gregkash) September 13, 2018
To conclude …
*slaps roof of this thread* this bad boy can fit so much fucking mansplaining in it https://t.co/5EOiJexqoF
— Gary Dunion (@garydunion) September 13, 2018
good morning to everyone explaining the difference between Star Wars and Star Trek to me. like I don’t know
— Sarah Griffith (@sk_griffith) September 13, 2018
Oh, go on then …
I have NEVER related to a tweet more than this. https://t.co/G82otefvlj
— laurel (@laurelbraaten) September 13, 2018
PS actually we really enjoyed The Last Jedi.