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Parallel Universes and Alternate Development Gene Roddenberry, the visionary that created Star Trek did not intend for the show to be a pulp series without morals or depth. He intended each and every episode to offer insight to our own societal issues and human experience. The themes of his episodes range from race issues, to environmental awareness, to the morality of expanding technology. The most interesting theme I have found within the Star Trek universe is that of parallel Universes and alternate development of societies similar to our own. These themes are the most interesting because they offer a view of what could have been, or even what could be in our own society, allowing us a level of introspection we could not have imagined on our own.
“Star Trek: The Next Generation” was a sci-fi television show that offered adventure, discovery, and communication with other human-like species from other planets. This series was a later version of the original Star Trek series of the late 1960s. Like the original series, The Next Generation often used current issues or themes that reflected the times. The Episode “Darmok” is a perfect example of the importance of communication and the sometimes baffling, frustrating, and crucial efforts we have to make to understand one another. The Enterprise is on a mission to make contact with a race called the Tamarians.