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Which is More Technologically Advanced — Star Wars or Star Trek?

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Writer Tom Gardiner at Gizmodo breaks down systems of technology and advancement of both Star Wars and Star Trek, setting categories alongside each other, in order to come to a conclusion about which is more technologically advanced. Categories considered include transportation, energy generation, communication, manufacturing, construction, military, medical technology, robotics and computing, field manipulation and social technology. As you can imagine, once the writer gives his opinion, the debate continues from readers in the comment section. Check out the comparison here.  


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Star Trek by a mile. You can't beat the transporter, replicator, and holodeck. Yeah sure, they were conceived as an easy way to get around paying for more expensive special effects, but all our greatest inventions were conceived as an easier way to get things done.
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