These debates range from a number of comparisons, like whose ship was faster, which was more scientifically possible and accurate, and even who the victor would be if the Federation went to war with the Empire.Rather than compare more things about these classics themselves, I thought, what about the fans?"The difference of our site to the many other dating sites is that when you join you know that the people who join are Star Trek fans and with that comes the life values and good nature," he stated."Star Trek has a common goal, to do good and help others, as well as explore unknown worlds! Users can amass credits through particular actions (for instance, opening an account can give you 10 credits, uploading a profile pic earns you three and checking in daily scores you five, while other actions cost credits to complete (like sending a private message or adding your profile to the "Hot List" — presumably, a feature that lets your profile be seen by more users than usual.The next section will give you the opportunity to share information about yourself like body type, ethnicity, personality traits, recreational drug use, health issues and hobbies.You can also select the details that you are looking for in a match such as physical traits, location, language, religion, political views, dietary habits and profession.
The site was founded in 2010 by Oliver Gough, the current owner, with an eye on catering "specifically to Star Trek fans," due to the fact that "there was no other site dedicated for Star Trek daters," said Gough in an exclusive interview with Tech Times.
(Which means that characters such as Quark, Morn, or, let's be honest, half of are absent.) Placement on the list is the result of long consideration of characters' service to Starfleet and/or Starfleet-related causes as shown or implied during their appearances, with one exception that shall not be discussed further.
(Good luck figuring out which one is placed specifically due to personal bias.)2: Only original on-screen media was considered during deliberation.
From a sample of about 100,000 active e Harmony users, about 5,000 users listed ‘Star Wars’ or ‘Star Trek’ as their favourite movie or TV show.
Of this 5,000, 60 percent listed ‘Star Wars’ and 40 percent listed ‘Star Trek’ as their favourite.