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Isn't it my understanding from previous Star Trek serieses that anytime someone disrupted the time line, a time police from the future would come to correct it?
- Because I doubt JJ Abrams even knew about them. From what I understand he's not a fan of the spin-offs, hence why he rebooted it. --Golden Monkey 21:00, February 25, 2010 (UTC)
- (edit conflict) Why didn't they come in during any of the time travel episodes in The Original Series? Why not in "Time's Arrow" How about "Past Tense, Part I"? The vast vast vast majority of time travel from previous series saw no involvement of your so called "time police." They come along when the writers wanted them to, which is almost never. --OuroborosCobra talk 21:02, February 25, 2010 (UTC)
- Besides, the impression given was that the original timeline still existed and that the nature of red-matter-black-hole-time-travel was that the alternate reality created coexisting with the original line... basically, the time police would have interfered if the timeline was being replaced, but it wasn't changed, it was diverged. -- Captain MKB 21:57, February 25, 2010 (UTC)
- See their website. It's in the original. Sortof.
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