I removed (with regards to "over fifteen light years in only five minutes; capable of traveling from the Alpha Quadrant to the Delta Quadrant in four months"):
- This translates to an average cruising speed of 22 light years per hour, or 192720 times the speed of light. This translates to slightly under Warp 9.9999 on the Revised Cochrane Scale, the speed of subspace radio transmission. This could also represent a burst speed of up to 300 light years per hour.
I feel this is too speculative. First of all, we don't seem to recognize any sort of "Revise Cochrane Scale" -- as that seems to have been derived from the Star Trek Encyclopedia and related sources, so therefore even if you do the math (where: 60,000ly/3mo = 27.8 ly/hr) there is no canon scale to relate it to. Additionally, there was no duration referenced with regards to the Dauntless journey of 15+ light years, other than it took Voyager 2 days at "high warp" to catch up, and nothing about "five minutes". Therefore, speculation about a "burst of speed up to 300 ly/hr" is unsupported. --Alan del Beccio 18:43, 17 January 2007 (UTC)
- Support, also the section is relatively so large as to overshadow the "in-universe" POV of the article--Sennim 13:12, October 3, 2011 (UTC)