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Other entitiesEdit

Shouldn't this particular page reference several other space-dwelling lifeforms such as Gomtuu or the Spaceborne entity from Encounter at Farpoint? It seems strange to have different titles for what amounts to the same thing. All 3 that I can think of share the same qualities as this particular entry only Gomtuu has an actual name. This is especially difficult when you're looking for a particular entity and you find an article title that matches your description yet only one entity shows in the page leaving to to attempt to find another article. (This is probably a rant more than a suggestion but thought I would point it out) --Morder 19:42, 30 April 2008 (UTC)

Misleading?Edit

This page is a bit misleading, it says that all space-dwelling lifeforms are like this when there not (i.e the telepathic pitcher plant).

--Semajdraehs- any replies to my Talk page 00:28, 6 November 2008 (UTC)

It really depends on how the life-form was referenced in the show...I might watch it later and find out. — Morder 00:45, 6 November 2008 (UTC)
"Space-dwelling life form" (x3) was the most specific name given, the terms "creature" and "swarm" popped up too, but that's pretty generic. The only other time this term was specifically used was in reference to the Class J nebula lifeform, I guess. --Alan 02:08, 6 November 2008 (UTC)
Semajdraehs, it's not talking about all space dwelling life forms, it's talking about the specific species in Elogium. Say, have you looked at your signature? I don't think it's working. --TribbleFurSuit 02:21, 6 November 2008 (UTC)

The problem I find with it is that the title is so vague, people who are looking for other space dwelling life forms or a general page on space dwelling lifeforms are going to get confused, is there anyway to distinguish this page from other space dwelling lifeforms i.e Space dwelling lifeforms (Voyager).

--83.100.234.12 16:19, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

Make the ship blueEdit

This statement seems very un-trek to me. I dunno, it may be considered a nit-pick, but wouldn't it be better to say they reacted to the energy signature of the plasma rather then the color itself?

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