|Origin:||New York, Earth|
|Favorite series:||Star Trek: The Original Series|
|Favorite Props:||hypospray, protoplaser (if there's any two I wish I had in my hospital right now, it's these)|
|Favorite Ships:||USS Enterprise refit, USS Defiant NX-74205|
|Favorite Character:||Leonard McCoy|
|Favorite episodes:||TOS: "The Doomsday Machine", "Journey to Babel", "The Enemy Within"|
|Favorite Movie:||Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan|
|Pet Peeves:||Current Star Trek productions seem to sometimes forget where the first series (TOS) has already been before, and where it was originally trying to take us...|
Hello. Yes, I contribute. :)
Dr. McCoy is my favorite character and actually a role model (he was my initial inspiration for becoming a doctor). I find him to be a very human character, and therefore an asset to the storyline amidst the technobabble, as he provides humor, forethought, and a wonderful voice of conscience to the others. The medicine of Star Trek is also a major hobby and inspiration. I hope my contributions to the TOS and TNG-era medical references, and McCoy's bio, are well received and enjoyed by all.
===ARTICLE CONTRIBUTIONS=== (I cannot take credit for previous creations or subsequent edits), (contributions were also submitted under IP address 22.214.171.124).
"Journey to Babel" Summary
TOS Medical ReferencesEdit
anabolic protoplaser, benjisidrine, brain circuitry pattern, cordrazine, cortropine, decompression chamber, dylovene, emergency surgical kit, formazine, hyperencephalogram, kironide, Leonard McCoy's Comparative Alien Physiology, lexorin, mahko root, Masiform-D, medical scanner, medkit, melenex, neural paralyzer, Omega IV virus, psychotricorder, Retinax V, Rigelian Kassaba fever, Saurian virus, sensor web, sonic separator, space psychology, spray applicator, Steinman analysis, steri-field, sterilite, theragen, tri-laser connector, tri-ox compound