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There are four permanent seats on the United Federation of Planets Security Council

1. Civilian representative
2. Starfleet Admiralty
3. Starfleet Intelligence
4. United Federation of Planets Strategic Humpback Whale Reserve

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There's no such thing as Section 31, and this belief is, in fact, more in keeping with the original spirit in which Section 31 was introduced into Star Trek

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All of Enterprise was a holodeck fantasy for Riker, not just the last episode

This is the reason for the running gag of "we never see the cook" throughout Enterprise, and also for the moral inconsistencies

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First contact was made with Betazed by a Canadian expedition, hence the name

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Picard is speaking in French the whole time

This explains why when he swears that one time, the Universal Translator doesn't translate it and we hear "merde"

Now, by tradition, reference materials for Tamarian-human diplomacy are French-Tamarian, not English-Tamarian, e.g. Darmok et Jalad Γ  Tanagra

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The importance of first contact with Vulcans in the development of human society was overstated by Picard et al entirely for morale reasons in First Contact

You would have to ignore nearly all of what we are told explicitly and implicitly in other episodes/films about humanity's maturation in order to accept that human society became a post-scarcity, post-discrimination utopia in a single step summed up as:

Vulcans β†’ utopia

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Vulcan erogenous zones:

* The index and middle fingers, but only when fully extended together

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In the 23rd century, Federation doctors wear red when performing surgery as a matter of tradition

The colour was originally chosen because blood is very visible on a red background

Well, if you're a Vulcan, where this tradition originated

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And if you think the Vulcan erogenous zones thing isn't plausible

Watch Sarek/Amanda in TOS and young Spock/Saavik in Star Trek III (1984)

I defy you to come up with a better explanation for the Vulcan frot

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Given how often it happens in Star Trek, there has to be like a part of the Starfleet oath of service, maybe when you hit the command level or something, that compels officers to disobey clearly immoral orders

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