Y'all— Do not Thump the Book of G'Nome (@NomeDaBarbarian) February 21, 2020
I think this might be the Prime Star Trek Universe.
The one that isn't changed by time travel. The actual path humanity was on.
I think... I think that the Federation universe might be the alternate one. / pic.twitter.com/MwRXK4JJaD
Y'all.— Do not Thump the Book of G'Nome (@NomeDaBarbarian) February 21, 2020
All I can find against this is a few characters saying things like "The Empire has existed for centuries" or "We banished those weaknesses millenia ago."
It's a fascist dictatorship.
The first thing they do is manipulate history to support the regime.
See: Bushido. / pic.twitter.com/1C43B3VdDd
Now, instead of some high-on-adrenaline scavver in the smoking ruin of the USA suddenly having *nearly infinite power,*— Do not Thump the Book of G'Nome (@NomeDaBarbarian) February 21, 2020
There's a man, gifted Federation guidance and principles, by the organization that his actions allow to exist.
And reminding him of legacy, and consequences./ pic.twitter.com/AM8p5roPq4
Or 23 years ago, Children of Time, when the Defiant finds a planet that has the crew's descendants on it, from when their ship crashed in the past from trying to leave in the future.— Do not Thump the Book of G'Nome (@NomeDaBarbarian) February 21, 2020
And then Oldo (shoutout @BenjaminAhr and @CutForTime) changes it all, and merges with himself. / pic.twitter.com/dEelFt3CA7
The mirror universe isn't an alternate dimension where everyone is evil.— Do not Thump the Book of G'Nome (@NomeDaBarbarian) February 21, 2020
It's the prime dimension.
The Federation Universe is an alternate dimension where, due to space and time fuckery, an impossible hope exists. / pic.twitter.com/vgYvwG0qAN
(There's more in the thread.)