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This creative remix comes courtesy of Jonny Wilson aka Eclectic Method. It’s a musical tribute to Captain Jean-Luc Picard that uses clips of some of the captain’s most iconic phrases. Don’t be surprised if it puts you in some sort of trance.

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Star Wars and Star Trek are both really nerdy, but which is the nerdiest? This animated video by College Humor features animated Captain Picard and Darth Vader debating that question. Their points are great, but Ryker wins for his antics with his stupid leg in the background.

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Leonard Nimoy passed away earlier this year at the age of 83, and has now been honored with his very own asteroid. According to Universe Today,

4864 Nimoy, a mountain-sized rock roughly 6 miles (10 km) across, orbits the Sun once every 3.9 years within the inner part of the main asteroid belt between Mars and Vulcan, er Jupiter.

This isn’t the first asteroid with Star Trek roots. The publication also notes:

While Leonard Nimoy’s name will forever tumble about the asteroid belt, his fictional character got there before him. Or did it? 2309 Mr. Spock (former 1971 QX1) was discovered by James Gibson on August 16, 1971. An outer main belt asteroid about 13 miles (21 km) across and orbiting the Sun every 5.23 years, it’s actually not named for the Star Trek character. Nope. Gibson named it for his cat.

4864 Nimoy will be passing close enough next month that you will be able to see it with the right telescope. There have been lots of Nimoy tributes since his passing, but this one might be the most fitting.

(Blastr via The Mary Sue / Image: Stellarium)

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We love Star Trek IV for a number of reasons: “Double Dumbass on you!” comes to mind. But if there’s one thing we all remember, it was the two humpback whales the crew of the Enterprise saved and brought back to the future.

Now you can celebrate George and Gracie with this Entertainment Earth Convention Exclusive Star Trek IV: Whales with Spock Bobble Head.The tales bob and there’s even a tiny Spock swimming with them.

It’ll be available while supplies last at SDCC booth #2343 or you can pre-order online. The run is limited to only 1,998 pieces.

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This desk and chair combo are ready to boldly go to work. Super-Fan Builds created a USS Enterprise desk from the saucer section with a matching chair that sits between the warp nacelles. Super-fan Jack Geiger is one lucky Trekkie.

See it come together in the video after the break.

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This fan tribute imagines a spin-off of Star Trek: The Next Generation revolving solely around William T. Riker. It’s the strange and very funny work of Jan van den Hemel and editor Andrew Hussie who have made lots of fun TNG edits. This clip has the crew witnessing the birth of Riker’s child from a very unexpected mate. Deanna Troi does not look happy.

See Also: Riker Doesn’t Know How To Sit In A Chair

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Star Trek fans have a new photo op destination if they’re in the mood to visit the only officially licensed Star Trek building in the world. Located in China, the building is home to NetDragon Websoft and is the brainchild of uberfan Company Chairman Liu DeJian who licensed the rights from CBS to build it. It took over 6 years and 160 million dollars, but it’s a one of a kind structure that also boasts 30 foot slides to get from the third floor as well as automatic sliding doors between offices.

Take a closer look in the video after the break.

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Garden gnomes are supposed to protect your yard from evil spirits, but how are they with Gorn? These Star Trek garden gnomes are outfitted like the crew of the Enterprise and they’re ready for duty. There’s Kirk, Spock, a redshirt, and Kirk batting a Gorn. Each also gets a pithy quote engraved on the base.

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If you ordered a replica Star Trek Captain’s Chair on eBay and were pissed with the quality, what would you do? If you’re Adam Savage you mod the heck out of it.

After a day of tinkering with some electronics along with his friend Jeremy Williams, this once crappy Enterprise command chair was fitted with working lights, switches and a ton of digital sound clips.

Also, listening to Adam’s Shatner impression made my day.

Check out this awesomely fun build after the break.

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