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Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Flying Disc Defies Laws of Physics

by Conner Flynn

Forget Frisbee. That is so last century. What you need in a flying disc is a starship. Like the U.S.S. Enterprise. That’s totally doable right? Hell yes.¬†ThinkGeek has this Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Flying Disc that is totally aerodynamic despite the Enterprise body and those nacelles being attached to the saucer section.

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Seemingly defying physics, you just throw the saucer section and the rest of the ship follows. Then your friend catches it. Sadly, it is not warp capable.

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Ok fine. April Fools! But you know, it wouldn’t take much to make this a reality. I hope you ThinkGeek guys are working on this one for real. Around the clock please. I would like a flying Klingon Bird of Prey that I can throw and simulate battles with.

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