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We know, at least, that he is less than 2m tall. From Nemesis: PICARD: So I'm not as tall as you expected? SHINZON: I had always hoped I would be two metres. PICARD: As had I. Source


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I vaguely remember an episode of TNG where a Starfleet ship was hailed and that person addressed himself as the captain of that vessel, however, the rank on his collar was that of a commander. I'm not quiet sure which episode it was but I'm 75% positive I saw it. Now, whether or not he was the highest senior officer or just filling in for him, I don't know, ...


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I don't believe Picard's exact height has ever been specified in any of the TV episodes or movies, but I think we can safely conclude that neither he, nor other humans from his era, are especially tall compared to humans from ours, based on various instances where characters from the 22nd-24th centuries have interacted with those from the 19th-21st centuries....


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In the TV show, Picard was 5'9", the same as Patrick Stewart. I suspect that the alien is just rounding, saying "about two meters" instead of "about 1.75 meters".


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Based on City on the Edge of Forever: the Enterprise disappeared when history changed. Only the landing party was spared due to the Guardian's local timeline protection. DS9 "Time's Orphan" old Molly disappeared after she sent young Molly back - which made old Molly impossible. DS9 "Children of Time" the descendants of the crashed ...


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Data mentioned '12.75 billion gigawatts per...' and got cut off by the alarm at that point. The script was supposed to say 'per second' however. Power generation has been a little inconsistent in Trek (ok by quite a bit and probably because at the time when they created the show, the writers thought those would be very big numbers - but they forgot about ...


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The biggest and only was for the scene with B-4 in the draw at the Daystrom Institute. Star Trek: Picard Prop Master Jeff Lombardi talks about it this official video (section begins at 2:24). I'm assuming this was from Nemesis. He also mentions a lot of the real props were auctioned off long ago.


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According to the Klingon translator, it seems to mean "one of madness". I typed in "Maw' toch!".


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Frame Challenge A lot of the question is based off the erroneous assumption: Obviously, there aren't a bunch of newly discovered elements in the 22nd, 23rd and 24th centuries, so these materials have to be compounds or alloys, or they'd be too radioactive to use in ships for long term human occupancy (all elements above atomic number 92 are radioactive to ...


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The main fuselage with the warp drive was recovered years latter and reunited with the capsule and sent to the Smithsonian . This is how Picard was able to see it but not touch it in the future


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