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In the episode Meditations On The Abyss, Gkar quotes fascinating ideas about the light on the wall, what is truth, and what is God, etc. It starts about 15 to 20 minutes into the episode. I was hoping to find the scene quoted so I could get a printed copy of all those wonderful thoughts.
In the B5 episode "Spider in the Web", there's some footage of what is supposed to be the San Diego wasteland.
Funny thing about that footage, as I've seen it before: It's stock footage from Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future. In fact, it was from their first episode.
Compare the two. :)
On the show the Minbari, Centauri, Narn, humans, and Drakh are depicted as "major" younger races (militarily and/or economically powerful) while the races of the League of Non-Aligned Worlds come across as less significant - at any rate, they are in a less influential place in the Babylon advisory board and the ISA. This also seems to be demonstrated by the Dilgar War, when the Dilgar thrashed some League species and even the Narn to some extent, but were defeated by humans.
My question is, what factors lead to a species being "major" or "minor" in this way?
It's not simply tied to when they achieved starfaring, which I would expect (very roughly) indicates technological advancement. Some of the League races have been in space centuries longer than the humans, the Narn are about as technologically advanced as humans, and the Yolu (a League race) started starfaring about 2000 years before the Minbari! The Vree have gravimetric engines and the Abbai have energy shields, so they're more advanced than humans in military technology.
It also doesn't seem to be a simple matter of humans being more aggressive and expansionist. It's true that the Abbai, for example, are fairly peaceful folks. But the Dilgar, Narn, and Drazi are just as aggressive as humans, and the Hurr and Grome seem to be aggressive too, yet the humans seem to out-class them.
Are humans better organized, or more numerous? Do they happen to live far enough from their neighbors that they managed to colonize a larger number of planets and thus have more natural resources? Were the Dilgar and their victims just militarily incompetent?
I'm curious to know what other fans think, and/or what obscure sources might reveal.
Hello all. I am looking for screen used station signs in hd format to have printed and backlighted. On babylon 5 station there are a number of signs on the promenade area. Signs from the shops. Display console pictures. Let me know if you know where to find some pics please. I have had a hard time finding them.
Does anyone remember the Babylon 5 news letter? It was ah folded over sheet. I found a bunch that I had saved.
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