A friend and I are conspiring together to craft a story (hopefully to turn into a series) in the Star Trek universe (post-Nemesis era). This is a just-for-fun (amateur) en-devour purely for the pleasure of crafting a story in the Star Trek universe. One of the biggest things that appeals to me about Star Trek is its bases on current scientific knowledge. On that note, to keep our story as realistic as possible, I thought having a panel of individuals specialized in various fields with whom to consult for story accurateness and realisticness would be advantageous--to keep the particulars of the story accurate to known fact. Since we're only Freshman-college age, we don't have a lot of technical expertise to fall back on. Consultants would be helpful to provide us the medical condition Bashir finds in the patient that is the turning point in the story, or the scientific law that allows Nog to get the Enterprise out of trouble just in time; and to help us know what is realistic and probable, and what is wrong, by known fact or principle. If this sounds interesting to you, post a reply.