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Star Trek: Can You Beat The Kobayashi Maru Test? [Flowchart]

Captain to the bridge. You receive a distress signal from a civilian freighter, The Kobayashi Maru, that has struck a gravitic mine. Venturing into the Klingon Neutral Zone where the ship is stranded could be considered a declaration of war. The Kobayashi Maru is losing life support. The Kobayashi Maru is a training exercise in […] The post Star Trek: Can You Beat The Kobayashi Maru Test? [Flowchart] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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