Articles by Ketwolski

About Ketwolski (3 Articles)
Ketwolski is a YouTube content creator who lives and breathes all things Trek. Ketwolski works to spread the good word about Star Trek, keeping fan discussions lively, and to gather all Trekkies/Trekkers in one place to share our love for this amazing universe.

Star Trek’s Economic Model — Fantasy or Future?

October 17, 2017 // 2 Comments

A small model of the U.S.S. Enterprise starship from Star Trek
One of the most well-known facts about Star Trek is that human beings no longer collect paychecks, and they aren’t obsessed with the consumption of material things. Now, most people hear this statement and assume that everything in Star Trek is free and that you can have anything you want. While that is technically true, it’s not how things unfold in the future. But, why is that? Well, in the absence of a currency-centric economy, humans of the future are shown to be focused on //

Finding Hope in the Impossible: How Star Trek Will Save the World

August 4, 2017 // 2 Comments

To save the world, Star Trek needs a reboot. When Star Trek: The Original Series debuted in 1966, fans were awed by the futuristic technology and equipment featured on the show. From the starship Enterprise to the tricorder, Trek established a yet unforeseen view into the future; one that was possible to attain. And now, 50 years later, we have seen exactly how much of a lasting effect Trek had on our development as a species. 3-D printing, the Internet, Wi-fi, Bluetooth, cell phones, //

History of the Future: Everything You Need to Know Before ‘Star Trek: Discovery’

June 23, 2017 // 2 Comments

Created by Gene Roddenberry in 1966, Star Trek has become a cultural icon that has spanned over five decades. Noted for its cultural influences and progressive civil rights acts, Trek included one of television’s first multiracial casts and the first onscreen interracial kiss. While the original show only aired for three seasons, Star Trek now spans over six syndicated television shows, 725 episodes, and 13 major motion pictures. Not to mention the hundreds of graphic novels, comics, //