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What is the “Star Trek effect”? Star Trek is known for its invention of modern teleportation devices. People will try to create “cool” technology they see in science fiction. Science-fiction
television shows often become popular film series. Working with others on collaborative science fiction is unproductive.
What is the “Star Trek effect”? Star Trek is known for its invention of modern teleportation devices.
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