Note- People seemed to like the GIF I made of this, although that animation really sped things up too fast. Here is the original video that is at a reasonable pace so that you can absorb the scale changes a bit better. I love the Universe!
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Scotty: "Eyee, Capm, whattal it be?"
Capm Danzio: "Warp factor eleventy-twelve!"
Scotty: "Are ye mad?!"
McCoy: "Damn it Jim!"
Capm Danzio: "You heard me. Give me all you got!"
Spock: "If my calculations are correct, Mr Scott can achieve this by inverting the phase inducers in the warp plasma conduits, with a harmonic of 2.7."
McCoy: "You green blooded, pointy eared . . ."
Capm Danzio: "Bones! We need that serum to save the colony! . . .
[Exterior shot of the ship whizzing through space . . . ]
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