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AndrewR
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Well, not really anything to do with Hokule'a class but, those variants in the back of the DS9TM, are nothing better that what has been put here, I mean look at that hoplessley out scaled Danube nacelle pylon on the Intrepid/Constitution variant...

what constitution did that engineering section come from anyway!?!

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Geez you guys are harsh! I'm with Baloo. Mellow out on the guy!

Personally, I like the top one, but would love to see top and front views as well. Sometimes it's hard to say from just a side view!

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I myself like the bottom one. It seems more like a starship of the Hokule'a time period. It has that ambassador-like secondaru hull, and those round warp engines. BTW, does anyone have any idea where the name Hokule's come from?

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I believe Hokule'a is a Hawaiian canoe.

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TSN
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It's Hawaiian, whatever it is...

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Aethelwer
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Yeah, that end apostrophe/vowel combination is popular in Hawai'i.

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AndrewR
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BRIGMAN!!!!!!! I re-read my post - I wasn't even TALKING about those pics posted above - I was commenting on the stuff from the DS9 TM!

Andrew

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Brigman
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Andrew, I wasn't talking to you.

Just know this crowd gets militant about "canon", which to me is kinda silly...

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Well, it depends on the specs and stuff .... personally, the bottom one looks more aesthetic ... but the top one looks like it has more technical promise.

And so what if he wants to design his own ship, even if the first design actually exists? .. I mean, come on ... it's only a design........

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Our point is that the name is already taken...

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I'm not going to defend the above designs, for I don't like immature cut'n'paste either. I only like to annotate that conjectural designs are legitimate, if they are explicitly marked as such and unless there might be a "real" design for the ship.
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