There is a problem with the sentence "The remaining transcendental 75%" -- this sentence has no verb. What does this even mean?

Speaking to the entire article, should this be here? Wouldn't this be better off if we deleted this and replaced it with a description of dark matter that was featured in Star Trek? -- Captain MKB 01:37, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

As you once stated in my talk history about "ignorance", I shall "ignore" your blissfully ignorant first question. You're asking me if the article should be here? Understand that this particular entry under matter has been blank for a long time. Answer that for yourself. But please pay attention to the listings I've made for every Trek series, except TAS. – Ensignsisko 03:09, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

Even leaving aside the numerous spelling errors, approximately one half of the sentences in this article are fragments. Again, Ensignsisko, we ask, "Do you understand the rules of English grammar, especially as regards sentence structure?" Have you taken High School English? --TimPendragon 05:18, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

Since Ensignsisko has decided to "ignore" the question, I'll assume this is his Bizarro way of asking for deletion. Next time, don't ignore my question. -- Captain MKB 14:40, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

Notes for articleEdit

When this article is started, we should be careful to describe dark matter in the correct point-of-view. For example, dark matter is not theoretical in the Star Trek universe. -- Captain MKB 17:00, 17 January 2009 (UTC)
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