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 Prime Directive - Memory Alpha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Directive states that members of the Federation (including Starfleet) must not interfere in the internal affairs of another species, or the natural development of pre-warp civilizations, either by direct intervention, or the revelation of technology (including the means to create such technology) to the inhabitants.
Though the Ba'ku were initially treated as "protected" by the Prime Directive (Admiral Dougherty's and the Son'a's machinations aside) due to the appearance that they were a pre-warp culture, it later became known that they in fact were not.
While the Prime Directive was not officially formulated until after the 2160s, the fundamental principles were an important part of Earth Starfleet procedures as early as 2152.
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Prime_Directive   (2451 words)

 Prime Directive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Prime Directive is never stated within the show, this is to allow writers a greater freedom in defining it and using it.
The Prime Directive may have many other tenets aside from interfering in the destiny of other worlds, it actually applies to ALL civilizations and life forms as Picard discusses the viral destruction of the Borg in "I, Borg" as possibly violating the Prime Directive.
The Prime Directive closely mirrors the zoo hypothesis explanation for the Fermi paradox.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Prime_Directive   (2776 words)

 Prime Directive - Non-canon Star Trek Wiki
The Prime Directive (also known as the Prime Directive of Non-Interference or Non-Interference Directive]] is the colloquial term for the Federation Starfleet's General Order One.
Although, the Vulcans had developed their own non-interference directives in the 1870s, humans were not bound be these restrictions.
The Prime Directive is a Starfleet regulation, however, and not a civil law.
startrek.wikia.com /wiki/Prime_Directive   (511 words)

 CD Baby: REBECCA L. BOLAM: Prime Directive
Prime Directive is Adult Alternative Artist, Rebecca L. Bolam's compelling and inventive debut with eclectic musical stylings to encourage you, your friends, relatives, and your dog to dance, cry, and sing along.
I took delivery of her album Prime Directive, which is her first independent release on the nattily-titled Supreme Overlord Music imprint, expecting to hear something bland and pretty middle-of-the-road; you know, the sort of stuff that's churned out ad nauseum and then speedily consigned to the trash bin.
And the biggest shock was that Prime Directive is the sort of album Madonna would have made if she had started out as a singer and then became a dancer and not the other way round.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/bolam   (1060 words)

 Star Trek Nexus : ultimate guide to all things Star Trek on the Net : Top Ten Things to Improve Your Star Trek Page
Prime Directive, which is also known as Starfleet General Order One, is one of the founding principles of the Federation.
Starfleet personnel may not violate this Prime Directive, even to save their lives and/or their ship, unless they are acting to right an earlier violation or an accidental contamination of said culture.
Prime Directive is supposed to cause major dilemmas, esp. if Starfleet personnel is captured and forced to participate on one side or the other.
members.aol.com /trekannex/treka02a.htm   (483 words)

 "Butterfly Prime Directive" copyright © 2006, Reginald Brooks. All rights reserved.
A new Prime Number Theorem was offered: "A prime number is any natural whole number, greater than one, which is reducible only by itself and one, and, is always separated from the squares of all other primes (except P2,3,5) by multiples of 24.
That the basis, the directive, of the underlying prime number and "Butterfly Primes" issues forth in such a metered, rhythmic pattern is most gratifying and fully substantiating the original work.
The prime numbers are prime...meandering, mysterious and marvelous...because they are the numbers left over when all the regularity of numbers is taken out and sorted into separate non-prime groups.
www.brooksdesign-cg.com /Code/Html/bfpd2.htm   (2416 words)

 Prime Directive inc   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Prime Directive Inc. is a creative marketing firm providing graphic design and advertising expertise to a wide variety of clients in the GTA since 1988.
Prime Directive Inc. creates effective marketing materials in print or on the Internet to enable our clients to reach or exceed their goals.
Prime Directive was proud to be named “Small Business of the Year” 2004-2005 by the Mississauga Board of Trade.
www.primedirectiveinc.com   (149 words)

 Living Foods USA - PrimeDirective
Prime Directive, through the Flora Ferm™ process, has fermented a variety of 22 Certified Organic Wholefoods.
The whole foods in Prime Directive contain 20 amino acids in their natural form, no synthetic amino acids are added to Prime Directive.
Prime Directive is a food, it is marketed as a food, it is sold as a food and should be used as a food.
www.livingfoodsusa.com /primedirective.html   (402 words)

 STARTREK.COM : Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
It can be argued that her decision goes against the grain of the Prime Directive — after all, Janeway firmly takes a stance in a conflict between two species, taking action that alters what otherwise would have been an inevitable outcome.
Though Janeway initially warns Paris against violating the Prime Directive by revealing what they know, she changes her mind when she discovers that the explosion was actually caused by Voyager, and seeks to undo the damage.
While the Borg are obviously more advanced than many of the civilizations the Prime Directive often applies to, there's no denying that Janeway's interference here — and the knowledge she supplies the Borg with — decisively alters the outcome of a major conflict.
www.startrek.com /startrek/view/features/specials/article/1487.html   (1752 words)

 The Prime Directive v Charter Guarantees
The Prime Directive would seem to say that if a local government is violating the rights of individuals, the Federation is forbidden from interfering.
If Starfleet is bound by the Prime Directive not to intervene in local affairs, the Federation's response must take the form of police action or financial penalties, rather than military force.
However, while the Prime Directive is not and can not be a Guarantee, it is very very important to the Federation as well.
polyticks.com /home/Joy/Notes/PrimeCharter.htm   (1155 words)

 OgreCave.com - Reviews - GURPS Prime Directive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The setting for Prime Directive is sourced from the original sixties Star Trek series, with additional elements from the seventies cartoon, before going its very independent way, by increasing the involvement of the Gorn and the Tholians, as well as adding a slew of their own new species.
That said, neither the original Prime Directive game nor this version can be said to be specifically aimed at Star Trek fans in general, but are instead targeting devotees of the Star Fleet Battles game who wish to add a roleplaying element to their campaigns.
At first glance, GURPS Prime Directive looks like a standard GURPS sourcebook, but turn over to the back cover and flip through the pages and it is clear that it is anything but.
www.ogrecave.com /reviews/gurps_prime.shtml   (1762 words)

 Prime Directive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Since all members of a group are expected to follow the direction set by the lead bike, UNLESS IT IS INTO DANGER, all other bikes in the group (other than the drag bike) should have attempted to avoid bike two and continue behind the leader.
However, the fact that the third rider ran into the second rider suggests that she was either riding too close to the second rider, or was inattentive, or was so confused by the unorthodox behavior of bike two that she could not react fast enough to prevent the accident.
That said, if you accept the prime directive and assume that all the other riders have done the same, then you are also tacitly acknowledging that you trust the rider behind you.
www.msgroup.org /TIP078.html   (1046 words)

 Barbara Berry-Bailey - The Prime Directive
But as a Trekker and a pastor, I decided that I would unpack the requirements of the Federation’s prime directive and it drove me directly to the Scriptures to explore the first prime directive—the one given to Moses on Mount Sinai; the one later interpreted by Jesus.
According to John, in chapter 15, verse 12 and also in chapter 15, verse 34, the prime directive for us as people of God is simply this: to love one another—to love one another as Jesus loved us.
But in terms of me looking at it as being the prime directive, the needle that guides us, I should say that my son and I came to the conclusion that this was the prime directive not too long ago.
www.30goodminutes.org /csec/sermon/berry-bailey_4124.htm   (2560 words)

 Temporal Prime Directive - Memory Alpha
The Temporal Prime Directive is a fundamental Starfleet principle.
The first mention of a TPD was by Captain Jean-Luc Picard in 2368.(TNG:"A Matter of Time") Picard postulated that the existence of such a directive might be what was preventing a traveler from the future from aiding him avert the destruction of Penthara IV.
In VOY:"Shattered", Janeway seemed to be aware of the directive's existence in 2371, long before "Future's End, Part I", which seemed to imply that the TPD was not only a 29th century regulation.
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Temporal_Prime_Directive   (352 words)

 Hero Prime Directive - HERO GAMES Discussion Boards
Prime Directive is an alternate version of the Star Trek universe, starting from the time of the original series but diverging from the official timeline of the TV series and films.
Last I heard, the Prime Directive folks were planning on publishing in as many systems as possible.
Prime Directive did not have Phasers that were that deadly, so I did not include them.
www.herogames.com /forums/showthread.php?t=39838   (2123 words)

 God's Prime Directive
Star Fleet personnel may not violate this Prime Directive, even to save their lives and/or their ship unless they are acting to right an earlier violation or an accidental contamination of said culture.
The Prime Directive above (hereafter PD) was an instruction to all exploring Earth ships to not interfere with or contact other planets that had not yet achieved a certain specific level of technology.
Jewish personnel may not violate this Prime Directive, even to save their lives and/or their possessions unless they are acting to right an earlier violation or an accidental contamination of said culture.
www.tektonics.org /gk/godprime.html   (2689 words)

 The Star Trek Gallery
Violation of this directive is punished with death.
The prime directive may be compromised during such a mission, if necessary.
The Omega Directive was created to deal with a threat not only to the Federation, but to the entire Alpha Quadrant; and indeed the whole Galaxy.
www.trainerscity.com /startrek/primeen.php3?lang=en   (1732 words)

 Prime Directive Superfood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
All ingredients used in Prime Directive are grown on 'Certified Organic' farms and have been selected because of their nutrient profile and long use in human history.
Prime Directive promotes the healthy environment in the intestinal tract that is at the base of all good health.
Prime Directive is rich in Chlorophyll from some of nature's richest sources.
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 Questioning The Prime Directive :: Astrobiology Magazine ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In Carl Sagan's book, Contact, and the movie it inspired, the signal beacon was the mathematical sequence of prime numbers, those which are divisible only by itself and one.
For while in the past it might have seemed that the only way to generate primes was by using intelligence, we now know that the rather straightforward computations required can actually be carried out by a vast range of different systems--with no apparent need for intelligence.
The more direct the representation, the more easily an ordinary physical process can be expected to generate it, and the less there will be any indication of intelligence--just as, for example, something like a photograph can be produced essentially just by projecting light, while a diagram or painting requires more.
www.astrobio.net /news/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=860&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0   (1981 words)

 Prime Directive (role-playing game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The original Prime Directive game was an in-house design by Mark Costello and Timothy D. Olsen of Task Force Games working in conjunction with the Amarillo Design Bureau.
It has been announced that versions of Prime Directive and related sourcebooks will be released from 2005 on for the D6 roleplaying system in order to further expand the potential user base for the roleplaying aspect of the Star Fleet Universe.
Prime Teams were criticised by some as being essentially a Star Fleet version of the "adventuring party" found in numerous Dungeons and Dragons-style fantasy games.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Prime_Directive_(role-playing_game)   (572 words)

 Dale H. Emery - Conversations with Dale - Congruence and the Prime Directive
The Prime Directive asks us to believe that throughout the project everyone was doing the best they could given the situation at hand.
In that conversation, on the Extreme Programming and Industrial XP mailing lists, several people balked at that belief and raised examples of people acting in their own interests in ways that were detrimental to the project.
I promote congruence and the Prime Directive because my life works better when I attend not only to my own needs, but also to the needs of the people in my life and to the needs of the context around us.
www.dhemery.com /cwd/2003/06/congruence_and_the_prime_directive.html   (698 words)

 Dale H. Emery - Conversations with Dale - The Second Directive
By "safe," I mean that the participants must feel secure within their community — to discuss their work, to admit that there may have been better ways to perform the work, and to learn from the retrospective exercise itself.
Regardless of what we discover, we must understand and truly believe that everyone did the best job he or she could, given what was known at the time, his or her skills and abilities, the resources available, and the situation at hand.
The Prime Directive encourages me to take responsibility for creating an environment in which our actions can be more successful.
www.dhemery.com /cwd/2003/06/the_second_directive.html   (682 words)

 “Prime Directive”Violations
This directive at first glance seems to be a laudable and exemplary concept which denies any natural hubris on mankind’s part that we as humans can know what is best for another world’s culture.
Regardless of the desirability of a Prime Directive, the question still remains as to whether or not the evolution of the human species on the planet Earth has been and continues to be accorded the same courtesy that our fictional descendants have decreed for other worlds.
Any ET equivalent of the Prime Directive seems to have been consistently and extensively violated in Earth’s past, and may be continuing to be violated in the present and immediate future.
www.halexandria.org /dward355.htm   (1138 words)

 Amazon.com: Prime Directive: Music: Dave Holland Quintet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The overall sound on "Prime Directive" is a combination of upbeat energy and Miles Davis style "cool" jazz.
Overall, "Prime Directive" features over 60 minutes of the best jazz I've ever heard in my life, and, needless to say, it hasn't left my CD player since the day I bought it some 4 months ago.
Prime Directive is one of the most creatively beautiful CDs in my collection.
www.amazon.com /Prime-Directive-Dave-Holland-Quintet/dp/B00002DDZL   (1478 words)

 Amazon.com: Prime Directive (Star Trek): Books: Judith Reeves-Stevens,Garfield Reeves-Stevens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In the "Star Trek" universe the Prime Directive is Starfleet's General Order #1, which prohibits interference with the natural development of a primitive society ("primitive" defined as any culture that has not yet developed warp drive).
The Prime Directive was violated (and this time it wasn't even intentional), but the importance of it is underscored, as a direct result of the violation of Starfleet's Prime Directive, their number one rule, their "Holy Grail".
An excellent, gripping tale that details the consequences of the violations of the Prime Directive, and explains the reason why it is in place, in a way that does not over-simplify it.
www.amazon.com /Prime-Directive-Star-Judith-Reeves-Stevens/dp/0671744666   (2087 words)

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