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  Temporal Cold War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Temporal Cold War is a fictional conflict waged throughout history, notably during the 22nd century AD in the Star Trek universe.
The Temporal Cold War came to a decisive end in 1944 New York City when Captain Jonathan Archer, Silik (the leader of the Suliban Cabal), and the crew of the Enterprise destroyed a "temporal conduit" that Vosk and his radical faction were attempting to use.
With fanbase rejection of the Temporal Cold War arc, it became apparent to Manny Coto that it had to conclude at the beginning of the fourth season.
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 Temporal Cold War: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/t/te/temporal_cold_war.htm   (2334 words)

  
 Temporal Cold War - Memory Alpha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Temporal Cold War is an ongoing conflict being fought between several time-travelling factions in different periods, each trying to manipulate history for its own benefit, in violation of the Temporal Accords.
In March 2153 the Suliban benefactor informed Captain Archer of yet another faction in the Temporal Cold War, explaining that this one had informed the Xindi that humanity would destroy their homeworld in the 26th century, leading to the Xindi attack on Earth.
One particularly dangerous faction in the Temporal Cold War was the Na'kuhl, led by Vosk.
www.memory-alpha.org /en/index.php/Temporal_Cold_War   (1667 words)

  
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That's the quandary in "Cold Front," which establishes what may be a major story arcs on this series -- that of the "Temporal Cold War," first hinted at in the pilot.
"Cold Front" brings little in terms of useful logic to the table, but that might be the point; Captain Archer is thrown for about as much of a loop as we in the audience are.
The Temporal Cold War, according to Daniels, is the struggle involving those possessing time-travel technology -- between those who maintain the idea that interfering with the past cannot be permitted, and those who would change history to benefit themselves.
www.jammersreviews.com /plaintext/ent-t1/coldfront.txt   (1344 words)

  
 Daniels (Star Trek) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Exactly how Daniels survived being vaporized in Cold Front is never explained, but in the first season finale, Shockwave, Daniels transports Archer to an altered version of the 31st Century in which the United Federation of Planets had ceased to existed.
After warning Archer that the Temporal Cold War had exploded into a full-fledged conflict, Daniels apparently died, but with the collapse of the Temporal Cold War, Daniels reappeared and returned Archer to his original timeline.
At this point, Archer told Daniels in no uncertain terms he never wanted to see him again; the relative unpopularity of the Temporal Cold War storyline, as well as the cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise seems to eliminate the possibility of Daniels returning again to "Star Trek" continuity.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Crewman_Daniels   (684 words)

  
 Enterprise - Chronology
Captain Archer discovers evidence of a temporal cold war fought by unknown adversaries and using the Suliban Cabal as soldiers in the current era.
A temporal cold war is fought on many fronts throughout time.
The enforcers of the Temporal Accords send Daniels to 2151, undercover aboard Enterprise, to apprehend Silik and identify his commander and their purpose.
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 Daniels (Crewman) - Memory Alpha
Crewman Daniels was the alias of an agent in the Temporal Cold War claiming to be from the 31st century repeatedly encountered by the NX-01 Enterprise in the early 2150s.
When the Na'kuhl temporal faction defeated Daniels' faction when the Temporal Cold War escalated, Daniels barely managed to escape to 1944, where he brought Archer (fortunately pulling him off the superweapon just before it exploded) and Enterprise.
The turbulence in the timestream caused by all the temporal incursions ravaged Daniels body, and he died in Enterprise's sickbay, though he was able to give Archer enough information to destroy the Na'kuhl temporal conduit, thereby stopping them from ever invading the 31st century, and thus undoing his death.
www.memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Daniels_(Crewman)   (750 words)

  
 Military Heritage in the Cold War
Finally, a brief narrative history of the mission of DoD during the Cold War and a chronology of Cold War events aim to place the cultural resources from the Cold War (whose identification and potential methods of treatment are the primary subjects of this Report) within the broad historical context.
The Cold War Task Area, in keeping with the contemporary, broad approach to preservation, does not recommend that all resources from the recent past be restored and saved in pristine condition.
The Cold War Task Area maintains that it is inappropriate and unnecessary for all Cold War cultural resources - the military hardware or other property developed or constructed during the period - to be evaluated according to the requirements for National Register eligibility.
www.usmlm.org /home/coldwar/coldwar.html   (17999 words)

  
 Lowerdecks.com - Enterprise Encyclopedia - S
Afterwards, they are ordered to head back to Earth, but intervention from the future by Daniels helps to show the Enterprise that they weren't responsible, but that the Suliban were as a part of their temporal cold war.
Because he failed in his mission to throw the Klingon Empire into civil war, his enhanced vision was ordered to be taken away by the mysterious figure from the future.
The Suliban were given a broad range of enhancements such as subcutaneous pigment sacs and biomimetic garments to camouflage, extra bronchial lobes and altered alveoli clusters for abilities to breathe better in different environments, compound retinas to see many things out of normal Suliban eyesight, and the ability to measure trust by close proximity.
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 Scifispace.com's Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Horror Forums -> The Temporal Cold War
We know now that the Xindi have been getting their marching orders from the Trans-demensional aliens, who want humans destroyed because they will be the driving force behind the formation of the Federation, and the Federation will bring an end to the Trans-demensional aliens' attempt to take over our dimension.
The temporal cold war seems to be being fought between the Federation, and the Future Guy.
The temporal cold war is being frought in 31 century, but the war against TDA is being frought in 25 century, remeber, Danial brought Archer to Enterprise-J, 400 years, which place this around 2554.
www.scifispace.com /members/forums/index.php?showtopic=1714   (660 words)

  
 Monkee reviews 'Cold Front'
century, and Enterprise, are fronts in a temporal cold war.
We could assume that Crewman Daniels was working to protect history and uphold future temporal accords, but the truth is that we have no way of knowing for sure.
He really could have been just another faction in the cold war – we don't know what his agenda – or Silik's, for that matter – really was.
members.tripod.com /~jetcmonkee/cold_front.htm   (1327 words)

  
 Placing a Scrolled Element Within a Table
This is one of the issues with the temporal cold war in general.
This is not the evolutionary weapon such as the Klingons introduced to the Apella and the villagers in the TOS episode "A Private Little War".
The episode did end the temporal cold war, although it left a number of questions.
www.xmission.com /~tjmadden/reviews_fourth.htm   (1707 words)

  
 Temporal Cold War - TrekCore.com BBS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
My favorite TCW story is deffinately "Shockwave, Parts I and II." I also liked how they tied the Xindi/Expanse saga into the TCW through the Sphere Builders.
I also liked that it was kind of linked to the temporal agent stuff in Voyager (at least in theory).
I did enjoy the TCW episodes and thought it was a good idea but perhaps it could have been handled better.
theomegasector.com /index.php?showtopic=1478   (695 words)

  
 Focus On: Enterprise Season 3 - Temporal Cold War - FilmFocus.Co.UK<
Ten episodes later, in Cold Front, a representative of one of the factions fighting the mysterious 28th century boss of the Suliban, is revealed to have been placed aboard Enterprise to prevent it being destroyed by the dastardly agents from the future.
In killing Vosk and his faction Archer ends the war, restoring the timelines and seemingly putting an end to the time meddlers from the future, whoever they may have been.
While it meanders at times, and suffers from a confusing resolution, the Temporal Cold War is a brave and enjoyably audacious piece of Trek storytelling that adds an air of mystery and danger to Enterprise and sets it apart from it's fellow Trek stablemates.
www.filmfocus.co.uk /focuson.asp?FocusID=7   (923 words)

  
 Star Trek Timeline - Far Future
The vessel is powered by a temporal drive, a prize of great value to the pre-time travel civilizations of the 22nd century Alpha Quadrant.
In 2252, an electronic beacon from the ship is reconstructed and activated by Trip Tucker, and time travelers from the 31st century are presumably able to retrieve the vessel, the beacon, and the body of the pilot from the 22nd century.
As a result of the two interventions by a Temporal Cold War factions on Earth (one in 1916, and one by Vosk and his forces in the mid 1940's) the entire history of Earth and the Federation are changed, and the future Earth of Daniels ceases to exist.
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 Enterprise Episode Guide - Cold Front
The strange circumstances of Enterprise's first mission revisited the crew as the "Temporal Cold War" came aboard the starship.
Daniels told Archer that the 22nd century was a front in the so-called Temporal Cold War, and backed up his claim by showing him a "temporal observatory" he kept in his quarters.
He further revealed that Silik, the Suliban soldier Archer fought during his first mission, was aboard Enterprise disguised as one of the pilgrims, and he was the one who stopped the cascade.
www.belgarath.net /v5/entepg/ent011.asp   (480 words)

  
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We hint that they might be involved somehow as another faction in the Temporal Cold War.
As he investigates the mystery, Enterprise is attacked by the Suliban and a strange new race of hostile aliens both intent on seizing the enigmatic vessel.
Ultimately, Archer learns the vessel is a "spy plane" from the distant future that crash-landed in our century...and he finds himself in the middle of a heated battle in the Temporal Cold War.
www.parrswood.manchester.sch.uk /~mjc-1998/page13.html   (172 words)

  
 Enterprise Season 4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Archer and the NX-01 find themselves in 1944 and discover the outcome of World War II was altered by the Temporal Cold War.
With both the Xindi and the Temporal Cold War behind them, the crew of Enterprise finally return to Earth.
Soong heads back to the medical facility where he once worked (the titular Cold Station 12), where hundreds more genetically engineered human embryos are still secretly stored.
www.krillmeed.com /ENTS4.html   (483 words)

  
 STAR TREK BBS - The 602 Club - If the Temporal Cold War ends   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The very Definiton of a COLD WAR is one of move and counter-move against opposing sides with all out conflict never taking place.
If this is to be the same with the TCW then, other than a peacable resolve, it could drag on forever, if such a concept can exist when dealing with Temporal Mechanics.
As I've mentioned in past Romulan War posts, I believe that the war will be a TCW "hot war" just like Korea and Vietnam were "Hot wars" to the Cold War.
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 "Cold Front" (Star Trek: Enterprise #11)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Archer discusses Daniel's proposal with a stunned Trip and the ever-skeptical T'Pol, ultimately deciding that in case a "Temporal Cold War" actually does exist, it would be best to give Daniels the aid he needs.
Silik is detected by Ensign Hoshi Sato as he attempts to bypass the lockout codes for Launch Bay One, while Trip helps Archer by giving him the phasing device he witnessed Daniels use earlier.
Time travel rarely makes any logical sense, and it doesn't make much sense in "Cold Front," where characters from the future explain to characters in the past that they're trying to keep other characters from the future from altering history from the way it "should" play out.
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 3-15: "Harbinger" 2004.02.11 - TWoP Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Also, the return of the Temporal Cold War (or, hints to it, at least) definetly added to the impact of the Xindi Arc.
The Suliban-esque alien is pretty obviously part of the Xindi's "Future Guy" group, and this also seems to hint that the Temporal Cold War is one of the reasons that The Expanse exists in the first place.
I forsee the whole Temporal Cold War plot becoming horridly complicated, to the point where only expierenced fans of shows such as B5 will be able to sort the dark from the shadows.
forums.televisionwithoutpity.com /index.php?showtopic=3114966   (1506 words)

  
 Cold Front. Star Trek Enterprise.
Timothy W. Lynch kicks back with Star Trek Enterprise, and discovers that the Temporal Cold War is heating up when Suliban agent Silik arrives on the Enterprise...
The Temporal Cold War is heating up when Suliban agent Silik arrives on the Enterprise
In this episode of Star Trek Enterprise, Archer and T'Pol are caught up in a civil war, the action becomes a continuity-fest - just padded enough to disappoint those with high expectations.
www.computercrowsnest.com /sfnews2/02_march/news0302_2.shtml   (2009 words)

  
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I don't know about you, but my patience with some of this temporal nonsense is wearing thin.
I'd like at least an inkling of (1) where the Xindi are getting their information about humanity's supposed future attack upon them, (2) why they believe it, (3) how the Xindi have access to time travel, and (4) why they are dead-set on destroying all of us.
Maybe it was picked for them by the Timeline Gods who obviously are in charge of this whole Temporal Cold War thing.
www.jammersreviews.com /plaintext/ent-t3/carpenter.txt   (1289 words)

  
 EN World - Morrus' D&D / d20 News & Reviews Site - Star Trek XI: Romulan Wars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
I think the Eugenics Wars would be better for a film, perhaps post Enterprise and something for this group of character to become involved, five or six years from now after the series has concluded.
The Eugenics war was supposed to be in the 1990s according to the Trek made by Roddenberry.
The Romulan War was fought a while before Kirk and TOS; the significance of "first meetings" with the Romulans in TOS is that it is then that we first see their faces.
www.enworld.org /showthread.php?t=93960   (2705 words)

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