24 replies on “Weekly Wisdom 17 March

  1. “In the 2250s, James T. Kirk became the first (and only known) cadet to ever beat the no-win scenario. After taking the test and failing twice, Kirk took the test a third time after surreptitiously reprogramming the computer to make it possible to win the scenario.

    Kirk was subsequently awarded a commendation for “original thinking” and later commented, wistfully, that his stunt “had the virtue of never having been tried.” Although Kirk understood that the purpose of the scenario was to confront cadets with a type of situation that they might encounter on duty, he defended his “cheating” by maintaining that he did not believe in no-win scenarios. ”

    You’re in good company, Kally!

    https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Kobayashi_Maru_scenario

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