- Gene Roddenberry himself is said to have rejected the idea of religion lasting into Humanity's future. Ronald D. Moore commented regarding the fate of specific religions in Trek history: "Gene felt very strongly that all of our contemporary Earth religions would be gone by the 23rd century, and while few of us around here actually share that opinion, we feel that we should leave this part of the Trek universe alone ... It was a core tenet of Gene's Trek."
- Brannon Braga said that "In Gene Roddenberry’s imagining of the future [...] religion is completely gone. Not a single human being on Earth believes in any of the nonsense that has plagued our civilization for thousands of years. This was an important part of Roddenberry’s mythology. He, himself, was a secular humanist and made it well-known to writers of Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation that religion and superstition and mystical thinking were not to be part of his universe. On Roddenberry’s future Earth, everyone is an atheist. And that world is the better for it."
A boarder is a person who lives in a space provided for them in the home of another. For example, "the Romulan boarder" could refer to a Romulan who lives in the extra room over your garage.
If you wanted to refer to the edge of Romulan territory, you probably meant to say "the Romulan border".
Soverign is not a word. You were probably trying to type sovereign, which generally refers to a supreme leader, or a person, place or thing (like a government) which has autonomy in making decisions.
Rouge is a reddish color. This word is often used as a noun to describe the makeup that women wear on their cheeks. If you use this word here, you might have been trying to type rogue, which refers to an unconstrained quality, like a person who chooses not to follow common conventions of thought or a stellar body that does not orbit another.
Kahn is a Trill symbiont's name, and also the name of a brand of meat products sold on Earth. If you were trying to refer to Khan Noonien Singh, try spelling it the right way.
A nice thing you say to someone. A crew compliment would be something like "Gosh, you have a nice crew". A crew complement would be a specification of how many crew, like a ship with a crew complement of 430, for example.
There, they're, theirEdit
- is a locational/existential description. -- "There is a door.", "It is over there."
- is a plural possessive descriptor -- "Our dog fought with their dog.", "Their ship was off course."
- is a contraction of the short sentence "They are." -- "They're on the roof", "They're in big trouble."
Try very hard to improve your skills and you might spell "galactic" correctly, as "galatic" is not a word.