The phrase “resistance is futile” became prevalent in popular culture from its use in the television show Star Trek: The Next Generation. The Borg uttered the phrase in several Star Trek episodes and the film Star Trek: First Contact (which used the phrase as the tagline for the 1996 film).
They need to assimilate that tech in order to achieve perfection. Up to that point they have no way to know that there is no amazing space drive and the ship was flung around the galaxy by a god named Q. So they send in a cube to assimilate the Earth and the Federation. They assimilate Picard and learn the truth.
In this two part episode, the Enterprise must battle the Borg who are intent on conquering Earth, with a captured and assimilated Captain Picard as their emissary. The Best of Both Worlds (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
|“The Best of Both Worlds”|
|Production code||174 & 175|
|Original air date||June 18, 1990 September 24, 1990|
It probably hurts when the components first erupt through the skin. But once the nanoprobes populate enough and are able to block pain receptors and nerves, the pain subsides.
In this sense, no the Borg were not destroyed at the end of Voyager. The main difference here is that the Borg Queen (in final episode of Voyager) was destroyed at the Borg Unicomplex (with the entire Unicomplex as well)
At the end of the episode when he formally accepts the position from Picard you can tell that Sisko forgives Picard .
There, what was to be Starfleet’s last line of defense turned into a massacre — 39 starships destroyed by one Borg cube. The crew of the Enterprise-D eventually managed to sever Locutus from the Borg Collective, save Picard , and ultimately defeat the Borg.
|Species :||Species 125|
|Death:||2063 (Alpha-1) 2377 (Alpha-2) 2382 (Alpha-3)|
Borg is a collective proper noun for a fictional alien race that appears as recurring antagonists in various incarnations of the Star Trek franchise.
And of course, Wesley is the son of Beverly Crusher , who has always been a romantic interest of Picard’s . Also, Picard served with Wesley’s father Jack Crusher until his death on the USS Stargazer, which was under the command of Jean Luc- Picard , and this tragedy is something that weighed heavily on Picard .
Star Trek Hints Q Will Return In Picard Series After several references to the Q Continuum, Star Trek: Lower Decks brought back the fan-favorite character Q , played by John de Lancie, for a humorous cameo appearance — that hints the character could appear in Star Trek: Picard .
By the time of the series finale, “Endgame”, The Doctor had managed to remove the implant, allowing Seven to pursue a relationship with Chakotay . The alternative future seen at the start of the episode showed that Seven and Chakotay were eventually married , but she died while Voyager was still travelling home.
What’s more the Q are among the few species that don’t even seem to fear the Borg ! The Borg do not act like they have any awareness of the Q . The Borg know that even if they injected a Q it would do nothing so they just watch and stay out of the Q’s way.
The Borg are evil , not because of whatever transcendent connectivity or endless bliss they might experience, but because they are proactively and deliberately assimilating people into their collective against those people’s will. Every sentient being has the right to choose, but the Borg do not respect that.
because the consciousness might on some level experience it as endless torture in an inescapable prison. The Borg have advanced weapons built into them, so they can keep up with phasers and still be scary zombies. They have a hive mind, so they coordinate better than low-tech zombie hoards.