"It was Klingons that could cloak their starship in the Star Trek series," claims forum user 'trekie', kicking off the argument.
After a brief description of Star Trek history, 'Eric' asks: "Is this even relevant? To a true Trekkie, yes." 'Tom' only adds fuel to the fire with his outburst: "Trekkies!! Hahaha."
Thankfully, it seems that a good majority of our readers know that Trek-lore agrees with our story.
A quick scan of the official Star Trek website backs up the fact that the cloaking device was a Romulan invention.
"Technology of Romulan origin, first described in 2266, that can generate an energy screen to render a target object, usually a spacecraft, relatively invisible to sensors," the site states.
The site goes on to describe a Klingon cloaking device as: "Similar to the Romulan cloaking device, the Klingons received this technology from the Romulans circa 2268, when the two civilizations shared a political alliance."
Sources close to science-fiction publishers Titan Magazines also revealed to vnunet.com that the Klingons only have a cloaking device in the third Star Trek movie because the villains were originally scripted as Romulans.
It was left to vnunet.com reader 'James' to take a different tack and wonder whether anyone had any photos of an invisibility cloak at work.
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