I'm no "die hard" Star Trek fan by any means, I just watch it now and then. Since I'm in Kuwait and movies are free to rent I got this set called the Borg Collective. It's all episodes of Enterprise, TNG, and Voyager that deal with the Borg (admittedly my favorite adversaries). The very first episode is an Enterprise one in which the Borg are discovered for the first time. Just like the Transformers movie, freezing them seems to keep them inactive. Once the Borg are on board the Enterprise and thawed out they come back to life and infect the ship's doctor. So here's my questions: 1. This show is supposed to be the prequel to TNG and Voyager. Yet when TNG encounters the Borg for the first time they know nothing about them. Wouldn't some record of them been made by then? 2. If freezing makes them inactive why not freeze them? 3. In Enterprise the infected doctor subjects himself to some sort of radiation to kill the nano-infection and it works. Wouldn't you think several centuries into the future this could be discovered? I know it's trivial to let small stuff like this bother me about a show I don't frequently watch but it's stuck in my head all day and I was hoping someone who's more knowledgable could provide some answers.