Star Trek: Discovery season 5, scene 5, “Bite the dust Trying” gave Emperor Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh) a nerve racking update on the condition of the Mirror Universe. Georgiou is apparently important for the U.S.S Discovery’s team, which showed up at Federation Headquarters. Be that as it may, they all confronted cross examination by Starfleet faculty who were dubious about their case of being people who jump through time from the 23rd century. Georgiou’s questioning, nonetheless, was one of a kind since it was evidently directed by Section 31 and it was basically about the way that Georgiou is an insidious Terran from the substitute reality.
Notwithstanding, the Section 31 specialist had considerably all the more stunning and disturbing news for Emperor Georgiou: The separation between the Prime and Mirror Universes has been extending for quite a long time, making hybrids inconceivable. The man in glasses asserted that “nobody has traversed in 500 years”, which demonstrates that the last time that happened was during the 2600s.
It’s obscure who the last individuals to bounce from the Prime and Mirror Universes was or in which heading, however from how Georgiou was insulted that she’s currently “alone”, the entryway to the Mirror Universe has all the earmarks of being forever shut in the 32nd century. With time travel restricted and that innovation non-existent in the United Federation of Planets, the alternative of returning so as to then traverse to the Mirror Universe appears to likewise be a non-starter for Emperor Georgiou.
Nor do we realize what has occurred in the Mirror Universe in the a long time since the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine last highlighted the substitute reality. In any case, Emperor Georgiou has more quick worries in Star Trek: Discovery season 3, for example, sorting out what Section 31 did to her that made her freeze in the lobby and gaze vacantly into space.
However, Trekkers likewise keep thinking about whether this implies that the ways to the Mirror Universe are shut for acceptable and Star Trek is bidding farewell to its mainstream substitute reality as a story gadget.