When we initially met Lieutenant Paul Stamets (Anthony Rapp) in scene 3 of Star Trek: Discovery, it was simple not to like him. Revelation’s inhabitant astromycologist and Chief Engineer was a self-important and peevish scholarly who over and again butted heads with Captain Gabriel Lorca (Jason Isaacs) and Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green). Stamets was resolute in his quest for his main goal – opening the way to the USS Discovery having the capacity to momentarily travel by means of the Mycelial spore organize – and not Lorca’s central goal, which is to win the war against the Klingons. Only three scenes later, Stamets is for all intents and purposes another man. Suspiciously so. Is this a similar Paul Stamets or has he been supplanted with a copy from the Mirror Universe?
In scene 5 “Pick Your Pain”, Stamets led genetic counseling investigates himself. He infused himself with the DNA of the Tardigrade which could speak with the Mycelial spores. In that capacity, Stamets could replace the Tardigrade and speak with the spores himself, enabling him to fill in as guide for the spore relocation drive. Instead of execute him, or do unsalvageable harm to his mind – Stamets’ accomplice Dr. Hugh Culber (Wilson Crews) looked at Stamets and discovered him deliver shape – Stamets appeared to have his mind extended by contact with the Mycelial arrange, which he kept on doing. Stamets has additionally apparently experienced an identity change; he’s presently laid back, energetic, and significantly more… fun. He even energetically drops a F-bomb or two.