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Picard successfully defended the human race against Q - John deLancieCaptain Janeway looks on as Q and the female Q mate - Kate Mulgrue - John deLancie - Susie PlaksonQ; The Q are extra-dimensional entities with unlimited powers. On the Richter scale of cultural development, they rank as the highest known level of evolutionary development. A Q can assume any shape, any phenomena, and even manipulate the space/time continuum itself if he so desired. It is speculated that they can harness immense amounts of energy and manipulate them through thought alone. The Q originally existed in an extra-dimensional universe, known as the Q Continuum, but can switch between dimensions at will. Though a Q can live for eternity, he can also choose to end his existence by changing into a mortal form and taking his life. The Q are as close to immortality as anyone has seen.

Society
The Q don't have any form of hierarchal government so far as the Federation know, but they do have a system that imposes order and disciplines troublesome members by punishment. Every Q is called just that, "Q", but one entity in particular has made it a point to amuse himself with the Federation. This particular Q comes to mind most often. The Q don't intentionally inflict harm on other life, though they may interfere and become a major distraction. Their eternal lifespan probably is what instilled the Q with a quirky sense of humor and an unshakable sense of superiority. TNG "Encounter at Farpoint" 1-1

Qomar; A delta quadrant species interested only in science and mathematics to the exclusion of the arts. They are fascinated when they hear the holographic doctor singing opera. He sings to huge audiences on the planet till they create a holographic singer. That is when the doctor realized that they are interested only in the mathematics of music. VOY “Virtuoso” 6-133