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Default What was the concept behind T5

The title of the thread says it all. I kind of understand MT and the Rebellion, that is to say I understand the concept of shaking up the OTU Traveller-verse and updating the rules. I'm a little unclear on the concepts behind TNE and T4, but figure it was an attempt to update the scope of danger, and I understand GURPS Traveller theory wise to maintain an uninterrupted Imperium and Travellerverse.

But I'm having a hard time wrapping my brain around T5. Can someone enlighten?
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