History Headscratchers / StarTrekInsurrection

30th Jun '16 1:00:07 AM Luppercus
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*** The effect may have something to do with re-generation, having Georgi's eyes re-generated from whatever original problem cause his blindness is possible, but boldness is not cause by that, there are many causes but I'm pretty sure none of them get cure by re-generating organs or tissue. Also IIRC the effect not only make you younger, also healthier and, again, boldness is not a health issue.

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*** The effect may have something to do with re-generation, having Georgi's Geordi's eyes re-generated from whatever original problem cause his blindness is possible, but boldness is not cause by that, there are many causes but I'm pretty sure none of them get cure by re-generating organs or tissue. Also IIRC the effect not only make you younger, also healthier and, again, boldness is not a health issue.
30th Jun '16 12:59:33 AM Luppercus
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***The effect may have something to do with re-generation, having Georgi's eyes re-generated from whatever original problem cause his blindness is possible, but boldness is not cause by that, there are many causes but I'm pretty sure none of them get cure by re-generating organs or tissue. Also IIRC the effect not only make you younger, also healthier and, again, boldness is not a health issue.
30th Jun '16 12:51:00 AM Luppercus
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*** Even more, the Founders may fear that some of the subject species see the increased life-span tempting and want to rebel, JemHadar live like nine years IIRC.

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*** Even more, the Founders may fear that some of the subject species see the increased life-span tempting and want to rebel, JemHadar Jem Hadar live like nine years IIRC.
30th Jun '16 12:50:33 AM Luppercus
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***Even more, the Founders may fear that some of the subject species see the increased life-span tempting and want to rebel, JemHadar live like nine years IIRC.
7th Jan '16 5:14:08 AM Durison
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**** That could actually work. The Ba'ku say that they came from a planet that was destroying itself in a war. The Son'a rebellion would have been a sobering reminder of their species' violent history.
23rd Dec '15 8:46:43 AM Durison
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** Also, the film may have been attempting to imply that the So'na needed Federation resources to complete the project. After all, the collector ship seemed like some pretty specialized tech.
20th Nov '15 6:50:51 AM Durison
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** To put it as simply as possible the Ba'ku are SpaceAmish.
4th Nov '15 8:14:13 PM immortalfrieza
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** Unless I'm misremembering, the planet was inside Federation space while the Son'a were Dominion allies at the time. If the Son'a had tried, then they would have been repelled by a Federation task force before they got there or after getting there but before they could build the collector and make off with the particles. To achieve their goal they had to take the diplomatic route and butter the Federation up with promises of the benniftits of an alliance.

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** Unless I'm misremembering, the planet was inside Federation space while the Son'a were Dominion allies at the time. If the Son'a had tried, then they would have been repelled by a Federation task force before they got there or after getting there but before they could build the collector and make off with the particles. To achieve their goal they had to take the diplomatic route and butter the Federation up with promises of the benniftits benefits of an alliance.alliance.
** Ru'afo simply wanted to get vengence upon the Ba'ku, that's all there was to it. First he went with the "relocate them all without them noticing" plan because it would be deliciously ironic, the Ba'ku suddenly finding out within a decade that their magical radiation no longer works and they proceed to slowly languish away just like the Son'a did without any means to get themselves off the planet because they rejected technology, all the while the Son'a laugh themselves sick enjoying the benefits of eternal youth once again AND being technologically advanced race at the same time, and when that fails simply launching the Injector and killing them all. This is all under the assumption that Ru'afo's claim that the Injector actually WORKED to get those particles is true and wasn't just a load of B.S. the Son'a said to the Federation in order to use their doomsday weapon to kill off the Ba'ku and prevent the Federation from ever getting their hands on the particles ever as a last laugh to their enemies. Ultimately everything the Son'a that don't go against Ru'afo do throughout the movie is about getting this revenge.
15th Jul '15 3:22:12 PM LordofUzkulak
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* Why did the Son'a want to relocate the Ba'ku anyway? It was clear That Ru'afo HATED them and the rest of the Son'a were probably doing this out of spite as well, so why didn't they just steal the rings and let them all die? It would've eliminated any need for a Federation alliance and Ru'afo would've had his revenge.

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* Why did the Son'a want to relocate the Ba'ku anyway? It was clear That Ru'afo HATED them and the rest of the Son'a were probably doing this out of spite as well, so why didn't they just steal the rings and let them all die? It would've eliminated any need for a Federation alliance and Ru'afo would've had his revenge.revenge.
**Unless I'm misremembering, the planet was inside Federation space while the Son'a were Dominion allies at the time. If the Son'a had tried, then they would have been repelled by a Federation task force before they got there or after getting there but before they could build the collector and make off with the particles. To achieve their goal they had to take the diplomatic route and butter the Federation up with promises of the benniftits of an alliance.
15th Jul '15 2:32:33 PM heretoeditisall
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** They tried and failed, and given he just exposed the fact that they were being spied on, it's the least they can do. They're luddites, not jerks.

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** They tried and failed, and given he just exposed the fact that they were being spied on, it's the least they can do. They're luddites, not jerks.jerks.
* Why did the Son'a want to relocate the Ba'ku anyway? It was clear That Ru'afo HATED them and the rest of the Son'a were probably doing this out of spite as well, so why didn't they just steal the rings and let them all die? It would've eliminated any need for a Federation alliance and Ru'afo would've had his revenge.
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