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The '''Ba'ku''' are a bunch of nauseating, self-righteous, technology-hating [http://www.stardestroyer.net/Insurrection/#Reaction Wholesome Small-Town Folksy People] in ''[[Star Trek: Insurrection]]''.  They inhabit a planet of the same name in an area of space known as the [[Briar Patch]], where abundant [[metaphasic radiation]] allows them to live  lives free from the burdens of disease and aging (after reaching adulthood). Yet they apparently didn't feel the need to share their great discovery with the rest of the [[Alpha Quadrant]].
 
The '''Ba'ku''' are a bunch of nauseating, self-righteous, technology-hating [http://www.stardestroyer.net/Insurrection/#Reaction Wholesome Small-Town Folksy People] in ''[[Star Trek: Insurrection]]''.  They inhabit a planet of the same name in an area of space known as the [[Briar Patch]], where abundant [[metaphasic radiation]] allows them to live  lives free from the burdens of disease and aging (after reaching adulthood). Yet they apparently didn't feel the need to share their great discovery with the rest of the [[Alpha Quadrant]].
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Their attitudes are very technophobic which according to Hollywood logic automatically means a perfect idealized lifestyle.  One major thing of note about their villiage is up stream of it is located a massive concrete dam they they supposedly build regardless of how impossible it would be fore a population of less then a few hundred to even start to construct such a massive structure.  The dam also includes machinery for raising and lowering the spillways in direct violation of their own preachy nonsense. 
  
 
At one point, a group of them chose to leave the planet and became exiles known as the [[Son'a]].  Forbidden to return, the Son'a began to age and suffer diseases like other humanoids, so they schemed to steal the "metaphasic particles" from those who had exiled them.
 
At one point, a group of them chose to leave the planet and became exiles known as the [[Son'a]].  Forbidden to return, the Son'a began to age and suffer diseases like other humanoids, so they schemed to steal the "metaphasic particles" from those who had exiled them.

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