Genesis device

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== Dire consequences ==
 
== Dire consequences ==
As with most pieces of miracle technology in fiction, Genesis had a horrible downside.  [[Spock]] speculated that it would destroy any life in the area of its effect.  David confirmed that it could be perverted into a terrible weapon.  Khan learned of the project from a mind-controlled [[Pavel Chekov]] and added stealing the device to his objectives in addition to seeking revenge on Admiral [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]].  The devastating potential of the Genesis project became a subject of great controversy in the quadrant, with the [[Klingon]]s doing everything from launching protests against the project to trying to steal it for themselves in ''[[Star Trek III: The Search for Spock]]''.
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As with most pieces of miracle technology in fiction, Genesis had a horrible downside.  [[Spock]] speculated that it would destroy any life in the area of its effect.  David confirmed that it could be perverted into a terrible weapon.  Khan learned of the project from a [[mind-control]]led [[Pavel Chekov]] and added stealing the device to his objectives in addition to seeking revenge on Admiral [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]].  The devastating potential of the Genesis project became a subject of great controversy in the quadrant, with the [[Klingon]]s doing everything from launching protests against the project to trying to steal it for themselves in ''[[Star Trek III: The Search for Spock]]''.
  
 
== Revenge and new birth ==
 
== Revenge and new birth ==

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