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 Checkov]] 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]]''.
  
 
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== In the versus debate ==
 
== In the versus debate ==
Trekkies see this device as an ultimate weapon in the Trek universe. In their eyes it could destroy entire fleets of enemy starships.  Some have gone so far as to calculate exorbitant energy figures for the collapse of the nebula into a planet.  These calculations are completely backwards as the collapse of matter into a planet is a net-negative energy event.
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Trekkies see this device as an ultimate weapon in the Trek universe. In their eyes it could destroy entire fleets of enemy starships.  Some have gone so far as to calculate exorbitant energy figures for the collapse of the nebula into a planet.  These calculations are completely backwards as the collapse of matter into a planet is a net-negative energy event.
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Exactly how effective is really a moot point considering that the research destroyed all of the data from the project, and most of the team was killed by Khan.
  
 
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Revision as of 09:27, 24 April 2010

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