Re: Was Picard wrong in I,Borg?
Red Ranger wrote:
Why? They would have identified humans as their most implacable foe, but add their biological distinctiveness to their own to gain that human edge as part of their quest for perfection. Their reasoning: Any species that could hatch such a plot is a continuing danger to the collective, and should be neutralized.
I agree to a point.
But shouldn't the Borg have been just as concerned that humanity was able to take Borg programming and turn it against them? I'm talking about the "sleep" cycle initiated in The Best of Both Worlds
. Also, humanity has the entire internal "file structure" of Borg systems. Seems to me the Borg would be concerned by that.
"If we're going to be damned, let's be damned for what we really are." - Jean-Luc Picard, "Encounter at Farpoint"