Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by Commander Richard, Dec 16, 2020.
They must have gotten this from B4's brain as Data's was vaporized, though.
Data's memories were reconstructed from a remaining neuron
similarly, whoever came up with that detail probably had a single neuron.
I don't think there was a single component of data left after Shinzon's ship exploded. Most likely he was just atomized.
since the reconstituted Data didn’t remember his death I think that the idea is that the neuron was harvested sometime before Nemesis. Convenient but certainly more believable than Maddox rummaging trough wreckage in the Bassen Rift.
Data was not present when Spock gave that speech to Picard. They were both walking and talking alone in the underground caves.
The device data leads to classic sci-fi ambiguity, one that mirrors or genuflects to a similar moment in Carl Sagan's novel and adapted movie "Contact." In it, Dr. Ellie Arroway's data recorder captured 18 hours of noise when it appeared she passed through the wormhole machine instantly without incident. Like Georgiou, Arroway had vivid experiences during her episode within the portal's realm.
I hated that movie. In fact, there's not a single thing in that movie that I didn't dislike. I mean the idea that they would spend a big chunk of the worldwide resources on building a machine that they don't even know the principles on which it works... Is beyond stupidity. I mean I know that the world we live in is not exactly rational but this is straightjacket padded room crazy!!!
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