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Old 01-02-2009, 10:26 PM
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Originally Posted by lordisaiah View Post
Well, a question could be brought about ala "Yesterday's Enterprise". Remember at the end, Guinan asks Geordi about Tasha. One could argue that although none of the rest of the crew remembered anything out of the ordinary happening, even the TNG timeline was changed because of the 1701-C jumping forward, merely in Guinan's curiosity about Tasha. Also, that alternate Tasha had a child in the regular TNG universe. So, I guess what I'm saying is that Orci's comments could be taken in the context of that even if the basic events and history are restored, there can still be changes to the timeline, even if the big changes are fixed...all the minor changes will add up.
i think Guinan race may perceive time differantly. it is a powerfull race that even q seemed to fear.
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