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Wed, Apr 11, 2012, 8:27pm (UTC -5)
Re: ENT S1: Dear Doctor

Like most of the above poster i generally disagree with the point that the episode seemed geared towards. That being said whilst I disagree with the strange understanding that led to Phlox conclusion (which was a belief not a scientific argument)I still like this episode. historypeats mentioned it earlier, it was slightly refreshing to see an episode that in which the humans view was follow so predictably (like most of the first season) I agree with the humans view in this case but i like that the show disagreed with my view. it made me articulate why this view was wrong.

The question of genocide is an interesting one, particular whether the failure to act (when one can reasonably act) can be substituted for a 'diliberate' intention to destroy in whole or part a particular culture. Honestly I'm not sure, but i want to see an argument for why it is or ist, not a statement that it is or isn't.
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