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06-01-2010, 04:14 AM
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First off, NONE OF THIS IS CANON.
Secondly: Its spelled canon... not
STO isn't canon, B-4 becoming Data isn't canon, and all of the ST books are not canon.
So before anyone goes off about the canonical nature of "Data's resurrection", remember none of this is canon.
On a side note, Data dying was the one thing in all of Star Trek that ****ed me off, when I read that Data was resurrected, I was ecstatic, Data is my favorite Star Trek character and he deserves better then to die.
(noun) - a. A group of literary works that are generally accepted as representing a field: "the durable canon of American short fiction" (William Styron).
b. The works of a writer that have been accepted as authentic: the entire Shakespeare canon.
(noun) - a. A large mounted weapon that fires heavy projectiles. Cannon include guns, howitzers, and mortars.