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# 72
02-21-2013, 08:03 PM
Something that occurred to me while reading this thread ... Gene Roddenberry has a lot in common with the character of Zefram Cochrane. Both were driven by profit and self-gratification, but over the years they were both elevated to near-sainthood because of what they created.

Could Cochrane has been indirectly inspired by Roddenberry? Food for thought.
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