User talk:BrotherFlounder

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Kobol

On 2 December 2008 you edited the article for Home, Part I to say that the episode The Hub provided a possible explanation to what the Six meant when she said that the souls of humans who die on Kobol are bound for oblivion. What did you mean by that? What about The Hub provides a possible explanation for that? - Shaheenjim 23:26, 27 February 2009 (UTC)

Ahh. I see what you're saying. I'm not convinced there's any link between Roslin's visions and Elosha having died on Kobol. But I suppose it's worth considering. Roslin's visions are weird, and there's certainly something going on there. But I rephrased your note to make it more clear what you meant. - Shaheenjim 14:26, 28 February 2009 (UTC)