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Hi, Cyborg. You added an addition to the analysis for Epiphanies that suggests that the Cylons are manipulating events to coordinate with information in the Sacred Scrolls. There appears to be plenty of aired information that contradicts this, such as the human virus that threatens to annihilate the Cylon altogether (Torn). Do you have a source that backs up the notion that someone can get cancer just from being looked at in the series? It sounds really overly speculative. For now, I marked the item for you to cite your facts from other shows to back up the item, but I will have to remove this by the end of the day if you cannot cite your deduction. --Spencerian 10:15, 6 February 2007 (CST)
- Speculation can be nice, but this sounds extremely far-fetched and goes beyond logical deduction IMO. --Serenity 10:29, 6 February 2007 (CST)
Cyborg, I removed your question from Epiphanies as this is already answered throughout a series of episodes, particularly the episode itself. Baltar's motivation for saving Roslin was two-fold: One, he didn't necessarily want the job of shepherding humanity, at least not until an opportunity presented itself where doing so would save his hide again (Downloaded, later episodes). Most importantly, with his virtual Six nagging and threatening him, saving Roslin provided the reason to keep the Cylon child as a valuable commodity to where even Roslin realized that it was different. --Spencerian 10:28, 6 February 2007 (CST)