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Redwing
08-05-2001, 11:25 AM
An excellent study on midis from theforce.net

http://www.theforce.net/midichlorians/

And a small quote to get your interest---

Whatever they might be, Qui-Gon's statement to Anakin implies that midi-chlorians are ubiquitous to life. Obi-Wan explained to Luke that the Force was created by all living things. Between these two facts, a theory lends itself. What if, instead of midi-chlorians create sensitivity to the Force, the Force creates midi-chlorians?

:D

MadPoster
08-06-2001, 04:45 PM
Midi's are a cheap, pathedic attempt to rationalize the otherwise unexplainable.

There is no place for them, and I refuse to allow them into my world.

Boba Fat
08-07-2001, 05:18 AM
It is pointless to resist!

We would be honoured if you would join us! :)

He will join us or die! :mad:

royfokker
08-07-2001, 06:33 AM
Leave the science to star trek. Star Wars has always been a fantasy adventure.


DOWN WITH MIDICHLORIANS!!!!!
:eek:

Redwing
08-07-2001, 07:52 AM
Okay...this is far less of an intelligent response than I expected...now I'm gonna have to yell at you peoples :p ;)

Looneys. It's George Lucas's world, not yours. Get over it. :rolleyes: Honestly.

"Midi's are a cheap, pathedic attempt to rationalize the otherwise unexplainable."

Eh...Lucas came up with the whole idea of the Force...why can't the creator explain his own creation? lol. If Lucas says the Force can be explained, then guess what---it can. BTW, you obviously didn't read the article. The Force createds midis, not the other way around...aw screw it, obviously you wouldn't understand. :rolleyes:

"There is no place for them, and I refuse to allow them into my world."

It's Lucas's world. NOT yours. Fortunately, you don't run the Star Wars universe.

"Leave the science to star trek. Star Wars has always been a fantasy adventure.

DOWN WITH MIDICHLORIANS!!!!!"

Refer to the above posts. Whose universe is it?


Well, I've certainly lost alot of my respect for certain jk.ers. Should've posted this elsewhere.