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Balok, you removed the following paragraph as non-canon:

Even after the horrific experiments Dr. Adams performed, the neutralizer was eventually adapted for less dangerous, benign use at Federation treatment centers, such as the hospitalization of Fleet Captain Garth of Izar on Elba II. (TOS: "Whom Gods Destroy")

why? -- Captain Mike K. Bartel 03:43, 26 Aug 2004 (CEST)

The therapeutic chair in WGD uses the same rotating light effects as the neural neutralizer, but if it used the same technology it would seem to contradict the statement that the machine was destroyed in Dagger of the Mind. --Lee M (guest)
Neural Neutralizer is a standard technology, Dr. Adams jut perverted it. His NN was destroyed, but the technology as a whole, would still be intact. So really both of you are wrong. --TOSrules 23:15, 1 Sep 2005 (UTC)
I've removed the speculative phrases "and perhaps earlier" as well as "for reasons that may never be known" from this article. I also removed the info from TOS: "Whom Gods Destroy", which stated:
"Three years later, on Elba II, Garth of Izar used a rehabilitation chair on Kirk in order to get him to answer the move: "Queen to Queen's Level Three". (TOS: "Whom Gods Destroy")"
I've changed this to a "see also" link, directing users to the "rehabilitation chair" page. If "neural neutralizer" is actually referred to on-screen in "Whom Gods Destroy", the info should probably be returned to this page. Otherwise, the link is merely speculative. --Defiant (talk) 11:56, October 24, 2016 (UTC)