Iden's Rebellion Edit

Hmmm ... I didn't realize we had this page. I'm wondering if this list shouldn't be moved here instead of where it currently resides. Thoughts? - Bridge 21:15, 13 May 2008 (UTC)

List of member of Iden's Rebellion moved. - Bridge 17:27, 17 May 2008 (UTC)

Okay, now that I didn't check this page before moving the history with your content move...the first guy listed there was an actual "living photonic lifeform" it wasnt a "created hologram that gained sentience" I guess having assumed your reasoning for the move was solid, I'm not so sure now. --Alan 17:33, 17 May 2008 (UTC)

Alan, I was only referring to the Iden's Rebellion list; that's all I think needed to be moved (and all I moved). I think the Minosian peddler and the Qomar singing "Doctor" should remain at Unnamed holograms. (I probably explained this better at Talk:Unnamed holograms. - Bridge 17:39, 17 May 2008 (UTC)

 ?? I know, they remained on the other page. I'm referring to the first guy listed here. --Alan 17:54, 17 May 2008 (UTC)

Oh, sorry. I misunderstood. I see now what you mean. Still, the page for Photonic lifeform refers to the transdimensional aliens, Vic Fontaine, the photonics mentioned in "Body and Soul" and the Iden bunch. Seems to me that "photonic lifeform" refers to any sentient photonics, regardless of their origin as holograms or some other method of creation. Truth is, we really don't know how the transdimensional aliens or the Body and Soul photonics came to be. But I don't believe they, or the Iden's Rebellion people, belong in the same category as the nonsentient Minosian peddler or the Qomar hologram. That's my reasoning, if it helps. - Bridge

I can't vouch for the content of the other articles, but "sentient holograms" would solve some of that dilemma. They were manufactured with, or later gained sentience. --Alan 18:09, 17 May 2008 (UTC)