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We shouldn't read too much into stardates, as it was never said in canon how they work. The alleged discrepancy with her death is noted in the "Skin of Evil" page.
A tip- it's "episodes", not "chapters".--31dot 03:39, September 24, 2011 (UTC)
As I said, I'm not sure how much we should read into stardates, as it may not necessarily be an error that they are out of numerical order. I was a little confused by your use of the word "chapters", though- so you can reword and put back the information you were trying to put. I'd use the comment on this issue on the Skin of Evil page as a guide. If you wish to communicate further on this issue, please post on this page, to keep the discussion in one location.--31dot 04:19, September 24, 2011 (UTC)
Please note that nitpicking is not allowed on Memory Alpha. There are many production errors with Star Trek and many possible explanations; we can't list them all.--31dot 01:14, September 25, 2011 (UTC)
- Well, I've seen Nitpicks before like in the episode Birthright, Part I.
- "During Data's second vision, after he turns into a bird and flies past Noonian Soong, a member of the filming crew can be briefly seen sitting in the side corridor behind Dr. Soong."– The preceding unsigned comment was added by Extremus Trekkie (talk • contribs).
I'm sure there are some out there- with 30,000 articles we can't remove them all right away. If you see something you believe to be a nitpick per MA:NIT, feel free to suggest it for removal. --31dot 01:30, September 25, 2011 (UTC)