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information.
Mr Decker. I will contact you
every five minutes.
Captain.
I'd like to go along.
Mr Sulu, you have the conn.
V'Ger.
V-G-E-R.
V'Ger.
V-O-Y-A-G-E-R.
Voyager!
Voyager VI?
NASA. National Aeronautics
and Space Administration.
Jim, this was launched
more than 300 years ago.
Voyager series.
Designed to collect data,
and transmit it back to Earth.
Captain!
Voyager VI disappeared into what
they used to call a black hole.
It must have emerged
on the far side of the galaxy.
And fell into the machine planet's
gravitational field.
The machine inhabiters found
it to be one of their own kind.
Primitive yet kindred.
They discovered
its simple 20th-century programming.
Collect all data possible.
Learn all that is learnable.
Return that information
to its Creator.
Precisely, Mr Decker.
The machines
interpreted it literally.
They built this entire vessel so
Voyager could fulfil its programming.
And on its journey back,
it amassed so much knowledge,
it achieved consciousness itself.
It became a living thing.
Kirk unit.
V'Ger awaits the information.
Enterprise, order up the ship's
computer library of records
on the late 20th-century NASA probe,
Voyager VI.
We want the old NASA code signal
that instructs the probe
to transmit its death.
- And fast, Uhura!
- Aye, sir.
It's been signalling its readiness
to transmit its information.
No one on Earth could recognise
the old signal and respond.
The Creator does not answer.
V'Ger.
We are the Creator.
That is not logical.
Carbon units are not true life forms.
We will prove it.
We will make it possible for you
to complete your programming.
Only the Creator
could accomplish that.
Enterprise.
We have just received
the response code.
Set the Enterprise transmitter
on appropriate frequency
and transmit the code now.
Transmitting.
504.
329.
317.
510.
And the final sequence...
That should trigger
Voyager's transmitter.
Voyager is not transmitting its data,
Captain.
The Creator must join with V'Ger.
Uhura, repeat the final sequence.
The Creator must join with V'Ger.
Voyager is not transmitting
because it did not receive
the final sequence.
We're down to ten minutes.
Enterprise, stand by.
- The antenna leads are melted away.
- Yes, just now. By V'Ger itself.
Why?
- To prevent reception.
- Of course.
To bring the Creator here. To finish
transmitting the code in person.
To touch the Creator.
Capture God? V'Ger's
in for one hell of a disappointment.
Perhaps not, Doctor.
Captain.
V'Ger must evolve.
Its knowledge has reached
the limits of this universe.
What it requires
is the answer to its question,
"Is there nothing more?"
What more is there than the universe?
Other dimensions, levels of being.
Whose existence
cannot be proven logically.
Therefore, V'Ger is incapable
of believing in them.
What V'Ger needs in order to evolve
is a human quality.
Our capacity to leap beyond logic.
Joining with its Creator
might accomplish that.
This machine wants
to physically join with a human?
Is that possible?
Let's find out.
I'll key the sequence
through the ground-test computer.
You don't know what that'll do!
Yes, I do, Doctor.
Decker, don't!
Jim, I want this. As much as you
wanted the Enterprise, I want this.
Captain.
Spock! Did we just see the beginning
of a new life form?
Yes, Captain. We witnessed a birth.
Possibly a next step
in our evolution.
I wonder...
It's been a long time
since I delivered a baby.
- I hope it got off to a good start.
- I hope so, too.
I think we gave it the ability
to create its own sense of purpose.
Out of our own human weaknesses,
and the drive that compels
us to overcome them.
And a lot of foolish human emotions,
right, Mr Spock?
Quite true, Doctor. Unfortunately, it
will have to deal with them as well.
Starfleet request damage
and injury reports and vessel status.
Report two casualties.
Lt Ilia. Capt Decker.
Aye, sir.
Correction. They're not
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