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July 23, at pm. The crew find corroboration of this when they discover that Spock One required time, and access to the Enterprise's science facilities, to manufacture chirality -reversed amino acids. He had undergone a total left-to-right inversion, down to the atomic scale during his creation. To survive, he had to infuse the inverse forms of amino acids into his diet.

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McCoy explains that such a meagre diet would have induced deficiency diseases in a human, but that a Vulcan is able to endure it indefinitely. The Enterprise receives communiques indicating that the war is going badly for the Federation. Upon arriving at Organia, the crew are affected by a powerful mental disturbance centered on the planet. Realizing the danger to Kirk and Scotty, via their psychic link, Spock Two transports to the planet, and kills his duplicate. The landing party discover that the Organians are not dead, but imprisoned. However, a weapon deployed by the Klingons has restrained their mental abilities, preventing them from expressing their thoughts.

As thought-creatures, the restraint will ultimately destroy them if it is not disabled. Scotty is able to disable the weapon, and discharge the thought screen surrounding the planet, freeing the Organians.

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In retaliation, the Klingon race is confined to their homeworld, and the Klingon commander, Koloth, is trapped in a bubble of asymptotically slowing time, unaware of his fate. For the first original Star Trek novel for adults, Blish wanted to surprise readers by killing a popular character.

Unexpectedly, Spock had been the most popular character in the television series—more popular than Captain Kirk. Blish discussed his premise with his wife, J. Lawrence, only to discover she preferred Spock to Kirk, as well. Following their discussion, Blish chose to kill Spock. The plot, featuring both the Klingons and the Organians, is a follow-up to the first season episode " Errand of Mercy ", which had previously been adapted into a short story, by Blish, published in Star Trek 2 February Another alien species mentioned is the "reepicheep", based on the name of a Talking Mouse in Prince Caspian and Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

The novel's conclusion does not reset the universe , as was common in episodes of the television series.

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Instead, the Organians have confined the Klingon race to their homeworld for a thousand years, unable to take advantage of space flight, and the antagonist Commander Koloth is trapped in an asymptotically slowing distortion of local time, unaware of his punishment. Blish included a rally cry in his Author's Notes to encourage fans to advocate for the series renewal. Sales of the novel following its release were promising, however, Blish's death in ended all plans for follow-up.

Spock, Messiah! The final printing featured an original cover designed by Japanese artist Kazuhiko Sano. Stableford described the novel as a "combination of space opera and whimsy, quite typical of the Star Trek mythos". Stableford believed the sequences in the novel would have been too expensive for the television series, however, the novel's structure was similar to an actual episode containing "sub-climaxes that one can easily imagine would bracket commercial breaks".

Strother B. Purdy referred to novel's text as a "rather well-written" example of the duplication of characters in science fiction, in his study The Hole in the Fabric March Ellen Kozak reviewed Spock Must Die!

SB 11.2.37, जो डर गया सो मर गया (Those who fear, they must die)

Something is dead. Think on the shame of dreams for deeds, The scandal of unnatural strife, The slur upon immortal needs, The treason done to life:.

I don't know what God is. I don't know what death is. But I believe they have between them some fervent and necessary arrangement. File:Chromology The Mirror. Main article: William Shakespeare quotes about death.