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When they say it "Destroys Subspace". Do they mean that subspace just degrades and the space-time-continuum there is gone? Or Subspace is destabilized and has major effects on all layers of space and matter?. And both the former and the latter, could Subspace naturally (overtime or by phenomena) or synthetically (some futuristic technology/subspace device {past 24th century}) restabilize/reform? CaptainAlphaWiki22 (talk) 22:10, March 10, 2016 (UTC)

From VOY: "The Omega Directive":
JANEWAY: This was a classified research station in the Lantaru Sector. Ketteract and one hundred twenty six of the Federation's leading scientists were lost in the accident. Rescue teams attempting to reach the site discovered an unexpected secondary effect. There were subspace ruptures extending out several light years.
PARIS: The Lantaru Sector. It's impossible to create a stable warp field there. You can only fly through it at sublight speeds. I was always told that was a natural phenomenon. You're saying it was caused by a single molecule of this stuff?
JANEWAY: Omega destroys subspace. A chain reaction involving a handful of molecules could devastate subspace throughout an entire Quadrant. If that were to happen, warp travel would become impossible. Space-faring civilisation as we know it would cease to exist.
I think the above should answer that question. --| TrekFan Open a channel 00:12, January 31, 2018 (UTC)
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