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The '''Phoenix Process''' was a method of using [[transporter]] technology to create perfect duplicates of people, essentially resurrecting them after death. The Process was developed by [[Omne]], who used it to fake [[James T. Kirk]]'s death and threatened to use it to spread chaos within the Federation. Omne also used the Process to duplicate himself in order to survive his own suicide. ({{n|TOS|The Price of the Phoenix}})
 
The '''Phoenix Process''' was a method of using [[transporter]] technology to create perfect duplicates of people, essentially resurrecting them after death. The Process was developed by [[Omne]], who used it to fake [[James T. Kirk]]'s death and threatened to use it to spread chaos within the Federation. Omne also used the Process to duplicate himself in order to survive his own suicide. ({{n|TOS|The Price of the Phoenix}})
   
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