If a race of quasi-immortal cyborgs came and wiped out 99 percent of the human race, would you ever really forgive them? Let alone learn to live in harmony with them? Battlestar Galactica starts with an unthinkably enormous act of genocide, and ever since then the last survivors of humanity have been showing signs of opening their hearts, slowly and grudgingly, to their mass-murdering Cylon cousins. We've even seen Cylon sympathizers among the fleet. Is this realistic? Annalee and I were debating this amongst ourselves, and we figured we'd throw the question out there to you. What do you think?


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