In a Alternate, yet Original timeline

Basically Kirk Prime arrives in the AOS in 'Into Darkness' with Khan. Instead of dying under the bridge. Okay, why not begin this story? Sometimes, the universe decides to fix its mistakes. Something has to be set right. Even if it was a terrible ending.

Started: 12/17/2015.

Completed: 12/20/2015 at 10:07 AM.


13. Miracle on a platter

"Tell me," McCoy said. "In your universe did Khan have the ability to bring others back to life?"

"He took lives away," Jim grumbled. "Rather  cruelly."

"His blood." McCoy said.

"What about his blood?" Jim asked.

"It has regenerative properties." McCoy said.

Jim was stunned to say for the least.

"But. . . That. . . That. . ." Jim said.

"Never happened." McCoy finished.

"It did not," Jim said. "Have you told the captain?"

"I have but Spock says he has been dead for too long. It is medically possible for someone dead for a long period of time . . There could be consequences for his return!"  McCoy said. "Memory damage, amnesia,and a period of uncertainty."

The miracle.

That miracle.

That miracle Jim needed.

"Did he sign 'do not bring back to life' orders?" Jim asked.

McCoy shook his head.

"I am having doubts." McCoy said.

"Since he is my counterpart then he would appreciate your attempts," Jim said. "For what is it worth,you are the best doctor in any universe. You would be my choice to be the doctor who rises me back from the grave."

"What if he never remembers?" McCoy asked. "There is a good chance he will become a different man."

"Kirk follows his heart, and he will remember," Jim assured McCoy. "You are afraid. So were we. Besides, what are the chances?"

"Sixty percent." McCoy said.

There was one instance like this where the crew of the Enterprise came across a civilization that brought their dead back to life.  Jim, to say the least, grew attracted to one of them, and then watched her die because of a opposing race that was pale skinned and had flat ears that were somewhat circular pressed against the side of the head. Jim watched her die, be resurrected, and act as though she never met him under her pretty name. That was one year before the Enterprise had been decommissioned.

But since Khan's blood has regenerative properties . . . That won't happen!

Regenerative means repair.

They used a process that wasn't the kind of regenerative Khan had. They could restore bodies to their former appearance before death, make the heart start beating again, and make the brain start operating once more. The last neurons were no longer alone as life coursed through the body of the once empty vessel that would be holding a life once again. Jim's McCoy had argued against it because if this species continued this for a hundred more years this would not work on them anymore and thus they would die and also because it was unconventional not only using the machines to do the work. It was science and miracles brought together. A different kind of power was used with the science being part of these machines. The society that made this possible? This society was known as Kol'hal on the planet Orphany. The society had named it Orphany as it was a orphan. A orphaned planet.

"And I am rest assured you can find the right medical emergency excuse to bring him back," Jim said. McCoy frowned then started to say something. "End communication."

The screen turned black.

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