I'd moved the destruction of Xindus to the 2030s because in "The Xindi" T'Pol says, "Judging by the field dispersion, approximately 120 years" when referring to how long ago Xindus was wiped out. I don't really see how someone can take that and assume that Xindus was wiped out in exactly 2033; pegging it at a vague 2030s seems much more logical. However, someone has since moved the planetary destruction back to 2033. --Steve 21:08, 22 Jun 2004 (CEST)
- T'Pol says that the field began to disperse in 2033 (2153-120). So, Xindus was most likly destroyed in 2033.
- She says "approximately" 120 years before. That could be any where from 111 years to 129 years in that mode of speech. She never said the date, only that she narrowed it down to a decade or so. I wouldn't place it in 2033 because it could have just as likely been 2029 or 2038. We have no proof either way. We must leave this spoken of in the general sense, if we do not know a fact we should not invent one just to fill a space on a page. We should present the information we have. --Captain Mike K. Bartel
Couldn't the new state also have been added in 2332 sometime after July 4? Tiberius 10:20, 4 November 2006 (UTC)