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There's no need to simulate a fetus to simulate a pregnancy. There's no specific evidence forthcoming in the episode itself, but there's also no reason to believe there was a "simulated baby", that there was anything "in her womb". It is within the capabilities of Star Trek's technology to create a simulated pregnancy. While many holodeck excursions involve ...


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Holodeck technology appears to be common on Federation planets (noting that Janeway grew up with the hologrammatic Flotter stories some 30+ years before we see the advanced holodeck in TNG: Encounter at Farpoint) but by no means within the grasp of most individuals. It looks like it's more of a 'common good' like a cinema or a park than a home entertainment ...


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