By saying "The only way to win the battle is to deny the battle," the kid is basically saying "if you go and take these hidden memories out of my head, you'll be very sorry!" because it would result in what Daniel went through in his "dream". The subconcious memories would override any conscious decisions and would ultimately control him, pretty much the same as a Goa'uld would control its host.Originally posted by orange
>>Just wondering, because the more I think about it, the more I realize Robert Cooper didn't really give us enough information to figure out what the H-kid was talking about when he said the only way to win the battle [against the desires of the subconscious] was to deny the battle.
I gathered that Daniel was the instrument, sadly out of tune I take it. Daniel seemed to be suggesting that we *do* have some control over our destiny and our actions, or the music, if you will.