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At the end of the film, after Beech and Tech 49 Jack sacrifice themselves and destroy the ship Julia is then seen with a child (who looks about 3 years old). She is then re-introduced to Tech 52 Jack and the way I perceived this was Tech 49 Jacks child but how is this possible if he is dead and there was nothing more than a kiss shown to happen between them?

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I'm a firm believer that parents should be the ones explaining how babies are made. –  hexparrot Apr 24 '13 at 22:08
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Didn't Julia spend a night in the cabin with Tech 49...? –  AidanO Apr 25 '13 at 7:44
    
@AidanO You're right I forgot about that. If you write it as an answer I'll accept it for you –  jampez77 Apr 25 '13 at 13:07
    
Don't happen to know the answer to my other question about this film by any chance? movies.stackexchange.com/questions/11086/… –  jampez77 Apr 25 '13 at 13:08
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I think the original Jack must have known they were expecting a daughter. In the end voice-over from 52 he refers to a daughter "I wonder if you see me when you look at her". –  user4839 May 12 '13 at 3:22
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The "Jack" who found Julia and saved her from her ship wreckage, slept with her at the hideaway, this is when she got pregnant. A year or two later, the other "Jack" was found and brought to her. All of the "Jacks", had the same memory of Julia...thus, they still loved each other.

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Julia was in Delta sleep for 60 years. She might have been pregnant before Delta sleep. Delta sleep apparantly halts aging and embrionic growth, until the person wakes up again.

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