This is taken from Page 42 of the Making of Revenge of the Sith book, which contains storyline and dialogue from George Lucas' rough draft of the script.... "On Coruscant, PALPATINE completes his seduction of ANAKIN, who at first refuses to go over to the dark side-- until the Chancellor makes a startling confession:" DARTH SIDIOUS-- "I have waited all these years for you to fulfill your destiny... I arranged for your conception. I used the power of the Force to will the midichlorians to start the cell divisions that created you." ANAKIN-- "I don't believe you." DARTH SIDIOUS-- "Ahhh, but you know it's true. When you clear your mind, you will sense the truth. you could almost think of me as your father." ANAKIN-- "That's impossible!" DARTH SIDIOUS-- "Nevertheless, you must decide." Later this dialogue was cut, as you can see if you read on the second column, about halfway down on Page 60. It simply states this there.... "The dialogue indicating that PALPATINE is responsible for ANAKIN'S creation has been cut." I'm not sure why, but Lucas decided that he didn't want Palpatine to be Anakin's father, as many have been speculating on for months here on the forum. Personally, I think this dialogue should have been kept.