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Was destroying Vulcan a step too far?

JaydenJaneway

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Report this Nov. 05 2010, 11:40 am

i also notice that in star trek 6 they said the klingons had 50 years left having to do with something in their atmosphere and yet Kronos is fine in tng, ds9 and voyager. but as far as vulcan is concerned, as long as you consider the movie to be an alternet universe then it hasnt really changed history that much. may be in the next movie they can have someone traval back in time and stop nero from destroying vulcan


satyrquaze

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Report this Nov. 05 2010, 12:47 pm

Quote: Matthias Russell @ Sep. 16 2010, 8:02 am

I was about ready to walk out when Vulcan was destroyed. I never understood for one, why the planet wasn't defended by incredibly powerful orbital weapons platforms. I don't like Vulcans and think the federation would be better without them, but I expect a core world to be treated more solemnly.


Aren't Vulcans noted for their pacifism? Why would they have an incredibly powerful weapons platform?

We think we've come so far. Torture of heretics, burning of witches it's all ancient history. Then - before you can blink an eye - suddenly it threatens to start all over again. -Captain Jean Luc Picard

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