Vulcans Sentence Examples
Races from the original Star Trek such as the Romulans, Klingons and Vulcans have played roles of varying importance in the series.
Vulcans have the same emotions as humans, but over the centuries have learned to suppress them to attain a state of logical thinking and action.
In essence, Vulcans are unable to feel emotions such as love, hate, happiness or jealousy.
Since Vulcans' philosophy is to prize the rational over the emotional, that means suppressing the human emotions he inherited from his mother.
Vulcans often claim that they have no emotions, being creatures of pure rationality, but that is, of course, impossible, rational thought being an evolutionary offshoot of emotions, which underlie thought.Advertisement
Vulcans have three times the strength of humans, thought to be a result of their evolution on a planet with higher gravity which doesn't explain why they then are the same physical shape as humans.
He both admires and resents the Vulcans, a combination that leads to friction with his ship's XO Sub-Commander T'Pol (Jolene Blalock).
In a tongue and cheek moment, Billingsley's character on SG-1 is a scientist that is also a huge fan of Star Trek and Vulcans.
The setting, the musicality and even the character choices as well as the frictions between Vulcans (long-treasured allies thanks to Mr. Spock) and the humans, created a real chasm of opinion between Star Trek fans.
Because Vulcans live for hundreds of years, the Spock character was able to transcend the hundreds of years between the original series and Star Trek the Next Generation where he appears as Ambassador Spock.Advertisement
It helps that Vulcans live for hundreds of years which makes the appearance believable within the Star Trek universe.
T'Pol's experiences, including her liaisons with Chief Engineer Tucker, allowed deeper insight into the changes the Vulcans underwent due to their relationship with the humans and the formation of the Federation of Planets.
In addition to Federation Starships, many fans also seek out blueprints of additional Star Trek ships of other alien races as well, including the Borg, Cardassian, Kazon, Klingon, Romulans, Vulcans and more.
From the Federation ships, which there are over 100 different types, to the Romulans and Vulcans, you can see how the humans and aliens differ over weapon placement, hull structure and engine types.
Feelings with regard to the Vulcans waxed and waned between gratitude for their friendship and resentment for their perceived containment of the human spirit.Advertisement
Archer accepted the Vulcan officer T'Pol as a concession to the Vulcans when the Enterprise transported an injured Klingon home.
By the series fourth and final season, Archer was instrumental in the founding of a Federation of Planets, a formalized alliance between the Andorians, the Vulcans, the Tellarites and the humans of Earth.