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Star Trek Articles That Need to Differentiate Between Fact and Fiction: Vulcan, List of Weapons in Star Trek, Odo, Shields, Hoshi Sato, Martok Source Wikipedia

Star Trek Articles That Need to Differentiate Between Fact and Fiction: Vulcan, List of Weapons in Star Trek, Odo, Shields, Hoshi Sato, Martok

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Published August 12th 2011
ISBN : 9781233051458
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52 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 50. Chapters: Vulcan, List of weapons in Star Trek, Odo, Shields, Hoshi Sato, Martok, BElanna Torres, Jonathan Archer, Kazon, List of minor recurring characters in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Dax, Xindi, Benjamin Sisko, JemHadar, Species 8472, Danube class starship, Nog, Malcolm Reed, Face of the Enemy, Quark, Winn Adami, Damar, Rom, Prophet, Federation Council, Phlox, Gowron, Thomas Riker, Travis Mayweather, Jake Sisko, Sela, Organian, Vidiian. Excerpt: Vulcans, or sometimes Vulcanians, are an extraterrestrial humanoid species in the Star Trek universe who evolved on the planet Vulcan, and are noted for their attempt to live by reason and logic with no interference from emotion. They were the first extraterrestrial species in the Star Trek universe to observe First Contact protocol with Humans. They gave massive assistance to a devastated post-World War 3 Earth, enabling the planet to eliminate poverty, disease and suffering within a single century. For this reason, Humans even in the 24th century view Vulcans in many ways as their best friends - the good guys, as told to Zefaram Cocharane during First Contact by the crew of the time travelling USS enterprise E. They later became one of the founding members of the United Federation of Planets. Vulcans appear in all six Star Trek series, four of which feature a Vulcan or a half-Vulcan as a main character. Vulcans are depicted as similar in appearance to humans. The main physical differences are their eyebrows and ears: the former are arched and upswept, while the latter feature pinnae which taper to a point at the top. The ears have been the subject of jokes on multiple occasions. Vulcans have been portrayed as various races. Most caucasoid-like Vulcans (a majority of those shown throughout the series runs) typically appear with a subtle greenish hue to their skin, due...