that is rather convenient -- however, like i said - i was under the groggy influence of my cold medication, so i missed a lot that wasn't straight plot stuff ---Originally posted by Dave
You didn't find it convenient that Spock stops regenerating at an age exactly the same as when he died.
that's quite a long time ----Originally posted by Dave
I don't know the average age, but Sarek was 203 when he died in "Unification, part I".
Too bad, I would love to see him in one more movie.Originally posted by Dave
Yes, and the point is that by ST:X, that would make him only about 150. Some people have suggested he should appear since it involves Romulus, but Leonard Nimoy would look much too old to play a 150 year old Vulcan.
I NEVER considered that, I don't know why, but it is the perfect excuse for his early aging.Originally posted by Lonewolf89
Who knows, he is half human.
Well, I was under the impression that since both the planet Genesis and Spock were linked age-wised, they were both dying, hence, the aging process began to slow down, which was imperative to get Spock off the planet as quickly as possible.Dave said:You didn't find it convenient that Spock stops regenerating at an age exactly the same as when he died.