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Old April 19 2013, 12:41 AM   #28
Re: How long do humans typically live in the 24th Century?

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Although they don't actually go the full distance and confirms that it is Jonathan Archer. In fact, given that Admiral Archer is apparentally still on active duty, it kind of implies it's not him.
Good point. How do the ages work out had Archer had a child post-Enterprise?
The Archer in Star Trek XI could be either a grandson in his 70s or a great-grandson in his 50s, IMO. He may even have Jonathan as a first name.
Indeed. Archer seems too modest to name a son after himself, but I could see his son or grandson naming their own son in honor of him.

Then again, there have been a few prominent political families with multiple generations with the same name. There's currently a Theodore Roosevelt V (technically he's actually Theodore VI) and an Aldai Stevenson V.
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