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Old September 27 2012, 03:40 AM   #1
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Vulcans and part vulcans - ages

Ok, Surak (Spocks father?) died at what age? It may not say it on TV, but maybe in a book somewhere.

How about Spock. How old was he in the last movie. Once again, it probably wasn't said, but it might have been said in a book somewhere.

Why I ask is because Surak is a Full Vulcan
Spock is half Vulcan.
I wonder how old a 1/3 Vulcan (that is 1 part Vulcan 3 parts human ) would have a maximum age of.

McKoy had his 200th birthday at the beginning of TNG, just as a human reference.

Any ideas.

I have seen the 1/3 vulcans or 1/4 vulcans around and I was curious how old they got vs. Spock or Tuvok.

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Old September 27 2012, 07:50 AM   #2
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Re: Vulcans and part vulcans - ages

Ok, Surak (Spocks father?) died at what age? It may not say it on TV, but maybe in a book somewhere.
Spock's fully Vulcan father Sarek died during the TV episode "Unification", and was suggested as having reached the age of 203 years. That is, modern interpretation of the Trek chronology places Sarek's death a hundred years after his first appearance in "Journey to Babel", an episode where he stated his age as being 103 years.

Sarek died in the throes of the Bendii syndrome, a medical condition with geriatric characteristics. Perhaps this means he died exceptionally young, then.

How about Spock. How old was he in the last movie.
Again going by the modern interpretation of when each episode took place, Spock was born in 2230 (a date derived chiefly from the animated episode "Yesteryear", which itself is only vaguely dated), and was thrown back in time from the year 2387 (this was given in absolute terms in the newest movie), so when we last saw him, he was 157 years old. Of course, he had already died at least once, at the age of 55 by current reckoning.

McKoy had his 200th birthday at the beginning of TNG, just as a human reference.
Actually, he was 137 years old there: Data looked it up in Starfleet records.

I have seen the 1/3 vulcans
Hmm. How do you get to be 1/3 Vulcan?

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