As the title says, I'm not posting about what is or isn't canon. Or even about small universe syndrome (a pet peeve of mine I'm ignoring here because my personal pet peeves mean less than nothing to the production team). Just trying to put the pieces together. Spock was about 35 in TOS I believe. Sonequa Martin-Green is 32 now. Sybok is 7 - 14 years older than Spock, since Spock new him as a young, brilliant student and we all know Vulcan breeding timelines. Discovery is set about 10 years prior to TOS. Burnham was adopted as a child by Sarek and Amanda, so had to be adopted after Sybok was born. So when Spock was born Burnham was 10 and Sybok was 14 (give or take). Which means that Burnham and Sybok spent their formative years together and Burnham likely left for Starfleet while Spock was still a young child, maybe a pre teen if she went to Uni/Vulcan Science Academy before Starfleet, which is a distinct possibility. So Sybok had a human step mother and a human step sister. That actually helps recon his decision to reject logic for emotions since he was intimately exposed to them in ways few other Vulcan's would be. It also means Sybok would have been a major part of Burnhams life and his defection from the ways of logic to emotionality would be relatively recent. The family would still be healing from this. Perhaps part of why Burnham and Spock embraced the Vulcan ways so much, sacrificing their Human heritage as much as they could? If Sybok isn't just ignored and and retconned out of existence like a Winslow family member (did I do that?) and with the seeming importance and ongoing relationship issues of the Sarek/Burnham to the series, then it seems very likely Sybok will have some presence on the show, whether it is in flashbacks, current times meeting with Sarek/Burnham, or brought up in Martin-Green/Frains for your Emmy consideration reel family argument scene. Any thoughts? Am I missing something else blatantly obvious?