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Nimoy Collage Sneak Peek!

Well, I’ve been working on this a while now–and I appreciate your patience! It’s the collage I was making to commemorate Leonard’s 90th Birthday — Maybe I should just call it a BirthYear Anniversary! 235 palabras más

Leonard Nimoy

I Am Not Spock

Author: Leonard Nimoy

Rating: 3/5

A memoir(?) about Nimoy’s experiences with Star Trek and the stuff that happened after.

Spoilers ahead. 1.496 palabras más

Confessions Of A Bibliophile

Star Trek: The Mark of Gideon - Failed Execution in Many Ways

Written by George F. Slavin, Stanley Adams, Arthur H. Singer, and Gene Roddenberry
Directed by Jud Taylor

Sometimes a story sounds great on the surface; I can hear the pitch for this one now: “You’ve got this planet that’s overpopulated because they’ve eradicated disease and they concoct an elaborate ruse to steal Captain Kirk’s germs…” 630 palabras más

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Rare Nimoy TV Interview uncovered from 1971!

Hi Everyone!

Well, if you’re wondering I’m still working on the Nimoy collage. Every time I think I have enough I find another great picture or get another idea about placement! 131 palabras más

Leonard Nimoy

Critical Thinking about #pseudoscience

Today my pseudoscience students are reading two scholarly articles that investigate potential culprits for the mass prevalence of pseudoscientific theories — the education system here in America, and electronic mass media (mostly television, but by analogy inclusive of social media).  724 palabras más

Thoughtvectors

Going even more boldly...

It’s Spock! On a button/bookmark!

Here is a button, that may also work as a bookmark.

Spock

Star Trek: Let That Be Your Last Battlefield - All Lives Do Matter

Written by Oliver Crawford, Lee Cronin, Arthur H. Singer, and Gene Roddenberry
Directed by Jud Taylor

Star Trek got away with many cultural commentaries over its short run, due to the fact that couched in the science-fiction setting, many of the commentaries went right over the head of the censors. 693 palabras más

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