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krispos42 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri May-08-09 07:57 PM
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5. Oh, good, it's not just me.
I've read plenty of the novels, and while I understand that they are not canon, JJ Abrams seems to take an awful lot of liberties with the Trek universe. Vulcan destroyed by an artificial black hole? Then what the hell is that planet in TOS??? Seems to me that if the entire planet with 6 billion Vulcans on it was sucked into an event horizon, it might have been mentioned at some point in the movies or in one of the TV serieses.

And there seemed to be an awful lot of plot holes in the story. And science holes.


I wonder what twisted logic they used to make this fit into the canon?
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