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Vulcan

fictional extraterrestrial species in Star Trek

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Enterprise One
“There are numerous parties and groups on Vulcan who find the planet’s association with the Federation, and Terrans in particular, distasteful or unethical for a number of reasons. Some—many—hold the view that there should be no association with a species that goes through the Galaxy armed: such association, they say, is inevitably a corrupting influence on the rule of peace and logic.” (English)
We disposed of emotion, Doctor. Where there is no emotion there is no motive for violence. (English)
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They have very contrasting philo­sophical viewpoints about space explo­ration. The Vulcans are very insular and insu­lated and not necessar­ily explorers. Yet. (English)
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Led by the Vulcan philosopher Surak more than 2,000 years before the founding of the Federation, the Time of Awakening centered on an ideology of pure logic and espoused its use in controlling emotion. (English)
Infitinite diversity in infinite combinations · The Vulcans
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Vulcans are vegetarians by nature and are completely devoid of emotional expression. (English)
In ‘This Side of Paradise,’ Kirk told us that Spock is “much stronger than the ordinary human being,” thus adding some real danger to their fight when Kirk sets out to rile him. (English)
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Vulcans are vegetarians by nature and are completely devoid of emotional expression. (English)
Enterprise 2
“There are Vulcan concepts that the universal translator system has been mishandling for many years. ‘Arie’mnu’ in particular.” She blushed for some reason, but went on smoothly enough. “The concept keeps getting translated as ‘lack of emotion,’ or ‘suppression of emotion,’ which is a little better … but not much. A more accurate translation would be ‘passion’s mastery.’ The word itself acknowledges that Vulcans do too have emotions, but are managing them rather than being managed by them.” (English)
What you do not yet understand, Spock, is that Vulcans do not lack emotion. It is only that ours is controlled. Logic offers a serenity humans seldom experience in full. We have emotions but we deal with them and do not let them control us. (English)
We disposed of emotion, Doctor. Where there is no emotion there is no motive for violence. (English)
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They have very contrasting philo­sophical viewpoints about space explo­ration. The Vulcans are very insular and insu­lated and not necessar­ily explorers. Yet. (English)
210000 years BCE
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The Vulcan race predates the rise of Humanity by almost 10,000 years. (English)
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Fleet Command | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
Fleet Command | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
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Hidden Universe Travel Guide: Vulcan | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
Races and cultures | edit source
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Live by the Code | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
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The Captain's Oath | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
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An Imbalance of Power | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
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Denial of Destiny | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
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Star Trek: The Original Series Core Game Book | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
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Vulcans are physically stronger than their Human counterparts, though the Vulcan's lack of overt violence usually belies this attribute. (English)
In ‘This Side of Paradise,’ Kirk told us that Spock is “much stronger than the ordinary human being,” thus adding some real danger to their fight when Kirk sets out to rile him. (English)
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In ‘Dagger of the Mind,’ we discovered that Vulcans had telepathic abilities, when Spock performed a mind-meld for the first time. That episode revealed that the mind-meld was “a hidden, personal thing to the Vulcan people, part of our private lives.” (English)
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Vulcans are physically easy to distinguish from other Humanoids, given their generally tall and slender appearance. They have arched eyebrows and delicately pointed ears that angle upwards. The latter are a result of evolution, but tend to give the average Vulcan a pronounced demonic air. (English)
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Vulcans are physically easy to distinguish from other Humanoids, given their generally tall and slender appearance. They have arched eyebrows and delicately pointed ears that angle upwards. The latter are a result of evolution, but tend to give the average Vulcan a pronounced demonic air. (English)
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My inner eyelids will protect my vision. My species evolved on this planet. (English)
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Vulcan (M) (English)
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The home of the Vulcan race has a very high native gravity, a thin atmosphere, and high surface temperature that created the familiar phrase "hot as Vulcan". (English)
My inner eyelids will protect my vision. My species evolved on this planet. (English)
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The Vulcans (English)
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Vulcan (M) (English)
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The Cultural Spectrum
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Aliens | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
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Vulcan (Star Trek characters)
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