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“This time it’s real there will be no space pod to the Genesis planet, to return to pick up Spock’s Body only to learn he has been regenerated and the soul he implanted in McCoy’s brain could be reunited with his body.

Leonard Nimoy, the actor who played the logical (sometimes to a fault) human-Vulcan first officer of the Starship
Enterprise died on
Friday morning at his home in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles. He was
83.

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In the end the famous line from “Wrath of Kahn” turned out not to be true. If ““Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few (or one),” then our need to have Mr. Spock live forever will be fulfilled (or at least live the typical Vulcan lifespan of 200 years).

Rest in peace Leonard Nimoy.

“HaMakon Yenachem EtChem, B’Toch Sh’Ar Avelei Zion V’Yerushaliyim”

“May God Leonard Nimoy’s family and loved ones, along with the other mourners of Zion and Jerusalem”

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