You misunderstand. It is true I chose not to feel anything upon realizing that my own life was ending. As Admiral Pike was dying, I joined with his consciousness and experienced what he felt at the moment of his passing. Anger, confusion, loneliness, fear. I have experienced those feelings before, multiplied exponentially on the day my planet was destroyed. Such a feeling is something I choose never to experience again.
“…and the question becomes how do you reconcile being in love with someone who might be: completely honest, completely reliable, completely loyal…you know…incredibly smart and logical. But also, to a fault, someone where suddenly maybe logic supersedes other things….” -JJ Abrams
“…Spock’s journey in this movie is learning how to be accountable to the people he cares about and loves ultimately.”-Zachary Quinto
It is taken from the canon star trek comics…star trek ongoing 18.
Trek critic at trekweb.com: Patrick Hayes called the kiss a fan favourite for its readers.
In Quote:“The final page is fan’s absolute delight”
With all the disrespect shown toward Uhura by Spirk fangirls and the uhotty shippers who are spirk fan in diguise. I thought its time we deal with Star Trek fictional reality and what the majority of trek readers reads and reiview