I think the following passage "but his advocacy of more less warlike policies", should be edited by removing the word more, as less following more is an ungrammatical construct, and it would make the particular sentence flow a lot better.22.214.171.124 03:00, February 8, 2011 (UTC)
- Done. If you spot such mistakes in the future, it's not necessary to bring it up on talk. Jut be bold and fix them yourself. :-) –Cleanse ( talk | contribs ) 03:08, February 8, 2011 (UTC)
Citation needed Edit
- In 1998, Nimoy said he would have liked to play the mirror Spock in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, but this never came to fruition.
Here's a query: can we state that Sarek (mirror) is the father of Spock (mirror), or would that be an unproven assumption? For that matter, do we know that mirror Spock is half-Terran? Might he not be fully Vulcan? —Josiah Rowe (talk) 07:21, January 15, 2018 (UTC)
In my mind, he's the same person DNA-wise, so he'd have to have the same father. So yeah, I think Sarek is his father and and Amanda of the mirror universe is his mother. Obviously there hasn't been a mirror version of Amanda Grayson shown yet, but for Sarek there has so I think that it should be noted. But once again that's just my view...it's not a rule to say he's the same person, after all Vic Fontaine may have been a hologram in the prime universe, but in the mirror universe he's a real person...so yeah, I don't know if we could consider that canon or not.