Star Trek's Vulcan Towers Stand Tall, Logically

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We got hold of a few images from the J.J. Abrams Star Trek trading cards, including Sarek and this glimpse of the Vulcan towers. And will someone will please decode my Trekker T-shirts?

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We also received a package from Paramount Pictures with two t-shirts that are a part of the movies viral marketing strategy. Any thoughts?

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I'm sure there will be many more viral marketing updates, as we near the near the release date of May 5th.

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DISCUSSION

Vulcan, with the unlikely rock formations towering in the background, demonstrates once again how this movie has sacrificed logic for the sake of eye candy, in this case in the least likely and most offensive place in the Star Trek universe.

Those rock formations simply could not exist unless the gravity of Vulcan were a fraction of the Earth's, and probably many more unlikely scenarios converging for the sake of justifying a special FX shot.