Hence, yesterday morning, when I heard on the radio that they mentioned yesterday in 1984, the movie "Star Trek: The Search for Spock" was a top selling movie, old memories came back.
USS Enterprise... will always be my imagination of a starship
Thinking back, you have to always give credits to the creator, Roddenberry to imagine the following: (similar to Tolkien the author to the book Lord of the Rings)
Chronology of overall series (taken from wikipedia)
4. Own language for each own "race"/species i.e. Klingon language/ Klingonese created by John M.Ford with Klingon Dictionary being sold!
5. Own culture for each own "race"/species
What I've learned?
From this series - I learn bout famous actors: William Shatner, Patrick Steward, Leonard Nimoy (love him as Spock - a bit not used to the "new Spock"-Zachary Quinto who remains as the bad guy, Sylar of the series Heroes.
Original Spock By Leonard Nimoy vs new Spock by Zachary Quinto
I learned about famous peace sign used by the Vulcan that means "We come in peace".
I learned about famous lines like "Beam me up, Scotty".
I learned about a sci-fiction scenario in space with self-sustainable and self-sufficient spaceship travelling in light years; learning about different solar systems and species.
I learn Vulcans have no feelings and cannot smile because they live by reason and logic but have telepathy capabilites.
I learn there are trekkie fans with the costumes and com badge.
But most importantly, I learn to like sci-fi shows and also believe the phrase that we humans, will boldly go where no man has gone before like the opening like of TNG series:
"Space, the final frontier. These are the voyagers of the Starship Enterprise...." (memorised by heart!) Lol