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HOLLYWOOD, CA - MAY 14: Actor Leonard Nimoy arrives at the premiere of Paramount Pictures' "Star Trek Into Darkness" at Dolby Theatre on May 14, 2013 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

This is very logical….

Another reason why our city maybe the best in the GALAXY.

Today, Boston honors the amazing Leonard Nimoy, born here on this day, March 26, 1931 with a statue at the Museum Of Science. They honor the actor’s Spock character from the iconic Star Trek series, with a statue depicting the character’s signature gesture, Live Long And Prosper.  See it below.

Star Trek fans know all too well the struggle Spock had with being half human: flawed and illogical, and Vulcan, the better version of (what he thought) of himself.

Spock in the end, learned (and taught us) that life is not always logical. Our flaws make us unique and keep us open to grow, to become that better version of ourselves, that we all strive to be.

Thank you Mr. Nimoy. You make us proud to live here.

20-foot 'Live Long and Prosper' statue planned for Museum of Science

Plans are in development to honor "Star Trek" actor Leonard Nimoy with a 20-foot, illuminated sculpture in his hometown. The Boston-born actor and his famous character, Mister Spock, will be commemorated with a stainless steel monument shaped in the "Vulcan salute" that Nimoy devised for the Star Trek series.