Science Fiction and Star Trek are not only gateways to the universe, but to the subconscious as well. Trekkies go over details of Star Trek movies and episodes to make sure they are remembered in detail. To many, these Star Trek visions are foundations for the organizations and life forms in this galaxy.
Do Trekkies need a life or is Star Trek part of their previous lives? There has been six TV series and 11 movies based on the basic concept. These characters and ideas seem to endure more than others in science fiction literature.
It's natural for human beings to want answers about their life in a very large universe. We want to know where we came from and where we're going. Science fiction, Star Trek and various religions try to fill a thrist for knowledge beyond what we know in this world.
Space fantasies, the internet and other media seem to link our minds to remembrances of advanced and/or alien civilizations.
There's a mental renewal process going on that makes the present "Star Trek Movie" fresh and exciting.
Because of the divine influence of Jesus and "The Brotherhood of Christ", we are looking deeper and longer into the universe than ever before.