Alex Greene

Alexander T. Greene is a klingonist from Hightown in Wrexham, Wales, Great Britain.(1) He is reluctantly but regularly active on the mailing list of the KLI.

He had a blog with the name tlhIngan paQDI'norgh (klingon teachings) until 2015. In itm he introduced the klingon language and presented news about it.

He also has a blog called "The Daily Klingon" (2), where he posts daily various facts of the klingon language; containing small tests (qaDHommey), klingon phrases and various news.

In July of 2016 he published a klingon poem on YouTube, written in remembrance of the deceased actor Anton Yelchin: SuvwI' (warrior) (3). This video is a supplement to an already existing poem called "Companion, Partner", which another user on YouTube had published. He recited the poem in klingon at the premiere of Star Trek Beyond at the cinema in its hometown Wrexham.

Why Klingon?

2009 Greene wrote, he is learning klingon, because... (4)

Because while the written word and mathematics ushered in civilisation, the spoken word - language - was the sign of the dawn of sentience.

References

1 : personal webpage on reocities.com, retireved 3rd July 2016

2 : Coming out as a klingonist, retrieved 3rd July 2016

3 : Star Trek fan moving tribute to tragic actor Anton Yelchin, Mirror, 13th July 2016

4 : 27.09.2009, "Warum Klingonisch" on qephom.de, retrieved 3rd July 2016

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Category: People    Latest edit: 06 Dec 2016, by DirkSchlSser    Created: 06 Dec 2016 by DirkSchlSser



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