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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #45 on: May 24, 2018, 06:06:32 am »
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"It is quite possible Lieutenant," Inzjana piped in, not entirely sure Jaeger's question was actually aimed at her. "If I remember correctly, the movie's song 'So long and thanks for all the fish' is supposedly sung by the Dolphins before leaving the planet as it was about to be destroyed by a Vogon Constructor Fleet. Taking that to a logical conclusion, despite that completely illogical premise. It could be assumed that the sender is talking about leaving a certain location, before it is destroyed by an external force."

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #46 on: May 25, 2018, 09:04:39 pm »
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"It is quite possible Lieutenant," Inzjana piped in, not entirely sure Jaeger's question was actually aimed at her. "If I remember correctly, the movie's song 'So long and thanks for all the fish' is supposedly sung by the Dolphins before leaving the planet as it was about to be destroyed by a Vogon Constructor Fleet. Taking that to a logical conclusion, despite that completely illogical premise. It could be assumed that the sender is talking about leaving a certain location, before it is destroyed by an external force."

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #47 on: May 26, 2018, 03:24:32 am »
BRIDGE - SCIENCE STATION ONE

"It is quite possible Lieutenant," Inzjana piped in, not entirely sure Jaeger's question was actually aimed at her. "If I remember correctly, the movie's song 'So long and thanks for all the fish' is supposedly sung by the Dolphins before leaving the planet as it was about to be destroyed by a Vogon Constructor Fleet. Taking that to a logical conclusion, despite that completely illogical premise. It could be assumed that the sender is talking about leaving a certain location, before it is destroyed by an external force."
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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #48 on: May 26, 2018, 04:19:28 am »

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Inzjana raised her eyebrow musing over what her captain just iterated and wondered something else, "Indeed Captain...and also why is a Vulcan ship transmitting such an iniquitous message in the first place. Far be it for me to speculate ma'am, but perhaps their assailant is aboard their vessel."

Inzjana turned around and continued her study of the telemetry data from the subspace sensors. All evidence suggested that the vessel they were heading towards, now at maximum warp, was the only vessel on this vector, but any good scientist know's 'just because you cannot see something doesn't mean that it isn't there, it doesn't mean it is either'.

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #49 on: May 26, 2018, 07:38:24 pm »
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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #50 on: May 28, 2018, 03:00:23 pm »
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Alex closed his eyes momentarily, trying in vain to ignore Mr.Addams' rambling, none of which seemed pertinent to their current conundrum. "Whatever's going on, it doesn't sound like we're going to be arriving at something positive." He speculated, glancing over his shoulder. "Inzjana, any luck on matching the sensor signature to a specific ship? It'd certainly help if we could pull up some information from the database...who they are and where they were going."

"Mr.Addams, I reckon you must be a proficient pilot with so many titles under your belt. With all the races you've been in, how familiar are you with the technology of other species? Potentially non-Federation?"

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #51 on: May 28, 2018, 03:59:29 pm »
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Inzjana raised her eyebrow musing over what her captain just iterated and wondered something else, "Indeed Captain...and also why is a Vulcan ship transmitting such an iniquitous message in the first place. Far be it for me to speculate ma'am, but perhaps their assailant is aboard their vessel."

Inzjana turned around and continued her study of the telemetry data from the subspace sensors. All evidence suggested that the vessel they were heading towards, now at maximum warp, was the only vessel on this vector, but any good scientist know's 'just because you cannot see something doesn't mean that it isn't there, it doesn't mean it is either'.
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T'Ra nodded at the science officer's remark. It was something that had not occurred to her, that there might be an intruder on the ship itself. "Let's continue scanning for signs of cloaked vessels. Inzjana, can you detect any subspace disturbances that might interfere with any further communications between their ship and ours?"


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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #52 on: May 28, 2018, 04:49:44 pm »
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"Mr.Addams, I reckon you must be a proficient pilot with so many titles under your belt. With all the races you've been in, how familiar are you with the technology of other species? Potentially non-Federation?"
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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #54 on: May 29, 2018, 05:45:47 am »
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T'Ra nodded at the science officer's remark. It was something that had not occurred to her, that there might be an intruder on the ship itself. "Let's continue scanning for signs of cloaked vessels. Inzjana, can you detect any subspace disturbances that might interfere with any further communications between their ship and ours?"
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The sensors still showed only one vessel and although her science team were hard at work but Montaña and Rajagopalan have really had no experience with starships that could cloak, except herself, who was born on a Scimitar Class Warbird and Mart'Ang her Klingon science officer.
Cloaking devices use to just hide optically, then they could hide optically and thermally and then subspace cloaks came in to play, but no matter which was used vessel cloaked used fuel just like any other. The Romulans and Klingons worked hard to rid their vessels of any tell-tale with even the Romulans inventing the Phase-Shift Cloaking Device, which the Federation tried to imitate. Luckily for the Discovery they had Inzjana and Mart'Ang on board to 'see' past the illusion, which is exactly what the two had been doing.

Inzjana was hoping that it was a Klingon cloaking device which wasn't as advanced as the Romulan version and was looking for spatial distortions, but was also looking for quintessence particles, the tell-tail for the latest Romulan cloaking device. Unfortunately they were using a Romulan cloaking device, fortunately it was an older version and Mart'Ang was the first to spot it from Science Lab Two and excitedly - for a Klingon - sent Inzjana a text with the telemetry attached. Inzjana sent a text back to Mart'Ang congratulating him on his observance.

Inzjana was listening to the commanding officer of the Discovery with her mouth open, the words caught in her throat, for she was about to inform her captain of their findings at moment T'Ra asked, "Indeed Captain, Ensign Mart'Ang in Science Lab Two has spotted two distortions in close proximity to the Vulcan ship. Their vector suggests that we will intercept both cloaked vessels before we could reach the Vulcans ma'am."
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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #55 on: May 30, 2018, 02:56:59 pm »
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"Bring us to red alert and increase warp to maximum speed," T'Ra said, speaking both to the flight officers as well as the bridge in general. After about thirty seconds, the klaxons died down, though the blinking lights continued to cast a scarlet glow upon the faces of those present on the bridge. Once the ringing stopped in her ears, T'Ra turned to Adams. "You ready for some excitement?"


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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #56 on: June 01, 2018, 03:26:15 pm »
(Now that I am back.. I'll try to get us back on track...)

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Nevir sighed, but held on as the ship was brought in closer.  As they neared the location of the missing Science Vessel, a massive space station came into view, in a configuration that was clearly alien.  Distortions were everywhere, but they were all surprisingly inconsistent, which ruled out any ships cloaked.

"Captain... there's a signal underneath that... music..." he said, clearly not impressed with the original broadcast.  "I'm clearing it up." he said, before putting it on the screen.

"This will be an automated distress signal.  This is the Vulcan Science Vessel Sarek.  We have encountered an unknown power drain that has forced us to abandon the ship.  We have taken refuge into the nearby station to await for rescue, near what we believe is the operations center of the station.  Power levels are too low to secure our computers, and we have lost lifesupport on all decks.  This will be the final message from the Sarek.  This will be an automa-"

Nevir stood up, his arms crossed.  "It obviously did not drain all of the power... perhaps the ship drifted too far out of range.  Or they were able to stop the power drain.  Either way, it seems clear that we have two locations to check out.  Captain?" he said, turning towards T'Ra.

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #57 on: June 02, 2018, 01:11:08 am »
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This was Jeb's first day on the job. He was in a state of constant awe of the ship, of deep space, and of just about everything else. Even his uniform, a mundane and functional one (the closest thing on this ship, other than crew quarters, to the plain practices of his Amish childhood), bedazzled him.
As he exited the turbolift and entered the bridge, Jeb's amazement both grew and began to be overshadowed with nervousness. The atmosphere seemed tense, there was something going on, and he could swear he was a dinosaur out the corner of his eye (he had heard rumors of one, but didn't know if they were true or if his eyes were playing tricks on him). To make matters more baffling, a Vulcan woman with 4 pips and a red collar (the Captain?) was at the Ops console.
He shuffled towards the oh-so-very-senior officer, and nervously addressed her.
"Um... uh... Captain. I can... uh... handle that... console."
Almost immediately he mentally slapped himself for sounding as nervous as he really was. That would absolutely not play to his advantage.

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #58 on: June 02, 2018, 03:06:58 am »
"Captain... there's a signal underneath that... music..." he said, clearly not impressed with the original broadcast.  "I'm clearing it up." he said, before putting it on the screen.

"This will be an automated distress signal.  This is the Vulcan Science Vessel Sarek.  We have encountered an unknown power drain that has forced us to abandon the ship.  We have taken refuge into the nearby station to await for rescue, near what we believe is the operations center of the station.  Power levels are too low to secure our computers, and we have lost lifesupport on all decks.  This will be the final message from the Sarek.  This will be an automa-"

Nevir stood up, his arms crossed.  "It obviously did not drain all of the power... perhaps the ship drifted too far out of range.  Or they were able to stop the power drain.  Either way, it seems clear that we have two locations to check out.  Captain?" he said, turning towards T'Ra.
"Um... uh... Captain. I can... uh... handle that... console."
Almost immediately he mentally slapped himself for sounding as nervous as he really was. That would absolutely not play to his advantage.


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