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Chat Log | Sky Harbor Aegis | 8 May 2020

= /\ = Aegis Mission Brief 5/8/20 = /\ =
= /\ = 8 June 2388 - Stardate 2388.159 = /\ =

TBS is 1 minute. The time is 1200 hours (12:00 pm) Aegis Local.
Medical, Engineering, and Science are working on a stable micro-wormhole that will allow a switch through space and time.
If everything goes well, Nijil’s brain will contain his thoughts and Prani’s brain will contain her thoughts.
Chirakis: =/\=BEGIN SIM=/\=
Chirakis: =/\=BEGIN SIM=/\=
Chirakis: =/\=BEGIN SIM=/\=
Sierra Robinson: :: sees the Commander flip " The Switch " ::
Jylliene: ::CnC::
mimipavilion: ::in medical::
Dacia Sandero: :::in the Sickbay::
Jylliene: ::monitoring power::
Dacia Sandero: ::checks Prani's biosigns::
Chirakis: :::CnC, having heard something strange:::
Amanda Davis PhD: ::checking Intensive care, just in case:::
Nijil tr'Korjata: :: Down in engineering ::
Dacia Sandero: ::checking with her miiind::
Tae'Lynn Dran: ::Considering all the ways this could go horribly horribly wrong::
Sierra Robinson: :: wondering what will happen ::
Nijil tr'Korjata: :: Throws hands up :: This will do nothing. :: sighs ::
Amanda Davis PhD: ::then she moves into neurosurgery to confer with her attendants::
Sierra Robinson: :: looks to Nijil but does not say anything ::
Dacia Sandero: ::readies other things::
Nijil tr'Korjata: :: Sitting at a console in main engineering, watching the results. She wondered the accuracy of their calculations ::
Nijil tr'Korjata: :: mutters :: Vertirons...
Chirakis: :::Jyl:: Commander Kital, see if you can find what caused the crashing sound. I believe it came from engineering. ::as she monitors tactical, since her first is busy cutting things up:::
Cdr Wyatt Cayne: :: Using his outside office tactical stations, wanted to see what was going on in the CnC and being in the office was not cutting it ::
Jylliene: Yes ma'am. +Engineering+ Ops to Engineering.
Sierra Robinson: :: looks to Commander Coleridge ::
Scott Coleridge: ::monitors the power spikes and other output::
Amanda Davis PhD: ::: exits the surgical complex and hunts for Mimi:::
Tae'Lynn Dran: ::gathers the latest simulation data and steps out of the lab::
mimipavilion: ::in her office until she's needed::
Dacia Sandero: ::hunts for another cup of tea:::
Jylliene: +Engineering+ Ops to Engineering.
Nijil tr'Korjata: +Ops+ Engineering here Commander.
Scott Coleridge: Well, that was a lot of data.
Amanda Davis PhD: :::spots Mimi in her office and knocks:::
Jylliene: +Eng+ Everything intact down there? We heard a crashing sound.
Scott Coleridge: It's going to take a while to wade through the particulars.
mimipavilion: Come in.
Nijil tr'Korjata: It's going to be multi-spectral over four dimensions, and likely a lot more since I don't believe the Federation has much experience in creating a stable artificial wormhole.
Tae'Lynn Dran: ::enters engineering::
Nijil tr'Korjata: +Ops+ I think the Commander here made some kind of tactile interface to the generator.
Scott Coleridge: We have about zero experience.
Jylliene: ::pondering::
Jylliene: +Eng+ ...I see. Everything is intact?
Nijil tr'Korjata: It took me ten years to build the generator.
Chirakis: ::receiving information from RSE Praetor, that is in low orbit::
Scott Coleridge: +Ops+ Coleridge here. The first test was a success, in the sense that it produced a lot of data. I don't know yet whether we have the kind of stability profile we need.
Nijil tr'Korjata: +Ops+ Integrity is holding.
mimipavilion: ::looks up to see Amanda at the door:: Come in Amanda.
Jylliene: I guess that means nothing actually crashed down there?
Jylliene: ::glances at Chirakis::
Scott Coleridge: +Ops+ The generator functions as intended. The micro-wormhole stayed open for the programmed duration. But there is a possibility the internal structure of the wormhole is malformed, which would result in the loss of anything we try to transmit through it.
Nijil tr'Korjata: +Ops+ I would wager a resonance was created at the point the generator released the most energetic particles.
Tae'Lynn Dran: ::logs into a console and uploads the simulation data while also downloading the new results::
Chirakis: :::turns, nods to Jyl, listening:::
Sierra Robinson: :: notes Tae'Lynn Dran's arrival ..another person she will have to introduce herself to when she gets a chance ::
Amanda Davis PhD: :::Enters::: This waiting is the worst part.
Jylliene: +Nijil/Prani, Coleridge+ I see. Keep us updated on the status.
Nijil tr'Korjata: First step is to create a wormhole without much concern for spacial dimensions let alone time.
mimipavilion: I know. Just glad to be using this time to catch up on the paperwork piling up on my desk.
Nijil tr'Korjata: I mean, what are the chances we create one with an opening near a pulsar or blackhole?
Jylliene: ::glances to Chirakis:: So it seems some sort of resonance with the test is what the crash was. No reported damage.
Sierra Robinson: :: gets a status report and proceeds to download to a PADD ::
Cdr Wyatt Cayne: :: Looks up from his work ::
Jylliene: ::not seeing damage reports coming in or anything::
Scott Coleridge: Wait, that's it.
Chirakis: ::long sigh::: If we endure this, we can endure anything.
Nijil tr'Korjata: The generator in my end is a bit bigger than this station. A small rogue moon helps.
Scott Coleridge: I totally forgot about that. ::tapping on the console:: The Federation *does* have experience with micro-wormholes. We once lost a starship in the Delta Quadrant and we used a pulsar to jumpstart a micro-wormhole communication system.
Nijil tr'Korjata: Itinerant pulse. I read about it.
Amanda Davis PhD: Yes. Paperwork. Unfortunately, mine was done. May I help you with yours? Just sitting and waiting is driving me crazy.
Amanda Davis PhD: ...and that's a strange thing for a doctor to say.
mimipavilion: Sure.
Amanda Davis PhD: ::sits:: Thank you.
Sierra Robinson: Sounds like the old MIDAS array.
Nijil tr'Korjata: Project Pathfinder if I read correctly.. and I read your text rather slowly
Chirakis: ::contacts USS Missouri for a SITREP:::
Sierra Robinson: :: walks over to Commander Coleridge with a PADD :: Power Grid Integrity data during the experiment sir. :: hands the Commander the PADD for inspection ::
Scott Coleridge: ::takes the PADD:: Thank you, Ensign.
Sierra Robinson: :: nods and returns to her Power Grid Monitoring Station ::
Scott Coleridge: ::Prani:: Since our generator isn't as powerful as the one on our end, instead of trying to supply a constant matrix, we could use itinerant pulses of verterons to re-stabilize it.
Scott Coleridge: Easier on our generator, but sufficient to keep the wormhole open long enough to effect the transfer.
Nijil tr'Korjata: Commander?
Scott Coleridge: Yes?
Nijil tr'Korjata: You don't have the technology to affect the transfer of our minds, so what was the plan? If the ends of the wormhole were close enough I could be beamed to them.
Nijil tr'Korjata: I could repair our systems in the past and reconnect on this end.
Scott Coleridge: I thought science and medical were working on that part. I was just building wormholes.
Nijil tr'Korjata: I have not observed their work on the transfer.
Amanda Davis PhD: ::flipping through Mimi's PADD work:::
Scott Coleridge: I thought we were going to create a wormhole and then your people would do... their thing.
Nijil tr'Korjata: Well, if the timing is not right we miss the window
Nijil tr'Korjata: We'd have to let them know when our next attempt was, then do it then.
Nijil tr'Korjata: Or they could do the same, let us know when they are ready.
Chirakis: :::USS Anjui is standing by:::
Scott Coleridge: But if we manage to make a wormhole to the appropriate time, then they will know we're making an attempt.
Scott Coleridge: ::scratches his head:: I'm confused again. Time travel is the worst.
Scott Coleridge: Please don't tell me I brushed up on quaternions for no reason.
Nijil tr'Korjata: Right. Muuhi should be listening for attempts, as well as Nijil... once he is over the shock of being...me
Sierra Robinson: ::: monitors the EPS grid for any ...post stress issues ::
Nijil tr'Korjata: This is a literal 'timing is everything'
Scott Coleridge: ::management really does a number on your practical skills, it turns out::
Chirakis: :::steps toward Jyl::: (w)Commander, when it is time for the change, leave. I will replace you at OPS if need be.
Tae'Lynn Dran: Commander, the temporal variable being misaligned could in one simulation result in multiple transferals over several quantum barriers. I think the Captain might be miffed if you imprint multiple Nijil's over the entire crew.
Jylliene: ::nods to Chirakis:: Thank you, ma'am.
Jylliene: ::sends a message to medical to ask them to inform her when they're ready to make the attempt so that she can be there.::
Nijil tr'Korjata: When will the next generation be attempted?
Nijil tr'Korjata: Ours was on a ten hour cycle
Dacia Sandero: :::gets the message::: I'm ready here, at least on my end.
mimipavilion: ::gets a message notification from Jylliene and replies back that we're ready::
Amanda Davis PhD: :::looks up::: We're ready.
Scott Coleridge: ::Dran:: That's true.
Scott Coleridge: ::Prani:: We're capable of generating another wormhole at any time. I would like to go over this data some more, and consult science and medical about their progress, so we have a more concrete plan before we attempt anything... serious.
Chirakis: ::her arms cross as she stands in the center of CnC::: +Scott+ Commander, report.
Sierra Robinson: :: looks to Prani/ Nijil hoping that this isn't to disappointing ::
Scott Coleridge: +Chirakis+ Captain, I'm encouraged by our initial test. I want to go over the data we just generated to make sure there aren't any subtle problems we still need to address. Then we'll be ready to convene the teams and take action.
Jylliene: ::blinks:: Weren't they just doing their testing...? <q>
Chirakis: :::sighs::: +Scott+ Very well. Carry on.
Jylliene: ::sends another message to medical:: "You mean you're getting ready to do the transfer right now?":::
Jylliene: (written message, not verbal)
Jylliene: ::confused by what she's been hearing from engineering, as they're still testing::
Dacia Sandero: ::makes an 'OK' sign::
Scott Coleridge: ::Prani:: I'm not worried about "syncing." Ten hours there doesn't have to mean here. We can permute the wormholes across the subspace axes until we locate the correct intersection.
Sierra Robinson: :: listens ::
mimipavilion: ::sends a message "We did several tests in simulation::Amanda:: Jylliene sounds confused.
Scott Coleridge: Actually I could write a program for that... but we should look over this data first. ::gestures at the readouts::
Tae'Lynn Dran: ::already running simulations with the data::
Chirakis: :::returns to TAC:::
Dacia Sandero: :::nods::: Yes, lots of tests.
Scott Coleridge: ::Dran:: I assume you and Tarisa have been discussing the quantum coherence problem? I hooked a Heisenberg compensator into the rig in case that helps.
Jylliene: ::msg to med:: I mean that when you are about to attempt the actual transfer, let me know so that I can be there.
Tae'Lynn Dran: That has been part of the simulations though the computer models have not been consistent.
Amanda Davis PhD: I should go to her, Mimi. :::stands::: She'll need a friend by her side.
mimipavilion: ::replies to Jyl, "Will do"::
mimipavilion: ::Amanda:: Well she's on the CnC right now.
Jylliene: ::Mimi:: "Thank you."
Scott Coleridge: ::Dran:: Good, as long as we're making progress, I think we're on the verge of everything coming together.
Amanda Davis PhD: Thank you. +Jyl+ I'm coming down. Would you like some scones? Tea?
Jylliene: ::puzzled:: +Amanda+ I'm...on duty. Tea? I suppose? Thank you.
Chirakis: :::message from RSE Fek'lhr:::
Jylliene: ::increasingly confused as to whether medical understood what she was asking or not::
Amanda Davis PhD: +Jyl+ I'll be right down.
Amanda Davis PhD: :::tea in hand, she enters the lift::: CnC
Tae'Lynn Dran: Not to divert from the current plan but would simply disassociating the entanglement clear the overwritten personality and allow the natural synaptic pattern to return?
Jylliene: ::continues running analyses of power patterns::
Amanda Davis PhD: :::enters CnC with the tea... plus a few scones:::
Chirakis: ::turns:: Doctor Davis. ::nods:::
Scott Coleridge: ::Dran:: My understanding is that this is not a true entanglement phenomenon but rather a complete synaptic repatterning at the quantum level. But I'm not the neurologist.
Sierra Robinson: :: focuses in on energy readings supplying the warp fields that keep the subspace pocket in the power core intact ::
Amanda Davis PhD: Hello, Captain. :::moves to Jyl::: Tea... and a few scones, just in case. ::turns:: Captain, would you like some scones as well?
Jylliene: Thank you ::smiles::
Chirakis: :::slight turn in her direction::: Thank you, no. Perhaps later.
Dacia Sandero: ::sipping her tea with a scone as she waits for everything to get started:::
Amanda Davis PhD: ::settles in at Aux OPS::: I'll join you. It's been a trying few days.
Sierra Robinson: :: opens another window on her terminal and reads if anything ...wormhole related could affect the chamber ::
Jylliene: That it has been.
Jylliene: ::nods in agreement::
Tae'Lynn Dran: Then getting the transfer matrix stable is even more of a concern. One inversion could be fatal. I am rather surprised it worked in the first place without casualties.
Chirakis: 10:55 PM
Scott Coleridge: Their technology seems to be quite advanced in this respect.
Scott Coleridge: ::Dran:: I appreciate your help with reviewing the data. Fresh eyes and all. I think I need to go talk to medical and make sure they're ready on their end. If you'll excuse me.
Scott Coleridge: (q) Maybe keep an eye on... our guest.
Tae'Lynn Dran: Perhaps, though I think a return method would have been a good idea. Somewhat like inventing supersonic flight before perfecting the landing gear don't you think?
Chirakis: ((two minutes))
Tae'Lynn Dran: ::whispers:: Understood.
Sierra Robinson: :: pulls something up on Verteron pulses and hopes nothing like that will be used ::
Amanda Davis PhD: Oh... my.... +Mimi+ I left some scones in the oven in my office. Could you take them out, please?
Scott Coleridge: ::Robinson:: Ensign, you have the deck. ::leaves engineering, thinking about the program he'll write to shoot verteron pulses at the wormhole to keep it stable::
mimipavilion: +Amanda+ Will do.
Sierra Robinson: Understood sir.
mimipavilion: ::gets up and rushes to Amanda's office to take the scones out of the oven::
Chirakis: ((last words))
Sierra Robinson: :: notes the huge deck before her...::
Tae'Lynn Dran: ::takes a moment to look at Coleridge's device::
Amanda Davis PhD: ::sighs:::
Chirakis: =/\==/\=PAUSE SIM=/\==/\=
Chirakis: =/\==/\=PAUSE SIM=/\==/\=
Chirakis: Thank you
Chirakis: Stand by
Chirakis: TBS will be one day.
Chirakis: Words for the crew, Commander?
Scott Coleridge: Nope
Chirakis: Questions or comments from the crew?
Chirakis: Thank you for visiting, Commander Neufeld.
Chirakis: Crew dismissed. Be well. Be Safe. Don’t forget your towel.

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