You have just entered room "Celestial Prime."
Kiley Airell: Hey J!
VAdm Blackthorne
: Hello!
CaptDougMcKnight: Admiral on deck.
WillFMarlowe has entered the room.
CaptDougMcKnight: ::snickers::
CaptDougMcKnight: Heya, Will.
Kiley Airell: Hey Will
: 'Evening, everyone.
VAdm Blackthorne: It's the "play on a shitty hotel connection" hour!
LtNicoleWeis: WIL!!!
: heya admiral
VAdm Blackthorne
: It's alright. At least it's free.
CaptDougMcKnight: Free kicks ass.
Kiley Airell: Free is nice
Lt TKirr
has entered the room.
CaptDougMcKnight: Heya, T'Kirr.
Kiley Airell: Hey TKirr
: Where's Zinthys these days?
Lt TKirr: Heya... whoops
Lt Dakota Ellis: Hi TKirr
Lt TKirr: Yay, Ellis is here =)
Lt Dakota Ellis: yeap and I'm awake..
Lt Dakota Ellis: for now
Lt TKirr: I was gonna send you the transcript from last week.. whoops
Lt Dakota Ellis: lol I was on line last week but I ended up falling asleep
VAdm Blackthorne: I wanna fall asleep, sheesh
CaptDougMcKnight: Perhaps after the sim.
Lt TKirr: Basically.. I sent a sample of DNA we obtained from the gas cloud for you to analyze. :-P
Kiley Airell: You're not the only one
Lt Dakota Ellis
: ahh
Kiley Airell: (who's tired)
Lt TKirr
: Btw.. what species was on that now-lifeless planet?
VAdm Blackthorne: A human/other random people colony.
Lt TKirr: Oks
Lt TKirr: Other random people... rofl, I guess I'd be included in that...
VAdm Blackthorne: I think we need to sim before we all all asleep.
Lt TKirr: Hey Ellis, I'm a 'random person'
VAdm Blackthorne: I'm half random person.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::laughs:: I guess I would be one too
Lt TKirr: Hehe
CaptDougMcKnight: I'm pure blood monkey man.
CaptDougMcKnight: Yay me.
Lt TKirr: I miss Markus already. <_>
Kiley Airell: why's Aaron gone?
VAdm Blackthorne
: Okay, let's get going before sleep takes over. Attention!
CaptDougMcKnight: ::AA::
Kiley Airell: ::AA::
Lt TKirr
: ::AA::
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::AA::
WillFMarlowe: ::AA::
LtNicoleWeis: ::AA::
VAdm Blackthorne
: Alright, last week, the startling revalation that the gas cloud near the former colony contains human DNA hit us.
VAdm Blackthorne: We're stopped at the edge of the cloud, doing further studies. Questions?
Kiley Airell: ((gaaaa . . . bbiab))
VAdm Blackthorne
: I suppose not.
VAdm Blackthorne: BEGIN SIM
VAdm Blackthorne: BEGIN SIM
VAdm Blackthorne: BEGIN SIM
Lt TKirr: <<Sorry, my husband just spilled a plate of fries he just cooked all over the kitchen floor>>
VAdm Blackthorne: ((Let him clean it up))
Lt TKirr: <<I am, lol>>
LtNicoleWeis: (LOL)
Lt TKirr
: ::in the Lab, helping Ellis with the analyses::
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::working in the lab::
VAdm Blackthorne: ::staring at the cloud on the viewscreen::
CaptDougMcKnight: ::Stands on the bridge, having delivered his mission report, now just staring out the view screen:: I thought you should know, I've taken the liberty of putting security on heightened alert, though I'm not sure what good it'll do.
Lt Dakota Ellis: This is just gross.. I'm really going to need a shower
VAdm Blackthorne: Doesn't look like there's anything left to guard against.
WillFMarlowe: ::in sickbay, busy with the "autopsies" of Nelson and Eller::
LtNicoleWeis: ::knocks on will's lab door::
Kiley Airell
: ((bak for the moment))
Lt TKirr
: ::looks up from her sample at Ellis with a curious expression::
Kiley Airell: ::on the bridge::
: Enter.
CaptDougMcKnight: Except that thing coming back for us.
WillFMarlowe: ::to tech:: Put these into storage. ::gestures to the containers holding the liquid remains of the two nurses::
WillFMarlowe: Tech> Yes doctor.
VAdm Blackthorne: It's been here and eaten everything. Why come back?
LtNicoleWeis: ::walks in:: heya will, i'm back, so you wann fill me in on whats going on?
Lt Dakota Ellis
: You don't find it a little gross that there are tiny bits of humans in that cloud?
CaptDougMcKnight: I dunno, maybe it divided before moving on. I'd rather be called paranoid than caught with my pants down, sir.
Lt TKirr: ::lifts a brow as she turns back to her testing:: DNA is found in many places. This is just another location.
VAdm Blackthorne: Yes, you're right.
Lt Dakota Ellis: human gas clouds and killer jello.. still gross
CaptDougMcKnight: Any thoughts on our next move then?
WillFMarlowe: Several hours ago, a drug test in lab 1 caused an explosion. Nelson and Eller seem to have been exposed to a lethal byproduct, but as to what that is . . . ? ::sighs and shrugs:: The tests all came back negative.
VAdm Blackthorne: We need to track it and figure out where it's going next. And figure out a way to fight it that doesn't involve denonating a warp core in its center.
LtNicoleWeis: hrmm
: There's no trace of anything even remotely harmful in what remains of either of them--much less anything so volatile as to cause this . . . ::gestures to the containers of liquid corpse as they're carted off to a freezer::
Lt TKirr: ::removes the container and replaces it with another, labeling the first:: This one is Human, too.
LtNicoleWeis: ::doesn't even their death::
: *envy
: I'll start running some simulations, but unfortunately, all our practical data on the last son of a bitch was eaten and/or blown up.
LtNicoleWeis: are there anymore tests you could run?
: At the moment, I've got the computer analyzing the residue from the explosion. I sent to Starfleet Medical for information about the drug, but I haven't heard back yet.
WillFMarlowe: Have you ever heard of anything like this?
VAdm Blackthorne: ::nods:: We need a good chemical breakdown of what it's made out of, so we know what weapons would affect it.
LtNicoleWeis: ::thinks for a moment::
VAdm Blackthorne
: Work with Science.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::tests another sample:: ok granted that there's bits of human DNA everywhere.. But in a gas cloud out in the middle of space?
CaptDougMcKnight: Yes, sir. If there's nothing else, I'll get on that right now.
LtNicoleWeis: ::shakes head:: nah, I haven't but then again, I've encountered a lot of stuff i had never experienced or heard of before on this ship
VAdm Blackthorne
: ::nods at him:: Dismissed.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::looks down at the readings:: These aren't human
LtNicoleWeis: is it possible, sir, that both of them had something different in their systems that could cause a reatcion like that?
Lt Dakota Ellis
: humaniod but not human.. I'll run it through a medical data base to see if we can throw a stone and hit a race
VAdm Blackthorne: ::sits down heavily in his chair::
WillFMarlowe: I don't know.
LtNicoleWeis: ::shrugs:: just a thought
: ::Nods back and crosses over to the turbolift:: Deck 6.
Kiley Airell: you okay Admiral?
: but, if you want to get your mind off that for right now, i have something else for you ::smiles::
VAdm Blackthorne
: Seems we've seen a lot of dead colonies lately.
Lt TKirr: ::nods to Ellis::
WillFMarlowe: Computer> Analysis complete. Molecular composition of substance: dihydrogen monoxide.
LtNicoleWeis: ::glares at the computer:: or maybe not
Kiley Airell
: ::nods:: That is true. We seem to have more then our fair share of them.
: Water?
WillFMarlowe: What the hell? There's no way . . .
LtNicoleWeis: ::gives will a weird look and lets him going into his cheif smarty pants mode::
VAdm Blackthorne
: I wonder what random entity is going to come out of nowhere next and start eating people.
Kiley Airell: Do you see them in your dreams?
VAdm Blackthorne
: ::shakes head:: I see one victim of all this in my dreams.
Kiley Airell: and who is that?
VAdm Blackthorne
: Amythyst.
CaptDougMcKnight: ::Emerges on deck 6, and makes his way to the science lab, greeting Ellis and T'Kirr with a nod as he enters:: Heya, folks. Hope I'm not interrupting anything useful.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ya know they told us about how our lives could be threatened by the romulans, the borg, Carddies, no one at the academy ever told us about being eaten by space jello and space gas
Kiley Airell: You really connected with her, didn't you?
Lt TKirr
: No, but we learned to keep an open mind, as space is so largely unexlored.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::looks over at McKight:: How about you? Assimulated or eaten?
VAdm Blackthorne: More than I've connected with anyone since... well, before the war.
Lt TKirr: ::glances back at McKnight::
VAdm Blackthorne: ((Okay now that's a macabre conversation down there. ))
WillFMarlowe: ::collapses into a chair and glares at the console:: Someone at Starfleet Medical has a lot of explaining to do.
Kiley Airell: Do you want to talk about it?
: Assuming death by phaser or pointy object is out? Guess I'd have to go with eaten then. All those prosthetics do nothing for me.
CaptDougMcKnight: Plus, they'd probably shave the beard. That, I will not suffer.
LtNicoleWeis: ::hopes up on the table and looks at will:: whats wrong with the computer analysis?
VAdm Blackthorne
: ::looks at Kiley::
Lt Dakota Ellis: (brb gotta get the can off the fire ecsape)
Kiley Airell: ::smiles to the admiral:: in a more private setting of course
VAdm Blackthorne
: ((the what off the what?))
LtNicoleWeis: (( somestimes it's better to not ask))
VAdm Blackthorne
: ::chuckles softly:: Yes the bridge isn't quite the place for that sort of thing.
Lt TKirr: We are running tests on the DNA samples the probe retrieved.
Kiley Airell: ::smiles:: I very much agree, that's how rumors start.
Lt TKirr
: So far, we have come up with mostly Human DNA, and that of two other species.
VAdm Blackthorne: ::stands and walks to his RR door, gestures for Kiley to follow::
VAdm Blackthorne: ::enters::
CaptDougMcKnight: Ah, the lieutenant knows not to pass up a chance to change the subject. I like that. Got anything on the sucker who did the eating?
Lt Dakota Ellis: (back)
Kiley Airell: ::rises and follows the Admiral::
Lt Dakota Ellis
: (Err.. cat.. had to get the cat)
WillFMarlowe: The computer is trying to tell me that the substance that caused the explosion was water. Water! How absurd.
LtNicoleWeis: ((LOL< that makes more sense))
VAdm Blackthorne
: ((Yes, that does make more sense.))
WillFMarlowe: ::stands up and storms out of the lab and into his office::
Lt TKirr: I believe Ellis is running several tests now that may or may not yield results. There are many variables to work through.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::looking at another sample but here's a sudden beeping coming from the computer on her desk::
LtNicoleWeis: ::gets up and follows will:: but sir, you know as well as i do how many absurb things happen on this ship, heck, i just visited a planet where there were no people all there was was green goo
Kiley Airell
: ::takes a seat:: So, you want to tell me about your dreams?
Lt Dakota Ellis
: ::walks over to the beeping and opens the new file:: I forgot about this..
Lt TKirr: ::looks over at Ellis:: Lieutenant?
VAdm Blackthorne: At least let me pour a drink first, sheesh. ::chuckles and makes a gin and tonic::
WillFMarlowe: The green goo didn't come from Starfleet Medical, did it? ::sits at his desk and starts hammering out one hell of a flame mail to Medical HQ::
Lt Dakota Ellis: I was trying to see if I could find that unknown compund from the killer jello in other data bases..
LtNicoleWeis: ::speaks softly:: will, what if there is something to the water factor, something that everything else is missing?
Lt Dakota Ellis
: The computer's found a match
CaptDougMcKnight: Any luck?
Lt TKirr: ::now curious, walks closer:: To what?
CaptDougMcKnight: (D'oh. Too slow.)
Kiley Airell: ::chuckles::
VAdm Blackthorne
: ::sits down and sips at the drink:: Yes, she still haunts my dreams.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::looks up and moves her screen so the others can see:: It's ionized boron and it's in the gas we've been testing
Kiley Airell: Are the dreams all the same?
Lt TKirr
: ::squints at the screen, then peers at Ellis:: It broke down into ionized boron?
VAdm Blackthorne: Not really. Just flashes of the time we spent together.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::nods::
Lt TKirr: ::stares at the screen again, then starts tapping at the panel::
CaptDougMcKnight: Boron...well, that's fascinating. Say, I don't suppose this would help us blow the thing up, would it?
Lt Dakota Ellis: with traces of sulfide
LtNicoleWeis: whatif something was in the water, something that no one has been able to trace yet?
Kiley Airell
: do they wake you up or cause trouble sleeping?
Lt TKirr
: That certainly matches the gas cloud we are studying.
Lt Dakota Ellis: What's the mater Captain can't find any animals to kill?
VAdm Blackthorne: No, but I'll wake up .... melancholy, I suppose. At least with my ex-wife, I made the choice.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::looks at TKirr:: So what's the connection we're missing?
WillFMarlowe: ::finishes the message and sends:: I'm going to keep looking, naturally. But this . . . Whatever it is, it's deadly. It kills, destroys the body, and vanishes. At least to all outward appearances.
WillFMarlowe: If it's a disease, it could be the deadliest in a long time. If it's a poison, we have to find out who's responsible.
Lt TKirr: ::brings up information on the biomass and the cloud on her panel, comparing the two::
LtNicoleWeis: ::puts a PADD down on will's desk:: btw, this is my report from the planet, is there any chance that whatever messed things up for the people down there did this up here?
: ::Rolls his eyes, not deigning to give that a response, as he waits for the two lab coats to finish making whatever breakthrough it is they're making::
Lt TKirr: In the forms we scanned them in, they show no discernable similarities.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::wonders if there's scent in space.. with all the sulfide it must really stink if there is::
Kiley Airell: I never really got to know her that well. Tell me a little about her.
Lt TKirr
: ::points at a diagram:: We found DNA in the cloud, and no trace of the unknown compound.
Lt TKirr: However, we found the unknown compound on the planet, connecting the planet to the biomass. The cloud is connected to the planet by the DNA within it.
VAdm Blackthorne: My ex wife or Amythyst?
Kiley Airell: Why don't we start with Amythyst
: ::shakes his head:: I don't know. ::picks up the PADD:: Let's have a look.
CaptDougMcKnight: So...we're looking a cloud of waste?
CaptDougMcKnight: (at a)
LtNicoleWeis: I know our wonderful people in science are looking over everything and running tests and such, i'm sure they have more information now then what that has, but i figured theres the possibility that it might help
Lt Dakota Ellis
: There's no sign of the mass which would have left the waste behind..
VAdm Blackthorne: Insatiably curious, yet everytime save for a few choice moments, she was smacked in the face by humanity.
Kiley Airell: Is that what drew you to her?
Lt TKirr
: ::brings up the data from Ellis' search:: If the carbon of the dissolved lifeforms reacted with the unknown compound and the liquid phospate and magnesium of the biomass, it could, in theory--
WillFMarlowe: I doubt if they're connected. ::puts the PADD down:: The drug we tested came straight from Starfleet. There shouldn't be any relation.
Lt Dakota Ellis: be the biomass?
LtNicoleWeis: yeah, i know but i figured since this odd occurance happened here it would be worth a look over, oh well ::flops down in a chair accross from will's desk::
Lt TKirr
: <<Sec, I couldn't fit it all, lol>>
VAdm Blackthorne: It was a purity of sort. She hadn't developed the cynicism that we gain as we grow older, and everything was new and fresh to her - but that was also her downfall, because that cynicism developed quickly because of her time here.
WillFMarlowe: ::sighs:: It was a thought, at least.
LtNicoleWeis: ::mutters:: why can't anything normall happen around here
Lt TKirr
: -- yield the ionized boron we find in the cloud, greatly reducing the density, turning liquid into gas. The protiens of the DNA would be the bi-product.
VAdm Blackthorne: ((Well, if you really want a sim where all we do is catalog gaseous anomalies I can do that))
LtNicoleWeis: ((lol, nope, not on your life))
: If everything happened normally, I doubt that we'd be here at all. There probably wouldn't be a "here"--a starship dedicated to exploration--to begin with.
Kiley Airell: ((LOL))
: i know ::sighs::
Lt Dakota Ellis
: what as way to end your life.. as bi-product
LtNicoleWeis: i do enjoy the interesting life we live here, it's just sometimes the stress of it gets to me
: I'm sorry, are you trying to say that this thing vaporizes when it comes in contact with carbon?
Lt TKirr: ::sets Ellis with a serious look:: We need to test what reaction carbon would have with the unknown compound to prove my theory.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::can't tell if that face is Vulcan for knock it off or get me some coffee::
Lt Dakota Ellis: I think she said that when gets full from eating humans it turns to gas
Lt TKirr: <<rofl>>
WillFMarlowe: There's always a price. ::his console bleeps:: That was fast. ::opens the message from Starfleet Med. and reads aloud:: "Dr. Marlowe, let me first emphasize that there is no need for such an unprofessional tone when. . .
Kiley Airell: Do you feel responsible for it?
VAdm Blackthorne
: ::nods:: Yes.
Lt TKirr: ::turns to McKnight:: If it does indeed react how I predict, then this gaseous cloud *used* to be a biomass, but is a much less... *hungry* biomass.
LtNicoleWeis: ::giggles behind hand::
: . . . communicating with us in an official capacity. Furthermore" . . .
Lt TKirr: <<Poor Marlowe.. O.o>>
Kiley Airell: Do you think you should have done something differently?
: . . . ::closes the message and sighs again:: They don't know anything.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::goes over to a locker and pulls out a sample of biomass:: Here ya go Lt.. test away.
VAdm Blackthorne: If I had only had more time...
LtNicoleWeis: ::sighs and leans back in the chair::
: so cheif, how do we proceed from here?
Lt TKirr
: ::takes the sample container, eyes hesitating on Ellis for a moment, then moves to the equipment to begin testing::
Lt Dakota Ellis: Lets put it in a larger chamber and feed it Drake ::smiles::
CaptDougMcKnight: Does the mass of this gas cloud match up with what the Constitution ran into?
WillFMarlowe: More tests. ::stands and heads back to the lab:: There are always more tests.
Lt TKirr: No, but if this test is successful, then it was once.
VAdm Blackthorne: I've told someone this before, but I still feel the same about it. She didn't know what kind of feelings the brief intimate moment we had in the arboretum could lead to.
Lt TKirr: <<once = at one time>>
LtNicoleWeis: sir :runs to catch up:: you look exhausted, why don't you take a break, get ashower or something ::doesn't want to mention his smell:: and come back to this with a more refreshed mind?
VAdm Blackthorne
: Had she known that, she might have felt that her life was worth something, at least to her.
CaptDougMcKnight: Sorry, you lost me. I never was a whiz kid in science, but I thought mass wasn't destroyed by any chemical reaction.
Kiley Airell: Are you sure she didn't feel that her life was worth something?
VAdm Blackthorne
: Not with what she said before she went down there. Eight months later it still bothers me.
Kiley Airell: what did she say?
Lt Dakota Ellis
: not by anything we were trying
Lt TKirr: ::concentrating on her work, letting Ellis explain it to McKnight::
Lt Dakota Ellis: we were trying to kill it not feed it
VAdm Blackthorne: That she'd seen what it was to be human, and that it wasn't a good thing. Words to that effect. I don't want to repeat verbatim.
WillFMarlowe: I want to get these tests started first. . . Computer, begin subatomic analysis of substance. Level 3. I want a full workup as soon as possible. ::computer chirps compliance::
Lt Dakota Ellis: if that mass had eaten more of us then it would have turned into a gas cloud as well
Kiley Airell: ::nods:: I can see why that might weigh on you.
: well, i can monitar the tests and hold down sickbay and i'll contact you if anything at all happens
: I question was whether the mass of this gas could can account for the biomass we ran into. If not, that means it may still be out there, albeit smaller.
Lt TKirr: ::feeds the sample into the analyzer and programs it to respond to carbon::
VAdm Blackthorne: Another week, hell, even another day, and her choice may have been different.
WillFMarlowe: ::sighs:: All right. ::stands:: It's all yours. ::leaves sickbay::
CaptDougMcKnight: And if eating an entire colony of carbon based life forms didn't finish this thing off, I'm not sure what we could do to it with this information.
LtNicoleWeis: ::watchs will leave and worries about her boss some::
VAdm Blackthorne
: ((Law of Conservation of Mass comes out of nowhere!))
Lt TKirr: ::computer bleeps its completion:: Ionized boron.
Lt TKirr: ::looks over her shoulder:: Test is positive.
Kiley Airell: You think you really could have changed her mind?
: (From a marine!)
WillFMarlowe: ::struck by a vertigenous feeling of displacement as he steps into the corridor, though he'd never admit to it::
Lt Dakota Ellis: we could test the DNA we found for matches against the people we lost
LtNicoleWeis: ::goes into a seperate lab that she designated as hers::
VAdm Blackthorne
: ::nods:: I think so. I know it, really. And that's why it hurts so much. At least with my ex I made a concious choice. Amy was ripped away.
Lt TKirr: We could, but it would be tedious with the number to test.
WillFMarlowe: ::finds his way to a turbolift, and thence to his quarters::
CaptDougMcKnight: Tedious or not, I think the families might appreciate it, Lieutenant.
Lt TKirr: ::turns and looks to McKnight:: What is it the Admiral wishes us to destroy?
LtNicoleWeis: ::puts on some good music and begins working on one of her many experiments she had started::
: ::Shrugs:: He wants us to develop some weapon that can be used to destroy the bio mass. If that's already happened, cool.
Lt TKirr: The gas cloud *is* the biomass.
Lt TKirr: It shouldn't be too difficult to destroy in this form.
Kiley Airell: Did you get to say goodbye?
Lt Dakota Ellis
: ::wonders of the tips of her ears turn green like human's ears turn red when upset::
VAdm Blackthorne: Briefly, at the transporter pad.
CaptDougMcKnight: Well, sweet. The question, however, is whether we can do the job ourselves if we run into another these things? Before it's killed anyone else.
Lt Dakota Ellis: Setting off charges within the cloud should cause it to catch fire
CaptDougMcKnight: (OF these things)
LtNicoleWeis: ::frowns as the experiment doesn't go just right::
Lt Dakota Ellis
: as for the mass form we'd have to expose it to the carbon and then burn it... ::looks over at TKirr to see if that was even close::
Kiley Airell: What do you think the consequences would have been if she hadn't left? As I recall, the crystaline creatures weren't very friendly
Lt TKirr
: We will need to do further studies on the transformation process... but, ::nods to Ellis:: yes, it would involve carbon.
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::is a linguist after all::
LtNicoleWeis: ::turns up the music some to focus better::
VAdm Blackthorne
: Ah, yes, all of that Vulcan "good of the many" drivel. I never bought it. No one should have to sacrifice their life involuntarily. And had she - had we - had time, she wouldn't have wanted to go.
CaptDougMcKnight: (Testing...)
VAdm Blackthorne: We had a military solution to the Crystalline problem. They knew we could have dominated them, and they would have surrendered eventually. Instead we capitulate and lose perhaps the only truly unique lifeform we've ever known.
CaptDougMcKnight: (Crap.)
VAdm Blackthorne: Appeasement bullshit never works.
Lt TKirr: <<You lose a posting, Doug?>>
CaptDougMcKnight has left the room.
Lt TKirr: <<Doh...>>
CaptDougMcKnight has entered the room.
Lt TKirr: <<::pauses the Lab::>>
CaptDougMcKnight: (Sorry about that. My connections's recently decided it likes dying several times a night.)
Lt TKirr: Ensign Logan> ::frowns as a reading suddenly comes through the Science panel on the Bridge::
Lt TKirr: Ensign Logan> ::blanches and looks it over again::
LtNicoleWeis: ::causes a small cloud of smoke to appear from a little mizing of chemicals::
Lt TKirr
: Ensign Logan> ::smacks his badge:: +Blackthorne+ Bridge to Admiral Blackthorne!
LtNicoleWeis: whoops, not doingthat again
VAdm Blackthorne
: +Logan+ Blackthorne here.
Lt TKirr: Ensign Logan> +Blackthorne+ Sir, the cloud.. it's started shrinking.. growing in density.. ::looks at panel again:: ..and it's increasing exponentially...
VAdm Blackthorne: ::runs out onto the bridge::
VAdm Blackthorne: What's increasing, the density?
Kiley Airell: ::heads out to the bridge::
Lt TKirr
: Ensign Logan> Yes, sir. ::brings it up on screen::
LtNicoleWeis: ::hears computer beep dealing with will's experiments::
Lt TKirr
: Ensign Logan> You can't tell visually yet.. but my readings are clear.
VAdm Blackthorne: ::slides into the helm seat and backs the ship way back from the cloud::
VAdm Blackthorne: PAUSE SIM
VAdm Blackthorne: PAUSE SIM
VAdm Blackthorne: PAUSE SIM
Lt TKirr: ::pauses::
Lt Dakota Ellis: paused
Kiley Airell: ::paused::
: ::pauses::
LtNicoleWeis: :::apuesd
: ::paused::
VAdm Blackthorne: Well, that was certainly interesting.
Lt TKirr: O.o
VAdm Blackthorne: More to come next week on the next exciting episode of Star Trek: Atlantis! (since Enterprise is canceled, it's all we have :-( ))
Lt TKirr: <<::cries::>>
VAdm Blackthorne: Dismissed!
Lt TKirr: Btw, if any Trip/T'Pol fans are in here... I wrote a fic when I should've been writing a log... *COUGH*
Lt TKirr: It got a lot of positive feedback O.o
CaptDougMcKnight: lol...Good for you.
WillFMarlowe: 'Night, everyone!
VAdm Blackthorne: I make it a point not to read fanfics. :p
WillFMarlowe has left the room.
Lt TKirr: Pssh!
Lt Dakota Ellis: ::shas her Voyager dvds::
Kiley Airell has left the room.
Lt TKirr: It's realistic >_O
Lt TKirr: Night
VAdm Blackthorne: Night!
Lt Dakota Ellis: nighters
Lt TKirr has left the room.
Lt Dakota Ellis has left the room.