Conversation with #ussatlantis at Wed Oct 3 20:51:50 2012 on (irc)

(20:51:50) The topic for #ussatlantis is: Captain Veshin has sent information about their species, the Horathians, and their home planet to the Atlantis for Science and Medical to study. The senior staff hopes to find a new home for them, so that Veshin will cease his failing attempts at terraforming worlds with existing life. On another front, we're continuing to try to understand what attacked us on the first planet.
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(20:52:20) mode (+o CdrTKirr) by VAdmBlackthorne
(20:52:27) VAdmBlackthorne: Hiya folks
(20:56:18) DoctorTav: Good evening. T'Kirr, Wright and I are on the phone :)
(21:02:27) ColDougMcKnight [] entered the room.
(21:02:58) VAdmBlackthorne: Evening, Colonel
(21:03:32) ColDougMcKnight: Evening.
(21:03:50) DoctorTav: Hiya Mike
(21:05:08) LtJGAlexisWright: Phone call complete.
(21:05:11) LtJGAlexisWright: Hi, everyone!
(21:05:38) ColDougMcKnight: Hoy.
(21:07:55) LtJGAlexisWright: Also, I am supposed to say something about DisneyWorld and Jason. Or something like that?
(21:08:51) VAdmBlackthorne: Drank my way around the world at Epcot today.
(21:09:07) DoctorTav: So for tonight you are to be known as Admiral Sloshy?
(21:09:16) CdrTKirr: While I floated around an extension of the same lake all day. -_-
(21:09:35) VAdmBlackthorne: Nah, I'm sober now. I deserved it because my kitty died on Monday back home. :(
(21:09:42) LtJGAlexisWright: NO!
(21:09:48) DoctorTav: Aw
(21:09:51) DoctorTav: That sucks
(21:09:54) DoctorTav: I'm sorry man.
(21:09:55) ColDougMcKnight: Oooh, Mario died? I'm so sorry.
(21:09:55) LtJGAlexisWright: Not Mario.
(21:09:58) CdrTKirr: 8(
(21:09:59) VAdmBlackthorne: Mario.
(21:10:09) LtJGAlexisWright: :(((((((((((((((((((((((9
(21:10:16) CdrTKirr: Moment of silence.
(21:10:34) CdrTKirr: You will be missed, little kitty.
(21:10:34) LtJGAlexisWright: I'm so sorry, Jason. Mario was a kickass feline.
(21:10:40) VAdmBlackthorne: He was.
(21:10:43) VAdmBlackthorne: I left Mario with my mom while I'm away. She had to take him in to the vet on Thursday because he was acting sickly. They quickly cleared the blockage but he also had an infection from the urine he couldn't pass. Things were looking up on Friday and Saturday, and they expected to let him go home Monday, just keeping him to ensure he stayed hydrated. Yesterday he was appearing weaker and then had a sudden combative episode, after which he just passed out and never woke up. :(
(21:11:12) VAdmBlackthorne: Yesterday being Monday, which was yesterday when I wrote that.
(21:11:41) LtJGAlexisWright: It sucks that they don't know they're supposed to live forever.
(21:12:12) VAdmBlackthorne: He was only 9 :(
(21:12:38) LtJGAlexisWright: Just a baby :( I'm so, so sorry
(21:12:51) ColDougMcKnight: That's always crushing. McKnight's Hobbes was named in honor of a real life cat I once had who died at 4 or 5. Lymphoma.
(21:12:59) VAdmBlackthorne: Too young.
(21:13:18) CdrTKirr: 9, that's about how long we've known each other?
(21:13:28) LtJGAlexisWright: I lost my Indy at 12, and THAT was too young.
(21:13:37) CdrTKirr: Aw, cute name
(21:16:27) LtJGAlexisWright: First Bomfunk and then Mario, it's not fair. I need to go hug Fu and Livia.
(21:16:41) VAdmBlackthorne: Yes go hug your kitties. :(
(21:17:10) DoctorTav: Let's dedicate tonight's sim to the memory of Mario.
(21:19:09) VAdmBlackthorne: Okay.
(21:19:24) CdrTKirr: This one's for you, Mario!
(21:19:39) LtJGAlexisWright: Livia says hay. Fu says rubmahbellahpurr. For Mario!
(21:19:54) CdrTKirr: Whenever you're ready.
(21:20:37) DoctorTav: :: AA ::
(21:20:43) LtJGAlexisWright: :: meow ::
(21:21:52) ColDougMcKnight: ::AA::
(21:22:40) CdrTKirr has changed the topic to: The senior staff hopes to find the Horathians a new home, so that Veshin will cease his failing attempts at terraforming worlds with existing life. On another front, we're continuing to try to understand what attacked us on the first planet. The senior staff is currently assembling in the conference room.
(21:23:57) CdrTKirr: Any questions?
(21:24:06) CdrTKirr: :: peers at Wright ::
(21:25:12) CdrTKirr: All right then.
(21:25:13) CdrTKirr: BEGIN SIM
(21:25:14) CdrTKirr: BEGIN SIM
(21:25:15) CdrTKirr: BEGIN SIM
(21:25:36) DoctorTav: :: is waiting with Wright in the Conference Room, waiting for the rest of the senior crew. ::
(21:27:01) VAdmBlackthorne: :: enters the conference room with T'Kirr and McKnight, fresh from their meeting in the ready room ::
(21:28:12) CaptainVeshin [] entered the room.
(21:28:40) LtJGAlexisWright: :: stops paging through her notes and comes to attention as they enter ::
(21:28:53) VAdmBlackthorne: As you were.
(21:29:07) ColDougMcKnight: :: Nods and crosses over to his seat. ::
(21:29:29) CdrTKirr: :: takes her seat near the end ::
(21:30:09) LtJGAlexisWright: :: looks over at Tav and nods ::
(21:30:12) VAdmBlackthorne: :: takes his seat, frowning out the window at the dead planet ::
(21:30:46) CdrTKirr: ((Tav afk a sec))
(21:31:35) LtJGAlexisWright: May we begin, Admiral?
(21:33:22) DoctorTav: (( Back ))
(21:33:31) VAdmBlackthorne: :: nods :: Please do.
(21:34:47) LtJGAlexisWright: Let me start with a summary of what we were able to glean from the data provided by the Horathians. Based on their observations about their world and their own physiologies, the Doctor and I have come to the unavoidable conclusion that this world and its lifeforms could not have evolved naturally.
(21:36:11) VAdmBlackthorne: So... how DID they evolve?
(21:36:41) CdrHarper [Mibbit@96.47.unj.ut] entered the room.
(21:37:40) LtJGAlexisWright: I'll let the Doctor explain, since it's more his bailiwick.
(21:38:07) VAdmBlackthorne: :: looks to the Doctor ::
(21:39:06) DoctorTav: :: walks over to the viewscreen and pulls up an image of the planet :: Noting the planet, Horath, and its failing orbit, we decided to look into the way that it could have got there. Their planet's density is significantly higher than that which could maintain orbit at the speed and distance that their planet is from its star. In fact, without modification to its orbit, there is no way that Horath could have started out in its current orbit, o
(21:39:16) DoctorTav: or that it could have sustained life, looking back on its trajectory, for more than three or four thousand years. Essentially, there is no way evolution could have taken place on this planet, much less that they went through the natural ages, or that they should have warp capabilities. In short, this is an impossible planet.
(21:41:08) VAdmBlackthorne: Alright, so what's the explanation?
(21:42:17) LtJGAlexisWright: Our working assumption is that "others" terraformed a planet in the very early stages of evolution, and then periodically adjusted the orbit to keep the planet in the habitable zone while life adapted and evolved. The problem arose when sometime in the last several hundred years, the orbital adjustments stopped happening and the planet started, essentially,
(21:43:36) LtJGAlexisWright: falling into the sun. This has forced them to make technological advances very quickly and haphazardly in order to get themselves off their home planet before it became lethal. That's why we're seeing the juryrigged terraforming equipment and the low warp capability.
(21:44:34) VAdmBlackthorne: Is there any reference in their records to who these "others" might have been?
(21:44:42) LtJGAlexisWright: This means, in short, that it will not be possible to locate a replacement for their homeworld because it simply cannot exist naturally. They also lack the scientific ability to create a suitable replacement homeworld via terraforming, but they are not aware.
(21:45:01) ColDougMcKnight: So has this planet of theirs already been rendered uninhabitable?
(21:45:52) LtJGAlexisWright: Not really, Admiral, there doesn't seem to have been any contact with these "others". The orbital adjustments and current lack thereof were considered to have theological significance - they think their gods are punishing them.
(21:46:27) VAdmBlackthorne: :; looks to the Colonel ::
(21:46:27) LtJGAlexisWright: I believe so, Colonel... :: looks to Tav for confirmation ::
(21:47:40) ColDougMcKnight: :: Notes that. :: I'm just saying...and admittedly I'm trying to play a bit of catchup here, because I'm not quite following on a few points, but theoretically, if the orbit could be corrected, could it be resettled? Or is the damage already too severe?
(21:48:24) LtJGAlexisWright: Unfortunately, Colonel, Horath is *extremely* dense. We don't have the technology to correct the orbit.
(21:48:40) LtJGAlexisWright: Or the power.
(21:50:00) VAdmBlackthorne: What are the options then?
(21:51:30) DoctorTav: The only way we could correct their orbit would be to find whatever equipment was being used to do it in the past, and fix it. Since going to their planet would crush us on arrival, going there is not a good option. I think our best option would be to modify the work of Doctor Seyetik. He built upon the idea of Marcus and her Genesis Device and got it to work. If there is a chance, that would be it.
(21:52:43) LtJGAlexisWright: And we're talking about making this happen on a planet other than Horath, because their homeworld is lost for all intents and purposes. We cannot save it.
(21:53:19) LtJGAlexisWright: I believe our options are either to assist them in the creation of a new homeworld, or to destroy them.
(21:54:52) LtJGAlexisWright: And it's important that we tell you that even if we assist them in the creation of a new home, we are not capable of fully meeting their requirements. There would have to be compromise.
(21:54:53) ColDougMcKnight: How many refugees are we actually talking about here?
(21:55:55) VAdmBlackthorne: Alright, first of all, the Genesis project is still classified. I'm not sure what channels provided information on it, but this discussion stays in this room. Clear?
(21:56:48) DoctorTav: This is a race that should not yet have warp capability, but somehow they do. To put their technology in perspective, take the idea of a horse and buggy. Now, put a V-8 engine from the twentieth century into that horse and buggy. That is the Horathians. As far as destroying them, that is not an option, I think our only option is to assist them
(21:57:09) ColDougMcKnight: It's clear, Admiral.
(21:57:14) LtJGAlexisWright: :: blinks :: Clear, Admiral. Colonel, they've got about three hundred thousand souls on their assorted ships.
(21:57:20) DoctorTav: Regarding the Genesis Device, I am sorry. Some of that is information from a past... experience. It will not leave this room.
(21:59:05) LtJGAlexisWright: And according to their census records, those three hundred thousand souls are only the small number that were fortunate enough to escape the planet before the atmosphere vaporized. So many of them perished.
(22:00:19) ColDougMcKnight: Okay, so...what exactly ARE their requirements? Density means gravity, right? You can get that from a bigger planet. The temperature requirements can theoretically be met by a higher output star. Help me out here. What exactly is the impossible part? Atmosphere?
(22:00:34) VAdmBlackthorne: As for Dr. Seyetik's work, my understanding is that it's not anywhere near as quick as the Genesis device.
(22:02:01) LtJGAlexisWright: Horath's gravity would crush any of us instantly, Colonel. The density of the planet would have to be such that it would be impossible to maintain orbital integrity. Orbit will decay until it is no longer habitable.
(22:02:42) DoctorTav: Seyetik's work is nowhere near as quick, agreed. But we could assist them, give them the tools they need to live on a planet while it terraforms itself to their needs. They need a liquid argon atmosphere, but I am working on their genome to see if there is some minor change that could be made to it to make them able to breathe a more traditional atmosphere. Actually, I am seriously considering that if we could do that, we might be resetting th
(22:02:44) LtJGAlexisWright: That's where we're going to need to compromise... we're going to need to teach them grav-enhancement technology, AND they're going to have to adapt to living in a low-grav environment by their own standards.
(22:02:50) DoctorTav: their genome.
(22:03:41) DoctorTav: With only three hundred thousand of them, it need not be that difficult.
(22:03:43) VAdmBlackthorne: Can all of that be done?
(22:04:01) DoctorTav: In time, it could.
(22:04:06) LtJGAlexisWright: :: raises a brow at Tav... he didn't mention that genome stuff before. ::
(22:05:45) LtJGAlexisWright: The first problem is that we have to convince them that they are technologically incapable of achieving the results they are attempting to achieve.
(22:06:20) LtJGAlexisWright: It's a truth, but it won't be an easy truth for them to accept.
(22:06:53) VAdmBlackthorne: I think they've generally submitted to our technological superiority, but if I have to convince them, I will.
(22:07:21) DoctorTav: :: nods :: I would get on it sooner than later, before they try to run off to the next potential planet.
(22:07:39) ColDougMcKnight: We can sure as hell convince them they won't be allowed to keep trying.
(22:07:53) DoctorTav: :: looks to the Colonel :: That could work as well.
(22:07:56) LtJGAlexisWright: The second problem will be to get them to accept our assistance AND be willing to compromise on survival and let go of perfection.
(22:08:53) LtJGAlexisWright: The third problem will be to figure out how to actually make this happen, because it's going to require some fancy terraforming and as far as I know, we don't have a terraforming specialist on board.
(22:10:14) ColDougMcKnight: All these solutions sound long term enough that they'd have to involve more than just Atlantis.
(22:10:25) LtJGAlexisWright: :: sets down her PADD to indicate that she has nothing more to present and awaits discussion ::
(22:10:42) VAdmBlackthorne: Indeed. I will have to involve Starfleet Command.
(22:10:48) DoctorTav: :: asks anyone in general :: Do we have the ability to put up a colony for them, something big enough for 300,000? That way, we could get the terraforming to start working on a dead planet, put in the atmosphere they need over the next few decades, and after that they could eventually go outside without a suit?
(22:11:47) LtJGAlexisWright: And even if we do, can we get them to accept such a solution?
(22:12:32) DoctorTav: Further, I have this wild hare idea about their genome I want to play with. It doesn't look like anything that I have ever seen occur naturally. If what I am thinking is even possible, then part of the terraforming of Horath included changing them, and perhaps there is something we could revert.
(22:12:53) ColDougMcKnight: 300,000...that's asking a lot from a bio dome. We may be able to set up the grav plating and pressurized atmosphere inside a hollowed out asteroid or something. Like the Vesta colony. Or hell, the original Genesis test bed. We're talking about the Star Fleet Corps of Engineers and months of work, though.
(22:13:29) VAdmBlackthorne: Doctor, you mean, change them back to what they were?
(22:13:34) LtJGAlexisWright: I can't speak to the Doctor's genome idea, I'm afraid. I haven't seen that particular data.
(22:14:09) DoctorTav: Their DNA looks as haphazard as their technology. Like it was spliced together and then grew into what it had to from there
(22:15:11) ColDougMcKnight: Can't speak to that, but if these people don't trust us enough to point them to a new home in good faith, I'm guessing you may want to build your way up to suggestions of playing with their genome.
(22:15:43) DoctorTav: I am willing to do that, Colonel. And if what I am thinking is correct, I can actually do it painlessly.
(22:15:57) LtJGAlexisWright: :: hides a smirk by suddenly and intently studying her feet ::
(22:16:24) VAdmBlackthorne: What would it revert TO?
(22:18:11) DoctorTav: I am not entirely sure. But I would like to run simulations to see what comes out. I'd like to create a simulation of a Horathian, then revert its genetic structure to what I am thinking it might have been.
(22:18:46) ColDougMcKnight: You may recall how much shit we got from the crew on that sleeper ship when we brought up wiping their memories. That would have been painless too. The point is that it's THEIR genome, and we're just aliens with big guns to them at this point.
(22:20:17) DoctorTav: I will only bring the idea up if the simulations work.
(22:20:26) VAdmBlackthorne: Run the simulations, at least.
(22:20:35) DoctorTav: Aye, Admiral.
(22:21:02) VAdmBlackthorne: It may be a hard sell, but when the alternative is extinction, they may go with it.
(22:23:13) ColDougMcKnight: Also, I realize this is backtracking, but if we could revisit the idea of their original planet for a moment...
(22:24:15) LtJGAlexisWright: :: looks at the Colonel ::
(22:24:44) VAdmBlackthorne: Go ahead.
(22:25:08) ColDougMcKnight: You said visiting Horath to try and find this machinery was inadvisable on the basis that their gravity would pancake us. Fair enough. But put it in perspective for me. Are we talking like...Jupiter? Or the event horizon of a black hole? Would some sort of telepresence probe be theoretically feasible?
(22:25:33) ColDougMcKnight: If you're talking about ways to build goodwill, I imagine they might appreciate us at least TRYING to fix this the way they'd like.
(22:26:20) ColDougMcKnight: We could certainly dispatch another ship to look into that while we work on the colony plans.
(22:26:57) DoctorTav: I don't see why a mechanical probe would not be able to visit their planet. Just nothing living. Not even a Horathian now.
(22:27:00) LtJGAlexisWright: The first problem is that we have no idea what mechanism was responsible for the orbital corrections. It may have been something located on the planet, it may have been an external force, it's impossible to say and the Horathians certainly don't know.
(22:28:17) VAdmBlackthorne: I'm certain we can spare a ship to look into it.
(22:29:25) LtJGAlexisWright: We're talking about roughly 48 times Terran gravity, Colonel, if you're looking for perspective.
(22:31:19) DoctorTav: Essentially, Colonel, you would weigh 4,032 kilos.
(22:32:13) LtJGAlexisWright: 14 times Terran gravity is sufficient to kill you in an extremely messy fashion.
(22:34:08) VAdmBlackthorne: I've pulled that much in a high-G turn. 14, that is.
(22:37:13) ColDougMcKnight: Nice.
(22:37:38) DoctorTav: But how long did you sustain that turn?
(22:37:38) ColDougMcKnight: Okay, so that's certainly still something we can still artificially reproduce.
(22:38:07) VAdmBlackthorne: Seconds, granted.
(22:38:12) DoctorTav: Remember, at 5 G's, most humans are losing consciousness. We train for much more.
(22:39:44) VAdmBlackthorne: We can rate a probe for that, at any rate.
(22:42:31) LtJGAlexisWright: (( guys, big G Gravity and little g g-force are NOT the same thing ))
(22:42:46) DoctorTav: (( noted ))
(22:42:58) VAdmBlackthorne: Alright, folks, let's break for now. Continue your work as you have and I will contact Starfleet.
(22:43:44) DoctorTav: :: immediately walks out of the conference room to the nearest turbolift to get back to his work and his new idea in Sickbay ::
(22:44:04) LtJGAlexisWright: (( 48 x terran gravity is not the same as 48gs, just saying. ))
(22:44:27) CdrTKirr: :: stands ::
(22:44:41) LtJGAlexisWright: :: lingers for a moment to see if she's needed ::
(22:44:50) VAdmBlackthorne: ((Well, actually...) :science:
(22:45:09) ColDougMcKnight: Heh, had to do a mile hike under 2 Gs a couple times. Full pack, too. God, that sucked.
(22:45:44) VAdmBlackthorne: (You have that backwards, little g is 9.81m/s/s, AKA Terran gravity, big G is the gravitational constant)
(22:46:08) VAdmBlackthorne: (48g is actually 48xterran gravity)
(22:46:51) VAdmBlackthorne: :: stands :: I'm sure it did.
(22:47:13) LtJGAlexisWright: (( ))
(22:47:54) VAdmBlackthorne: (( Your link supports what I just said))
(22:48:08) CdrTKirr: ((ScienceWars!!))
(22:48:32) DoctorTav: (( And suddenly the Mythbusters theme is going through my head ))
(22:50:22) VAdmBlackthorne: (Let's just....)
(22:50:24) VAdmBlackthorne: PAUSE SIM
(22:50:25) VAdmBlackthorne: PAUSE SIM
(22:50:26) VAdmBlackthorne: PAUSE SIM
(22:50:41) DoctorTav: :: pauses ::
(22:51:27) CdrTKirr: :: pauses?::
(22:51:48) LtJGAlexisWright: :: II, agreeing to forget parenthetical debate mostly because she's confused now and would rather pretend it never happened ::
(22:52:27) VAdmBlackthorne: OK, let me drop some :science: on you.
(22:52:46) LtJGAlexisWright: no, you're right, I'm wrong, I already saw my mistake
(22:52:47) VAdmBlackthorne: Little g is the acceleration of gravity at the earth's surface, 9.81 m/s/s.
(22:53:23) VAdmBlackthorne: Big G is the gravational constant, which is used to calclulate the gravitational attraction between two bodies, among other things.
(22:54:18) LtJGAlexisWright: The dunce cap is firmly perched atop my head, I assure you
(22:54:35) VAdmBlackthorne: No worries!
(22:54:39) DoctorTav: Okay, so the Horathians. I am going to fix them in the next episode. I have permission. I will make it all right.
(22:54:41) CdrTKirr: Aw, don't feel that way
(22:55:16) VAdmBlackthorne: omg
(22:55:19) CdrTKirr: Throwing that out there for all to see to keep him accountable. ^_^
(22:55:38) DoctorTav: I promise to write a log, or else I have to sexy dance for everyone. And I REALLY don't want to do that.
(22:55:41) LtJGAlexisWright: I could write a log demonstrating how the science officer is too stupid to do science
(22:55:41) VAdmBlackthorne: Speaking of that, congrats to me for winning Log of the Month for September!
(22:55:47) CdrTKirr: I DIDN'T SAY THAT
(22:56:17) VAdmBlackthorne: There's a log from the perspective of one of the people the Horathians paved over that I wrote in a hurry on Sunday.
(22:56:23) DoctorTav: I enjoy writing logs. I hate that life gets in the way. This week, it cannot. I have made a promise.
(22:56:40) DoctorTav: I am going to read it as soon as we hang up here
(22:57:07) LtJGAlexisWright: I read it earlier this week, the descriptive imagery was really something :)
(22:57:24) VAdmBlackthorne: That would have been a perfect comment on the website, and thank you. :)
(22:57:41) VAdmBlackthorne: hint hint
(22:57:46) CdrTKirr: lol
(22:57:54) DoctorTav: :: looks around ::
(22:58:01) LtJGAlexisWright: Sorry, I was reading it on my phone in the bathroom at work. Can I put that in my comment, too?
(22:58:06) VAdmBlackthorne: Sure!
(22:58:17) VAdmBlackthorne: :V
(22:59:38) LtJGAlexisWright: Okay, I need someone to pick a race for our shrink.
(22:59:55) DoctorTav: Tellurite.
(22:59:58) LtJGAlexisWright: Because I have option paralysis.
(23:00:07) DoctorTav: Orion
(23:00:12) VAdmBlackthorne: Andorian
(23:00:15) DoctorTav: Klingon
(23:00:23) LtJGAlexisWright: I was considering Bajoran
(23:00:23) VAdmBlackthorne: And I wasn't being sarcastic
(23:00:46) LtJGAlexisWright: Andorian, hm?
(23:00:47) DoctorTav: What about Risan?
(23:01:03) LtJGAlexisWright: Harper's Risan.
(23:01:08) DoctorTav: Right
(23:01:22) CdrHarper: There's already another Harper, you think I'd mind another Risan?
(23:01:34) VAdmBlackthorne: Andorians are awesome.
(23:01:36) LtJGAlexisWright: Something about Alexis being human wants me to be more... unique with my second person.
(23:01:46) DoctorTav: We need a Denobulian. Where did they go after Enterprise?
(23:02:03) DoctorTav: Denobulan
(23:02:12) LtJGAlexisWright: Andorians are the blue guys, right?
(23:02:13) VAdmBlackthorne: Into canceled series oblivion
(23:02:38) DoctorTav: I am making the sound now like Om Nom when the candy falls off screen
(23:03:06) VAdmBlackthorne: And yes, the blue guys
(23:04:31) LtJGAlexisWright: Platinum blonde with cool antennae. Okay, Andorian it is. I will research Andorians and make a character y'all will be proud of.
(23:04:41) VAdmBlackthorne: Great!
(23:04:49) VAdmBlackthorne: They all have white hair that I've seen, btw.
(23:04:52) LtJGAlexisWright: Especially because I'm much better at psychology than I am with hard science. >>;
(23:05:35) LtJGAlexisWright: I'm looking at pictures.
(23:07:29) CdrTKirr: See you next week, folks.
(23:07:48) LtJGAlexisWright: Bye all, and thanks T'Kirr
(23:07:54) LtJGAlexisWright: I'll stop yelling at myself <3
(23:07:57) LtJGAlexisWright left the room (quit: Quit: ajax IRC Client).
(23:08:06) VAdmBlackthorne: See you tomorrow, T'Kirr and Tav :)
(23:08:10) VAdmBlackthorne: Night everyone.
(23:10:06) CdrTKirr left the room.
(23:10:10) CaptainVeshin left the room.