Lounge - dinner

Posted July 18, 2019, 7:31 p.m. by Lieutenant Junior Grade Jack A. Grey (Chief Medical Officer) (Hjortur Ingi)

Posted by Ensign Penji Fil (Scientist) in Lounge - dinner

Posted by Ensign Penji Fil (Scientist) in Lounge - dinner

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Wendell Vaughn (Chief Science Officer) in Lounge - dinner

Posted by Ensign Penji Fil (Scientist) in Lounge - dinner

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Jack A. Grey (Chief Medical Officer) in Lounge - dinner

Posted by Ensign Penji Fil (Scientist) in Lounge - dinner

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Jack A. Grey (Chief Medical Officer) in Lounge - dinner

Posted by Ensign Penji Fil (Scientist) in Lounge - dinner

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Wendell Vaughn (Chief Science Officer) in Lounge - dinner

Posted by Ensign Penji Fil (Scientist) in Lounge - dinner

Jack nodded “Right. If I remember correctly that despite the lack of forensic and archeological evidence the genetic factors were apparent. I remember when they returned, it was during my second year on Earth. There was a big celebration in San Fransisco. It was surreal because it’s not often that ships disappear without a trace then return. Even though they had been communicating with Earth for years it was a really big day. There was a special class when I was at the Academy that went specifically through those years.” Jack reminisced.

Jack Grey

“I read abut that when I was a young kid, Voy....Voyager. Yea… They were lost in the Delta Quadrant, but somehow made their way back home.” Fil said. “That was amazing! Talk about determination.”
Ens. Fil
Science

“I never doubted for a minute that they’d make it back,” Wendell said. “It was a then state of the art ship. As a galactic phenomenologist, there were several avenues that they might have explored to expedite their return.”

CSO

“I like to know how did they get back?, Fil asked, “I mean the Delta Quadrant is thousands of light years away, how did they get back in a few years? I bet they had some exciting adventures, meeting aliens we never knew excisted. I read about the captain....Janeway, I think, when I was at the academy. How could they survive in such a hostile environment like that? I wonder if they made friends or worse, enemies. What do you think, sir?”

Ens. Fil
Science

Jack chuckled “You should simply read the historic archives, there’s plenty of information, logs, and records from that time. I remember when they returned because there was a big panic around a Borg Transwarp conduit opening not far from Earth, people were worried it was another battle for Earth type thing which then turned into a big celebration. I think it was simply the right ship, fast and tough with the best computer capabilities. You know I really wanted to serve on an Intrepid Class when I graduated, despite the design being almost fifteen years old, perfect science vessel.”

Jack Grey

“Yes sir, I’ll read the archives. It sounds interesting. But…what’s a Borg Transwarp, I never heard of them. “Fil said, wanting to learn more of this ‘Borg’ thing that was mentioned.

Ens. Fil
Science

The Scottish doctor shrugged “You’d have to ask a Warp specialist, someone in Engineering should know. As I understand it, the Borg have the technology to open Transwarp tunnels that allow them to travel great distances in short amounts of time. My interest in Warp Field mechanics faded quickly, I never bothered learning beyond the basics.” He said non-chalantly.

Jack Grey

” Maybe one of these days I will.” The Catullan said. “But in the mean time, I like to know why don’t we use Transwarp? Wouldn’t we get to places faster than ever?”

Ens. Fil
Science

“I’m sure that it’s being researched,” Wendell said. “We’ve encountered other alien races that have had higher tech then us.”

CSO

“Couldn’t we come up with a trade of technology or something?” Fil wondered. “I mean if it helps both of us?”

Ens. Fil
Science

“What can we do to promote a trade agreement between both of our worlds?” Fil continued.

Ens. Fil
Science

Jack gave the ensign an odd look “You do realise we’re talking about a hypothetical scenario, it’s nigh impossible to decide what could be used to trade such advanced technology. The Federation has encountered a number of species with superior and inferior Technology, we don’t trade our advanced technology to those with inferior technology of good reasons and I think those more advanced than us have similar apprehensions about giving advanced tech to those who might not be ready for it. Good things come to those who wait.”

Dr. Grey - CMO


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