Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon

Posted June 12, 2019, 8:39 p.m. by Ensign Karina Niles (Doctor) (Melissa Aragon)

Posted by Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist (Weaver of Webs) in Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Liam Madison (Chief Science Officer) in Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon

Posted by Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist (Weaver of Webs) in Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Liam Madison (Chief Science Officer) in Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon

Posted by Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist (Weaver of Webs) in Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Liam Madison (Chief Science Officer) in Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon

Posted by Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist (Weaver of Webs) in Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Liam Madison (Chief Science Officer) in Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon

Posted by Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist (Weaver of Webs) in Main Sim - Science Lab: Midnight Howling at the Moon
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The computers report took a second to compile. =/\=No known abnormalities, oxygen, and temperature at normal specified levels. Life signs stable =/\= The screen readout however showed increased adrenalin in all the animals. They were afraid and all of them were looking downwards at the floor like it was something below them that was the source of their trouble.

Junior Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist

Unsure when Jones would arrive, Liam’s teeth gritted harder. His discomfort increased when the computer revealed nothing bizarre, aside from the increase in the animals adrenaline and stress. He stepped closer to a console and ran diagnostic program quickly. Things were not adding up. It caused him to wonder if the computer held some unseen issues or had not calibrated correctly, either would allow an error in the scan. Liam causally caught all the animals’ attention directed at the floor and his own eyes turned to examine it. He expected to be nothing at all.

–CSO, Liam J. Madison, Sci

The routine update from the bridge sensors flashed an alert that the planet below was experiencing increasing seismic activity.

Junior Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist

Liam inhaled then exhaled. His eyes flickered to the screen and spotted the updated information. Curiosity overwhelmed his better judgment causing him to step closer to the computer and sit down, his fingers drawing up any information over the seismic activity. He focused mainly on how frequent and the intensity between each event, but any additional information would be taken into account. The last one he recalled Dan mention having happened around mid-noon. It seemed odd the animals would react to the events on a planet below while on a ship, but animals held higher senses than most humans. Something bad might’ve been on its way.

–CSO, Liam J. Madison, Sci

The tie-in to the bridge sensors showed an increase in super dense solids near the core of the planet along with a “negative” spot where there seemed to be a hole in the core roughly 500 meters across. The frequency of the seismic disturbances was on a slowly increasing scale and the animals did seem to be increasingly skittish at an interval that matched the more major eruptions.

Junior Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist

After collecting all the data he could, he placed it all into a file. He ordered the computer to record the current ruckus in the laboratory for both evidence and study. Maybe someone could see something he failed to within the images. It amused and amazed him that animals’ alarm system attuned to the ongoings to a planet so far away. When he finished he made the file packet a top priority with a message.

“The animals are reacting skittishly to a planetary disturbance. Scans are showing holes in the core and they seem to be getting bigger at a slow, but concerning rate. I’ve disclosed all the information I’ve learned over the matter,” he answered, then pressed the send button.

He hoped she wasn’t dead asleep.

–CSO, Liam J. Madison, Sci

OOC Are you sending this to the Captain?
Ian

OOC: Yep. Sorry if it wasn’t clear enough, I wasn’t sure how to do it since it’s literally the middle of the night and he doesn’t know the CO’s schedule. Or where she is at during this point.
-Janice B.

OOC No problem, I’m sure she’s awake :-) Ian

Karina was growling under her breath. Soon as she she maintain the removal without it overrunning her, she called, =^=Medical to science lab… Need some help up here. I have an anomaly and need life saving help ASAP!=^=

She gave a quick report and had the computer link to science. No point in sending up a rock specialist when she needed a biologist… She hoped.

Her voice, while relatively calm, definitely had an edge to it.

Karina
Doctor
((Cross from medical))


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