Discussion in 'Voyager' started by LeadHead, Jun 29, 2011.
RAIN: The same set up as I used to send that message to your whatever it is up there in orbit.
Tuvok: We will require your assistance.
RAIN: No kidding.
RAIN: Not on an empty stomach.
Back aboard Voyager, the remaining Senior staff are assembled in the Briefing Room
Chakotay: Starling downloaded nearly 20% of our computer core while we were trying to beam the timeship out of his building.
TORRES: I'm replacing those programs as quickly as I can but some of it isn't retrievable.
Kes: Like the Doctor. There's literally nothing left of him. He's just gone.
Janeway: Unfortunately the Doctor is only one of our problems. Our weapons are offline, Tuvok and Paris are still missing somewhere in Los Angeles and we've confirmed Captain Braxton's hypothesis. If Starling does attempt a flight to the 29th Century, it will most likely end in disaster.
KIM: Captain. I've analysed Braxton's schematic. The temporal technology is incredibly complex.
TORRES: No matter how much a genius this Starling might be, he is not a trained pilot from the twenty-ninth century.
Chakotay: Without the exact calibration, that ship will rip the time-space continuum apart.
KIM: The instant he jumps to the twenty-ninth century, there won't be a twenty-ninth century. Not for Earth anyway. The entire solar system will be destroyed.
JANEWAY: I want that timeship.
TORRES: Long range transporters are still down. We'd have to drop out of orbit again.
Neelix: Captain, I strongly recommend against that! The more legitimate news organizations have apparently decided that the Voyager images were fraudulent. However, I've also been monitoring more official channels, and the United States Military is taking things just a little more seriously.
CHAKOTAY: If we risk another pass through the lower atmosphere there's a chance of getting intercepted by the Air Force.
JANEWAY: If we can't get to the ship, maybe we can get to the man. Torres, I want...
CREWWOMAN [OC]: Captain Janeway. I'm receiving a transmission from Lieutenant Tuvok, audio only.
JANEWAY: Mister Tuvok, report.
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