Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by leandar, May 30, 2013.
Gilmore: If one of those fissures opened up in here where would we take cover?
Chakotay: It's only a graviton relay. Nothing to worry about.
GILMORE: Do I look worried? Emergency stop!
GILMORE: If you don't mind I think I'd rather take the Jefferies tube.
CHAKOTAY: I could use the exercise.
SEVEN: I've run a thermographic analysis of our shields. It revealed multiple stress points. We believe they're the result of alien attempts to infiltrate our vessels. Each time a fissure opens within a metre of our shields it weakens them by point three percent.
JANEWAY: At the present rate, we have less than two days to mount a defense.
SEVEN: According to your bio-scans the aliens can survive in our realm for only several seconds.
RANSOM: They're like fish out of water, but they can do a lot of damage in those seconds.
TUVOK: Nevertheless, it is a tactical weakness. Perhaps we can exploit it.
BURKE: What have you got in mind?
SEVEN: If we can show them we have the ability to hold them here, they'll think twice before launching another attack.
JANEWAY: But the question is, how do we catch these fish?
BURKE: You build a net.
Burke: A multiphasic force field to be exact. We wanted to see what we were up against so we built a small chamber that could keep one of them trapped for several minutes.
JANEWAY: If we could expand on that technology, we might be able to create a lattice work of multiphasic force fields around both ships.
RANSOM: If Captain Janeway agrees.
Janeway: We'll need to examine that stasis chamber.
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