Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by leandar, Aug 7, 2012.
Wesley: Nuclear vibration?
Data: That could possibly indicate subspace transition rebound during transport.
Wesley: Wait a minute, wait a minute. May I? Computer, call up the files on. What was his name? We spent two hours on him in astral physics last year. Folded-space transport.
LAFORGE: Adaptive transport.
DATA: Are you referring to the Elway Theorem?
Wesley: Yes. Computer, call up the files on the Elway Theorem. What if they're using inter-dimensional travel?
Data: But the Elway Theorem proved to be entirely inaccurate. All research was abandoned by the mid 23rd Century.
Wesley: But Data, look, the nuclear vibrations are the same, and Elway used a model similar to this.
LAFORGE: It would certainly be untraceable by any standard means of detection.
Data: But it was proven to be fatal. To use this technology would be an irrational act.
PICARD: We may be dealing with irrational people, Data. Is there a way to trace this?
LaForge: With an adaptive subspace echogram, maybe?
DATA: Captain, anyone who is willing to transport in this manner would suffer significant internal damage that could be detected.
Picard: It sounds as though they may require the services…of a doctor.
(The waiter has been arrested)
Riker: This is no way to live.
ALEXANA: For us or them?
Riker: For both of you.
ALEXANA: I know it's not pretty, Riker, but this is what terrorism has done to this city.
Riker: There's got to be a better way to deal with it than this.
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