Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by LeadHead, Oct 17, 2012.
Picard: Cheat fate? Perhaps we can't, Mister Data. But at least we can give it a try.
(a strong light source casts the away teams shadows on a sheer rock wall)
La Forge: The concentration of triolic waves falls off about here. It increases exponentially the closer in we go.
RIKER: What's the source? Something underground?
La Forge: Negative, Commander.
RIKER: What's the explanation?
La Forge: I don't have one yet. La Forge to Enterprise.
DATA [OC]: Go ahead.
La Forge: Data, run a spectral field correlation for me. Let's find out if these triolic readings are in any way related
LAFORGE [OC]: To the temporal distortions.
(Devidia cavern - moving to a natural amphitheater, with columns around supporting the roof)
Troi: There's life here. A child. An old woman. Dozens more. Hundreds. Terrified.
Troi: My God, Will. They're human.
RIKER (over comm): Whatever they are, Troi's convinced they're human. They may be trapped somehow. We're not sure.
Data: Captain, the results of my temporal analysis may be pertinent.
PICARD: Go ahead.
Data: Geordi, it indicates a synchronic distortion in the areas emanating
Data [OC]: Triolic waves.
LAFORGE: That explains a few things. How much, Data?
Data [OC]: A positive displacement of point zero zero four percent.
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