Today on Quantum Vibe:
Strip 1581 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Mon 2017-04-24
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
Shlack leads Hugo and Murphy through a passageway. Shransh and Prenk bring up the rear.
Shlack: Perhaps the best place to start is with our power distribution system.
Hugo: That would offer a convenient orientation, yes.
They enter a control room with several monitors in front of the ship's power core assembly. A crewman has been watching the monitors and is turning to look at the newcomers.
Shlack (to crewman): As you were, Krasp.
Shlack (to Hugo): This is central engineering, and our power core.
Shlack: All power generation and distribution is monitored and controlled from here.
As Hugo studies one of the monitor panels, he braces one hand against the edge of a console, as Shlack and Krasp look on. We can see the 'system cracking' effect on the side of the console but Shlack doesn't.
Shlack: Our power core works by injecting anti-matter ions …
Hugo: ... into suspended micro-singularities, and harvesting the resulting gravitons.
Hugo: Not a bad system, if you don't mind the risk of getting your ship sucked into a pinpoint.