Today on Quantum Vibe: Delta-Hamids
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First Seen: Mon 2015-01-26
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page

Panel 1
Nicole and Murphy stand before a large electronic 'whiteboard' upon which they create designs using hand gestures. We see a device beginning to take shape.
Nicole: A 200 mega-watt storage capacitor? Is that all?
Murphy: For our purposes, yes.

Panel 2
Murphy and Nicole, looking at their work.
Murphy: The entire package will be a bit under two meters long, so we need to create a breach at least two meters across.
Nicole: How far sideways should we send this thing?

Panel 3
Murphy and Nicole.
Murphy: Good question. Logically, it should be far enough from our time-line that we can easily detect differences in transmissions coming from the inner system.
Murphy: Perhaps, 200 delta-hamids.
Panel 4
Nicole is looking sadly thoughtful. Murphy looks a bit downcast.
Nicole: Hamid. That was his Farnsworth's -- daughter's name.
Murphy: Yes, it was.