Today on Quantum Vibe: Not exactly how it works
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First Seen: Mon 2017-01-23
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
In the Causa Sui control room, Murphy and Hugo and Captain Pbbbbbbbt, who is looking bewildered. The monitor screen is blank (what CP sees).
CP: This is your bridge? Where are your monitors?
Murphy: The monitors are set to transmit directly into our visual cortexes.
Murphy: Only we can see them.
Hugo and Murphy casting glances at one another, while CP continues looking around.
Hugo (thoughtsend): That's not exactly how it works, you know ...
Murphy (thoughtsend): Hush. I'm busy being clever.
Murphy (aloud): A security feature, to guard against hijacking.
CP faces Murphy. Hugo rolls his eyes.
CP: Very effective, it would seem.
CP : Although a hijacker both skilled and determined could find a way to override it, no?
Murphy: We have other counter-measures, of course. Which are, ah, classified.
CP: Of course.