Today on Quantum Vibe: Uh-huh-ing
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The Transcript For This Page
Medium close-up on Murphy, peering into a device that looks like a portable binocular microscope.
Murphy: Uh-huh, uh-huh, and uh-huh.
Buford (OP): What are you uh-huh-ing about?
Murphy turns to look towards the corner of the room where Buford and Nigel are standing.
Murphy: Most of the blockage material looks like vascular plaque.
Murphy: But about 30 percent of it is definitely nanites.
Medium shot of Nigel and Buford.
Nigel: Is t'at unusual? We all haf nanites in our systems for maintaining bone density and muscle-mass in micro-grafity.
Murphy (OP): True enough ...
Medium close-up on Murphy.
Murphy: … But such a concentration at this site is a tad suspicious.
Murphy: I'm going to need to take another sample. You ready to assist, Nicole?
Nicole (OP): Uh, no?