SCENE-JR/Ref@5437

Homer

SCENE-JR/Ref@5437
[index]
Homer: REF#43643
Homer: SCENE-PD/TRef@5439
Homer: SCENE-PD/TRef@5438
Introduction: Day 4: June 4, 2106
Homer: SCENE-PD/TRef@5440
Homer: HOMER SCENE-ENC/Ref@5441
Homer: SCENE-PD/TRef@5442
MED10: ANTARCTIC MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY: TREATMENT OF INJURY
SciTech: TRANSPORT
Historical Cultural: LIFESTYLES, SIG

Jimmy Radix was locked into a chair. Behind him a panel reflected a complex array of physiological, emotional and psychological realtime data in a series of colored bands, cubes and curves. Jimmy was mumbling, his words barely understandable.

"Peter's gone," he said. "He's gone." Then, more clearly, he said, "Goodbye Peter.... You can't fool me. I'm young."

The colors behind him faded, and suddenly a soft insistent voice was speaking. "Intrusion. There is an intrusion into Decatur Node Housing. Sec/sys reports unauthorized entry. There is an intrusion..."

Keywords: intrusion, gone, peter, jimmy


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