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((Main Science Labs - USS Narendra )) ::Poq pulled out some schematics to show the rest of the group. .:: Avran: About 90 seconds of effective use before degradation begins and the = risk of exposure begins to increase exponentially. Poq: Exactly. Backup filters won't do anything either because they'll fall = apart just as easily, and there's no room in the suit for a totally differe= nt backup. We need a way to purge the new compound somehow. Any: ? Avran: It's not ideal, but we could also just deactivate the filtra= tion system altogether once we are maneuvering through the affected areas. = Rig the suits with spare oxygen. It would mean that we'd be working= against the clock, though. Je'Valak: I don't like the idea of losing that much oxygen. Is there a way = to add more? Poq: If by oxygen you mean the atmosphere we breathe ::Poq muttered under h= er breath. But that wasn't really her concern. If they stayed inside the de= ath fog after the filters degraded and the neutralizing compound was used u= p, they'd be back to 'death,' no matter how much breathable atmosphere they= had available. Shutting down the system was smart, but not completely fail= safe:: Doubling the internal system is a good idea, but it may not be enoug= h.The degraded filters give external atmo a way to get inside- even shut do= wn there'll be a weak point. Any: ? Poq: Ideally if we had a layer of solid matter that could- sponge up the co= mpound somehow, become a binder, the way carbon monoxide binds to red blood= cells, then it would completely inert. Any: ? ::The doctor typed something into the display system, and two molecular str= uctures popped up. One, the Death Fog, Silicon Platinochloride. The other, = the responding compound she had developed. They merged together to form a c= omplex structure, fine labeling beneath showing its complete chemical makeu= p.:: Poq: There's our challenge. Anyone have an idea? Kasun :: Ishani smiled as she watched the group work. :: oO We've g= ot a good mix of expertise. Oo :: Also helping was the fact that Taelon was= both willing and able to take charge this time. :: Any: ? ::Je'Valak studied the display. For the first time in a long time she felt = blank. She could come up with no ideas.:: Poq/Kasun/Avran/Taelon: Response Je'Valak: what if we added plant microbes to the filters. Something like Ch= rysalidocarpus lutescents. It's a number one natural filter. It wouldn't ta= ke long to do. Poq/Kasun/Avran/Taelon: Response Je'Valak: I would need some help replacing each filter. Poq/Kasun/Avran/Taelon: Response Ensign Je'Valak Science Officer Starbase 118 I239306SH0 -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "= UFOP: StarBase 118 - StarBase 118 Ops" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an e= mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/= sb118-ops/5ke5m0h62hycea94bm5jjbx4.1546746159223%40email.android.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.