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“It reads like a dead or burned-out bioneural gel pack.”
“Not unlike the bioneural gel packs that Starfleet uses to enhance computer performance.”
““So by applying the same formula to whatever is pulsing through this conduit,” Dakal said, gesturing toward the slime-covered bioneural apparatus, “you can distinguish a uniform stream of electrical energy from ordered, information-rich content—without necessarily having to understand that content.””
“When they first arrived, therih-hara-tan had only been able to identify the irritating to them cacophony of noise emitting from the bioneural gel packs.”
“Where the humanoids had been clever was in their use of bioneural gel packs.”
“None of them meant as much as the thousands of transporter satellites tethered to the Aluwnan ships; that was where the future of their world awaited, suspended in the bioneural networks of their computers.”
“All she had the capacity to do was monitor the progress of the work crews rushing to put the satellites back into orbit at the same time that they attempted to stabilize the bioneural networks.”
“I would guess that the bioneural network in the satellite was infected by the fungus.”
“He focused his attention on the electromagnetic readings, which, for all intents and purposes, were the brain waves of the bioneural network.”
“You are aware that the temperature of the bioneural networks on some of the satellites has dropped another two degrees, and there are other signs of degradation.”
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