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  • There is an element here that is called chimerium.

    Miracle Workers

  • “Sarindar’s completely scan- and transporter-proof, thanks to an element called chimerium.”

    Miracle Workers

  • Moments later the cacophonous boom roared behind her, sending up a fiery rush of gas that dislodged the chimerium iris, which then sank into the ocean floor as the shaft imploded beneath it.

    A Time to Kill

  • She was gambling that because chimerium was so rare and difficult to work with, whoever built this facility would not have used it for something so mundane as a waste-exhaust shaft.

    A Time to Kill

  • The SA constructed on planet Sarindar was a two-hundred-meter-in-diameter concave dish through which chimerium could be fed via a tubing system.

    Miracle Workers

  • I have instead devoted my resources to restructuring the duty schedule in light of the reduced personnel, maintaining our defense against the shii, and attempting to improve the presently limited ability of the tricorder to scan the surrounding area despite the high concentrations of chimerium.

    Miracle Workers

  • “I thought it was because of the chimerium and the suns.”

    Miracle Workers

  • In addition to the chimerium problem, Sarindar is also in a star system that is home to a quasar/pulsar pair that interferes with communications and navigation.

    Miracle Workers

  • On a planet so loaded with chimerium, a tricorder is often little more than a glorified paperweight.

    Miracle Workers

  • We may finally get the chance to explore Sector 969, and this is our first chance to study chimerium up close.

    Miracle Workers

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