(05-16-2017 10:21 PM)Bigbob Wrote: Noticed something really strange today. In Sarang's nightstand in the middle drawer is a clipboard stamped with "Haimatsu Board 55 approval". If you look at it up close it has check marks next to all the sites. Except Alpha is crossed out... And so is Omega?
It's check marked for something called "Event C" and the diagram seems to show a sudden drop in some kind of activity. Just looking for evidence that Carthage or Haimatsu is still in existence and this is strange. Turn off the lights to see it better.
Edit: Holy s***. The bottom says they agree to keep it in confidence but It's NOT signed by Mark Sarang.
I've got no idea. The circled event says "Ext. Event C", and "ext." usually stands for "external" or "exterior". The obvious deduction is that it's referring to the comet hit... but then why would someone be reporting to Haimatsu about that? And for that matter, how would they have responded?
I've got no idea who that signature belongs to. It sort of looks like a "Dave". Or perhaps a "Davis" as in "Jessica Davis"? It could mean nothing that she signed it, but then it begs the question as to why Sarang has it. (Fun fact: Jessica Davis was the girl who got shot by the wall in the Transmission series.)
Quote:I've also contemplated that Dahl didn't seem to think it a big deal that Tau couldn't food. Including fellow Carthage employee Ross. I wondered if maybe she turned on Carthage and gave the WAU technology to Haimatsu or something. Don't have any evidence though.
Julia Dahl spread the rumor that the evacuation of TAU had failed to discourage further attempts so that Ross wouldn't get bothered anymore. She wanted him to be free of distriactions so that he could continue to work on the WAU:
On September 13th Vic Auclair ordered the staff at Tau to evacuate and move up to the plateau. Together with engineer Alan Waldeck I descended into the abyss to assist the evacuation. Following protocol we waited at the Climber platform for 140 minutes and made several attempts to contact Tau. I decided to move towards the site, thinking I might intercept them. That's when I noticed the guiding lights flickering and soon the whole path shut down - Omega Sector swallowed by darkness. I pushed on with my floodlight until I heard screaming over the short-range radio. It carried on, breaking in and out of range. As I hurried closer to investigate I came upon the lacerated body of Field Worker Espinosa - something big had almost cut her in two. I considered the importance of saving Tau and more specifically Ross, as I heard Espinosa's colleagues getting massacred over the radio. Seeing no way to possibly improve the situation, I hurried back to the Climber and left the people at Tau to their fate.
With some luck Ross made it back to Tau and is able to continue his work at Alpha. To avoid further disturbances I have decided to report the evacuation as a complete failure, hoping it will stop Theta from attempting another one. Claudia Eames, the manager of Omicron, has already ordered the Climber to stay at the plateau for now. My report on the savage wildlife scared everyone enough to even stop Waldeck and Darby from maintaining the LUMAR probes. It's a good thing Golaski is off-site, because I have a feeling he would not have approved.
The restrictions came out slightly more severe than I had anticipated, but I'll take it. As long as Ross is left alone to work with the WAU.
Check this out, though
Paula Lansky, Carthage Project Manager.
Looks like there's a fourth member of Carthage that's been much less publicized. Although all I can really find of her was that she was studying the WAU's effect on the structure gel changes and she was one of the people studying Ross while he was in quarantine.
I also can't find any mention anywhere of that last name "Veiga".