[Vwdiesel] TDI questions

James Hansen jhsg at sasktel.net
Sun Dec 12 02:31:16 EST 2004

> Yes.  It's actually loss of warp field due to a difference between boost
> called for, and actual boost.

  And all this time I thought it was either from a temporal flux or bubble,
stray tachyon emission or a phase variance of more than .08% between
the nacells.


At least there is no chance of warp core containment failure.  I hear that
is a real PITA.
I forgot to mention to check for kinks in all those little hoses that get
soft over time as well.  That will also cause the control unit to fall out
of warp. The phase variance is a different matter entirely Loren, you should
know that by now. That is what the relay 109 is about- it takes the warp
field emitter diagnostics offline entirely. That winds up being a bad day.
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