Thursday, August 21, 2008

Major Jessie Ralston (Field Report: November 1, 1967)

(Jessie) Leaving Phil behind with our new female companion (former Mukai inmate) and the two Scientists; Donald Glazer and Louis Alvzrez, we traveled to Chicago the next day to investigate the disappearance of Murry Gell-Man.

Greeted by a student aid who then showed us a ramshackled laboratory and private area. Using my post cognition abilities I was able to see the remnants of the Mukai team; disguised as US military, escort Gell-Man off grounds and later return to retrieve key items (particle accelerator, microscope and a ‘monitor’). Left behind or forgotten was a nullifier device and what seemed to be microscopic building blocks of nanite-tech. Both future technology. From here trail went cold.

Rutherford suggested going to Paris as the next logical place the Mukai team would go to hopefully collect Don Glazer. He was right and we got the jump on them- killing their big-gun and mentally dominating another (Job Criger) while the woman (i.e. AlterReality-Woman) was mortally wounded but got away.

Job Criger (a density vampire-type) fell to Sam’s mental power and divulged many Mukai secrets. He believes that AlterReality-Woman is losing her sensibilities and has probably killed Gell-Man, but that has not been confirmed.

The following is some of the information Job Criger shared with us before he was killed.

  • AlterReality-Woman is the finest creation the Manhattan Bank machine created.
  • He as worked for Mukai for ‘sometime’.
  • Mukai’s original temporal device was destroyed during the Eldrige event in the Bermuda Triangle.
  • Mukai’s base is in Mt. Fugi in 2058, and is probably where AlterReality-Woman is now (1967).
  • Moon base was bought by Mukai and was originally a mining/research facility. He was to provide a layout of the complex.
  • The location of temporal machines he knows about: Mt. Fugi, the Carrier, Chicago and the original Mukai device (see above).
  • Job Criger was a mercenary who was paid to undergo a program where he attained his powers.
  • He is unclear on how deep the US President and Mukai’s relations run.

(Phil has yet to add in a trio of questions before we kill Job. If there are any remaining details omitted- leave a comment.)

Monday, August 18, 2008

Without Question

(Jessie) The question of Percy’s ethics and motivations has surfaced again. And once more I stand by my assessment that he, while motivated by his own goals and interests, is not malevolent. Percy is human and therefore flawed; yes he has made mistakes and yes had associated himself with the wrong people. But that does not make him sinister in my book. While there is no doubt that many questions that shadow him and he has much to answer for, but our enemy throughout these events has been The Mukai without question.

Information gathered recently (from our 1940’s Mukai prisoner) is that the Mukai team was to abduct three Nobel Prize winning scientists at an assembly on May 31, 1968… before Percy does. This fact raises not a single question for me, simply because we have seen Percy freely associating with historical scientists before; Tesla and Newton to be specific. So it’s no surprise that a type of free information sharing collective is being assembled that include the best intellectual minds of our history. Our strategy is a little more straight forward; then again, combat tactics against time-traveling forces was omitted from my text books.

First things first, we need to lay low with the two individuals until we are sure the threat has been neutralized. If possible, I’d like to suggest the moon. If the Pfister-Car can endure the moon’s atmosphere, no one should be looking for us there and from what I hear on the news; Russia is due to land a device on its surface.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)

You can't help but notice a very familiar shape on the campus. Your eyes, maybe even your powers seem drawn to it.

Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Motto: View into the future

Established August 26, 1931