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Dr Weir: Sam Neill Captain Miller: Laurence Fishburne Mr. Cooper: Richard T. Jones Mr. Smith: Sean Pertwee Mr. Justin: Jack Noseworthy
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missyou.wav -- Dr. Weir: I miss you. (16k)
anyonethere.wav -- Dr. Weir: Is anyone
allright.wav -- Dr. Weir: I'm all right
now, thank you. (16k)
relativity.wav -- Dr. Weir: Relativity--
yes, we can't break the law of relativity. But you can go around it. (65k)
math.wav -- Dr. Weir: Well, it's... it's...
difficult to... it's all math. (33k)
layman.wav -- Dr. Weir: Right, well, uh,
using layman's terms: use a retaining magnetic field to focus a narrow
beam of gravitons. These in turn fold space-time consistent with Weyl tensor
dynamics until the space-time curvature becomes infinitely large and you
produce a singularity. Now, a singularity--
Captain Miller: Layman's terms.
Mr. Cooper: Well, f--- layman's terms-- do you speak English?
pieceofpaper.wav -- Dr. Weir: Imagine
for a minute that this piece of paper--
Mr. Smith: Uh, excuse me. That's Vanessa and that's mine.
Dr. Weir: ...This attractive piece of paper represents space-time.
explanation.wav -- Dr. Weir: Now what's
the shortest distance between two points?
Mr. Justin: A straight line. <laughter>
Dr. Weir: Wrong. The shortest distance between two points is
zero. And that's what the gateway does-- it folds space so that Point A
and Point B coexist in the same space and time. When the spacecraft passes
through the gateway, space returns to normal It's called a gravity drive.
Mr. Justin: How do you know all this?
Dr. Weir: I built it. (372k)
disappeared.wav -- Dr. Weir: They
just disappeared-- vanished without a trace. Until now. (50k)
wherebeen.wav -- Captain Miller: Where's
she been for the last seven years, doctor?
Dr. Weir: That's what we're here to find out. (57k)
language.wav -- Dr. Weir: I'm not even
sure if it qualifies as language. (19k)
there.wav -- Dr. Weir: There she is. (15k)
impressive.wav -- Captain Miller: Very
impressive ship, doctor.
Dr. Weir: Thank you. (39k)
unacceptable.wav -- Dr. Weir: That's
withyou.wav -- Dr. Weir: Yes, I'm... I'm
with you. (15k)
unlikely.wav -- Dr. Weir: However, I
think this is entirely unlikely. (20k)
complicated.wav -- Dr. Weir: It's
safe.wav -- Dr. Weir: You can come down.
It's perfectly safe. (25k)
hand.wav -- Dr. Weir: Can you give us a hand?
problems.wav -- Dr. Weir: I've got some
problems here! (26k)
analysis.wav -- Dr. Weir: Well, thank
you for that scientific analysis. (21k)
means.wav -- Dr. Weir: Oh, I don't think
it means anything. (18k)
whatsay.wav -- Dr. Weir: What do you want
me to say? (13k)
dontknow.wav -- Dr. Weir: I don't know.
dontknow2.wav -- Dr. Weir: Look, I don't
happening.wav -- Dr. Weir: There's a
lot of things happening around here that I don't fully understand. I-I-I...
I need time. (60k)
doajob.wav -- Dr. Weir: We came here to
do a job! (17k)
dont.wav -- Dr. Weir: Don't do this.
Captain Miller: It's done. (32k)
cantleave.wav -- Dr. Weir: You can't
leave. She won't let you. (40k)
home.wav -- Dr. Weir: I am home. (13k)
wasntthere.wav -- Dr. Weir: I know
I wasn't there when you needed me. (30k)
please.wav -- Dr. Weir: Please, please
eyes.wav -- Dr. Weir: Where we're going,
we won't need eyes to see. (37k)
stars.wav -- Dr. Weir: I created the Event
Horizon to reach the stars, but she's gone much, much farther than that.
gateway.wav -- Dr. Weir: She tore a hole
in our universe, a gateway to another dimension-- a dimension of pure chaos...
pure evil. (137k)
alive.wav -- Dr. Weir: When she crossed
over, she was just a ship, but when she came back, she was alive. (93k)
beautiful.wav -- Dr. Weir: Isn't she
us.wav -- Dr. Weir: Now she has us. (18k)
miss.wav -- Dr. Weir: What makes you think
I'll miss? (17k)
letleave.wav -- Dr. Weir: The ship brought
me back. I told you she won't let me leave; she won't let anyone leave.
destroyship.wav -- Dr. Weir: Did you
really think you could destroy this ship? She's defied space and time.
She's been to a place you couldn't possibly imagine. And now, it is time
to go back. (165k)
hell.wav -- Dr. Weir: Hell is only a word.
The reality is much, much worse. (74k)
noescape.wav -- Dr. Weir: There is no
comingwithme.wav -- Dr. Weir: You
are all coming with me! (29k)
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15 January, 2005
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