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Introducing the USTS Enterprise NC1701

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Vulcan Science Institute, Shik’Kar , Shik’Kar District, Planet Vulcan

Planetary Time Synchronized to Planet Earth – November 2nd, 2006 – 06:44:22.717 UTC

A completely nude female Vulcan by the name of T’Pol charged into the Science Directorate, striding quickly past the receptionist.

“Commander, Commander, Do you have an appointment?,” the ensign receptionist insisted as she, also completely nude, tried catching the commander.

“I am tired of being waylayed, ensign, I am seeing the Admiral NOW,” Commander T’Pol said in a raised tone of voice as her trajectory on the Admiral’s office remained unfettered.

“But he’s in a,” the ensign trailed off as she burst through the doors interrupting the Admiral and a…

… human … guest.

To her surprise the Admiral was not nude and was instead wearing traditional ceremonial Vulcan garb.

“Admiral, what the hell is this?,” she said.

Commander Spock smiled warmly.

“Commander T’Pol, I would like you to meet Admiral Kirk,” he said, showing an open palm towards the guest who was beaming, ear to ear.

Highly incensed, she responded “But Admiral, He’s human.”

“She’s very astute,” said Admiral Kirk looking at Commander Spock as he looks her head to toe, “I can see why he likes her.”

The Admiral leaned forward, his open hand extended to Commander T’Pol.

Amy looked at the human man who claimed to be an Admiral with suspicion.

“Admiral Kirk, former Captain of the USS Enterprise N, C, dash seventeen zero one dash B,, and current Captain of the USTS Enterprise NC seventeen oh one,” he said.

She shook his hand, quickly, still unsure of the situation and how to react “USTS, I am not familiar with that designation,” Commander T’Pol said, as her attention swerved to her Vulcan Admiral “Admiral Spock, I demand to know what’s going on, why is a human here, first contact isn’t….”

“Have a seat, Commander,” Admiral Spock said, as he waved to the seat next to the human admiral.

“But a human. This is,” She started to say.

“He’s from the future, Commander, as am I,” said Admiral Spock.

Her mouth dropped, “But the science directorate, it said that time travel is impossible”

Her face was incredulous.

“Deception has never been a stranger in this room, has it Admiral Kirk?” Admiral Spock said, smiling.

“No, it has not, “ said Admiral Kirk,

“Please, Commander, I insist, have a seat, “ said Admiral Kirk.

The Commander looked nervously from Admiral to Admiral, as she, still completely nude, moved to the seat next to Admiral Kirk, as the three sat slowly down in unison.

“I just don’t understand, “ she said, “everything I was told.”

“Was true when it needed to be, “ said Admiral Spock.

“I’d planned on coming in here discussing …. wait a moment “ she said, standing up again, “computer, end simulation,” she said, somewhat in a panic.

“Commander, you are not in a simulation,” said Admiral Spock, now please, have a seat.

“How do I know you’re even the Admiral? ,” she said, “and HIM – he’s not supposed to be here,” she said pointing a finger at Admiral Kirk.

“Commander, while it’s convenient that you showed up when you did, you’re free to leave this room and go about your business if that’s what you prefer, “ said Admiral Spock.

“That’s exactly what I prefer,” she said, and proceeded to the exit of Admiral Spock’s office.

“Commander, Jim here’s only going to be in town for three days. So please, when you’re comfortable with resuming this, make it within the next three days and give me a warning next time, I’d like to be a little more prepared,” said the Admiral.

The Commander, nodded, not saying anything, as she exited the door.

The door closed as she left.

“Think she bought it?” said Admiral Kirk to Admiral Spock.

“Would you have, Jim?,” responded Admiral Kirk.

“Probably not. But as much as I don’t want to see it. It would probably be easier for her to accept if you weren’t wearing any clothes, either,” he said.

“I was thinking the same thing,” said Admiral Spock, “I was doing this for you, Jim”


Vulcan Science Institute, Shik’Kar , Shik’Kar District, Planet Vulcan

Planetary Time Synchronized to Planet Earth – November 4th, 2006 – 15:03:27.849 UTC

“Commander, please, come in, have a seat,” said a completely nude Admiral Spock who walked out and towards the door towards the completely naked Commander T’Pol at the door as she was let in by the receptionist into his office.

He took her hand and embraced it in his.

AS she walked in with Admiral Spock, she noticed the human Admiral Kirk was once again in front of the large and casual desk clothed in a highly decorated starfleet uniform she hadn’t recognized, he was standing as well, and walked towards her, repeating the gesture.

“I still don’t know how I feel about this,” said as she began to walk towards the desk.

“Commander, there’s something I’d like you to see before we get started,” said Admiral Spock.

Admiral Spock walked with her to the fireplace, which she had never actually seen lit, as he swiveled an ornate and highly detailed model of a Surook Class vessel 180 degrees inside it’s concentric ring, then he gripped it with his open palm, and pushed the entire thing down like a lever. An audible click could be heard, as Admiral Spock released the lever and the model reoriented and returned to it’s original position.

A few seconds later, what was once a fireplace and it’s adornments all receded. in much the same way the waves of a wind blown water might level – revealing a door against the wall..

The Commander looked at the Admiral who smiled and said “Interactive Holography”

It wasn’t the interactive nature of a hologram that had her confused though.

On either side of the fireplace was windows. The Admiral’s office had a magnificent view of the Science Academy and the Pyramids of Cydonia in the background. As Admiral Spock reached around his neck pulling a key on a string out, Commander T’Pol had walked over to the window on the right of the door and saw open air.

She’d never, in fact, noticed the lack of a fireplace on his office.

She stepped back, as the Admiral took a straight edged key with grooves on the inside of it, as she looked back to see the human Admiral having had taken a seat at one of the two chairs next to the long couch on the far side of the room.

He smiled, as he then looked out the window, waiting for whatever it was the Admiral Spock had planned on showing him.

The seven foot tall by four foot wide door swung open and flush to the interior. revealing a large almost steampunk style looking interior, which stood nearly fifty feet across and twenty feet in height with comfortable looking reds and browns as the Admiral looked back at the Commander and said, “are you ready?” as the Admiral stepped inside.

The Commander stared straight ahead.

“Commander!,” said Admiral Spock, “Are you with me?”

The Commander stared straight ahead.

Frozen.

“Commander!,” he repeated.

Admiral Kirk stood up.

“Are we losing her again?,” said the Admiral Kirk.

Admiral Spock rushed up beside her, and took her hand.

The Vulcan science Directorate has said that time travel is impossible,” said Commander T’Pol.

“Yup. We lost her again,” said Admiral Kirk.

“We have to try something else,” said Admiral Spock.

The Vulcan science Directorate has said that time travel is impossible,” repeated Commander T’Pol.


Vulcan Science Institute, Shik’Kar , Shik’Kar District, Planet Vulcan

Planetary Time Synchronized to Planet Earth – November 2nd, 2006 – 06:44:22.717 UTC

A completely nude female Vulcan by the name of T’Pol charged into the Science Directorate, striding quickly past the receptionist.

“Commander, Commander, Do you have an appointment?,” the ensign receptionist insisted as she, also completely nude, tried catching the commander.

“I am tired of being waylayed, ensign, I am seeing the Admiral NOW,” Commander T’Pol said in a raised tone of voice as her trajector on the Admiral’s office remained unfettered.

“But he’s in a,” the ensign trailed off as she burst through the doors interrupting the Admiral as he was standing in front of his desk, completely nude, arms folded, as if he was waiting for her.

“Admiral,” she said, looking at him confused, “What are you waiting for?”

“You,” Admiral Spock responded.

“Wait. What? This all feels. So familiar….,” she began to say.

“It’s about time, Commander, there’s something I’d like you to see,” said Admiral Spock.

“But Admiral, “ he said.

“AMY! COMMANDER T’POL!,” the Admiral said, in a raised tone of voice, “This is important!”

The Commander noted how he never raised his voice.

She apologized.

Admiral Spock walked with her to the fireplace, which she had never actually seen lit, as he swiveled an ornate and highly detailed model of a Surook Class vessel 180 degrees inside it’s concentric ring, then he gripped it with his open palm, and pushed the entire thing down like a lever. An audible click could be heard, as Admiral Spock released the lever and the model reoriented and returned to it’s original position.

A few seconds later, what was once a fireplace and it’s adornments all receded. in much the same way the waves of a wind blown water might level – revealing a door against the wall..

The Commander looked at the Admiral who smiled and said “Interactive Holography”

It wasn’t the interactive nature of a hologram that had her confused though.

On either side of the fireplace was windows. The Admiral’s office had a magnificent view of the Science Academy and the Pyramids of Cydonia in the background. As Admiral Spock reached around his neck pulling a key on a string out, Commander T’Pol had walked over to the window on the right of the door and saw open air.

She’d never, in fact, noticed the lack of a fireplace on his office.

She stepped back, as the Admiral took a straight edged key with grooves on the inside of it, as she looked back to see a seat at one of the two chairs next to the long couch on the far side of the room which strangely – looked emptier than it should have.

She made a mental note. Filed it away for later perusal.

She looked back at the Admiral, and felt like smiling.

She didn’t know why but something about this moment was feeling right.

The seven foot tall by four foot wide door swung open and flush to the interior. revealing a large almost steampunk style looking interior, which stood nearly fifty feet across and twenty feet in height with comfortable looking reds and browns as the Admiral looked back at the Commander and said, “are you ready?” as the Admiral stepped inside.

The Commander stared straight ahead.

“Commander!,” said Admiral Spock, “AMY! Are you with me?”

“I… am…. ,” said Commander T’Pol, “I’ve seen something like this,” she said as she walked to the left window to see if it had the same view as the right side did, which it did only displaced a few feet.

Admiral Spock walked inside.

“Would you care to join me?,” he said.

Commander T’Pol walked in and marveled at the setting.

She realized the room was much larger than it looked from the outside, which made her suspect some form of dilation in time and space may have distorted the view and may have made this even possible.

The room was fifty feet in diameter, cylindrical, with a single wall extending about eight foot in height, made out of what appeared to be an Earth like flagstone. The floors were a beige berber type shag carpet, as she noted how extremely comfortable it felt to walk on it barefooted. On either side of the entry way was cherry wood stairways with brass hand rails, which led to the second floor, a ten foot wide walk way with spartan rails coming up from the top of the flagstone walls which would prevent a clumsy humanoid from a short drop. Two stairways at the back of the massive fifty foot room also led up and were situated in the same position only opposite the ones leading into the room. Underneath all the stairwells were stairwells leading down to an unseen level.

Leading to the middle of the room was a semi-transparent and lightly lit blue walkway, consisting of a material which felt like a soft, very pleasant to walk on padded rubber. through the transparent surface could be seen four light blue solid cylindrical surfaces staggered left and right in decorative support of the blue walkway, each flush against the transparent surface but – T’Pol noticed – undetectable to her feet as the Admiral walked towards the center of the room.

AS she did, she looked to the left and noticed for the first time two chairs – red velvety antique looking things with high backs, facing towards eachother at a 45 degree angle, with a round end table in between them topped in a red marble and an old fashioned, by Earth standards, lamp, and next to the right chair from her perspective was a plant which looked indigenous to Earth. On the right side was another red chair, this one looking far more comfortable and something she imagined herself actually laying in as she read one of the numerous books that lined the massive nearly twenty foot long bookshelf with a sliding ladder on a rail to the chair’s right.

She was able to comment, how “Earth like” the decor was feeling,…

When she saw him. on a long couch which itself looked like it could be moved effortlessly and was currently stationed as closed to the center console which was roughly ten feet in diameter on the same material as the walkway leading up to it,

“Admiral is that a ..” the Commander trailed off.

“Commander, it’s my pleasure to introduce,” Admiral Spock began saying.

The humans abruptly stood up, “Admiral Kirk,” said the Admiral as he extended his hand towards her

Commander T’Pol looked at Admiral Spock and then looked at Admiral Kirk, taking his hand, which he warmly clasped with his other hand, shaking it lightly as he said “It is absolutely my pleasure to meet you.”

“Look at you,” he said, politely scanning her naked body up and down, “you are absolutely beautiful”

“I’ve been lied to, haven’t I,” said the Commander to Admiral Spock.

“And she’s quick, too,” said Admiral Kirk.

“James, let me handle this, “ said Commander Spock.

The Admiral touched a button on the console, when, in the same fashion the fireplace had disappeared, two seats grew out of the flooring in front of the couch.

Admiral Kirk went and sat back down at the couch, arm casually draped over the right arm of the ten foot long couch.

Admiral Spock went and sat on the far seat, immediately in front of Admiral Kirk, as he waved Commander T’Pol over to the vacant seat stool next to him, “Come, Commander, please take a seat, we have much we need to discuss”

As she walked over, Admiral Spock turned towards the console, pressed a button, and the door to the entrance could be heard closing.

“Why Spock, I don’t think I’ve ever seen this side of you,” said Admiral Kirk as he looked at Admiral Spock’s bare ass seated on the stool at eye level just in front of him.

The Admiral looked over his shoulder, as Commander T’Pol took her seat, as he responded “Jim, do you mind if I have the floor for a bit?”

“I still don’t understand why he’s here,” said the Commander.

“We’ll get to that in a moment, Commander,” Admiral Spock said.

He pressed a button, and the computer screen on the console lit up “In 2151, You and Captain Archer uncovered a Vulcan listening post hidden beneath the temple of P’Jem, something the High Command had explicitly told you was not being done. Do you remember our conversations that ensued”

“I do, I came to you and told you I didn’t feel I could trust their leadership.” the Commander replied.

The Admiral pressed a few more buttons on the console.

“Do you remember this man?,” he said, as an image of a human came on the screen.

She looked at the image. She wracked her brain.

“He looks familiar, but no, I can’t say as I do,” she said.

The Admiral then said “And tell me. Why did you say I’ve seen something like this before shortly before entering”

She looked straight ahead. Her eyes remaining fixed in space.

“But none of this is making any sense. The Vulcan high command said that time travel… “ said Commander T’Pol.

Admiral Kirk cut in “Dammit, Spock, I’m telling you this isn’t going to work”

The Commander turned to Admiral Kirk.

“Why don’t you explain to me why it is an Admiral is Captaining a first generation time ship? I thought people like you belonged behind a desk, and left the exploring to those who can walk more than twenty feet without becoming winded.” said the Commander, with a sly smile.

Admiral Kirk sat and looked at her with feigned hurt, as Admiral Spock clasped his hands together in delight.

“Whoever this is, he’s rewritten our history book, I remember now, that was Q, wasn’t it? And that ‘bigger on the inside, you reverse engineered it, and that’s what this is?” she said.

“It is,” said Admiral Spock as he touched the screen.

He grimaced slightly.

Not enough for the Commander to catch on to.

But enough for the Admiral to.

“And yes, that was was Q, “ he said.

“Well now that you have seen what I have to show you, what did you want to chat about?,” said Admiral Spock.

“Are you sure there’s not more you wanted to show me?,” said the Commander, with a sleight tinge of suspicion in her voice.

“You’ve seen it, “ said the Admiral, “Clearly there’s much more to show you, but you cut this a bit short as Jim has a set schedule and you waited until the last minute to arrive”

“I did,” she admitted,” I’d come to you to discuss my efforts with Q, the bridge between Earth years 2006 and 2011 isn’t coming together as neatly as I had planned and I was going to look for advice on how to create the war.”

Admiral Kirk looked alarmed “A war, what’s she talking about?”

Commander T’Pol looked at Admiral Kirk and then Admiral Spock as she said “Are you sure he should be here?”

Admiral Spock responded, quickly, and politely “Amy, or Commander, which do you prefer now?”

“I’m fine with either, “ she said.

“Fair enough. Commander, I hope you understand the physics of space and time are not fixed, and accordingly, neither are the events in space and time, but Amy, there’s a wonderful timeless film I would like you to watch by the name of Fifth Element. It might provide you a few clues on how to address your bridging problem,” said Admiral Spock.

“I was hoping for a more direct answer, “ said the Commander.

In matters of time as it’s associated with space, I’m afraid that’s just not possible.

Admiral Kirk stood up, and extended a hand towards Commander T’Pol.

“I’m afraid I must bid my adieu. it was my pleasure,” said Admiral Kirk.

“Jim, I’d like you to wait here for a moment, I’ll see Amy here out,” said Admiral Spock, “Commander?” he said as he got up and started heading for the door.

She’d mentally noted how it felt so rushed. But didn’t inquire, and followed him.

“Ms Newton, “ Admiral Spock said as they walked out of this ‘bigger on the inside room’ to his office and to the door leading her out, “I need you to seriously consider what’s important to you and move forward keeping that in mind.”

He held the door open for her.

Both standing there totally naked.

AS he said “Commander, I’d like to see you tomorrow, after your last meeting.”

She nodded, and politely said “Thank you, Admiral” and walked out without saying anything.

The Admiral closed the door behind her, and walked back inside where Admiral Kirk was still sitting on the couch.

“It’s the Queen,” said Admiral Spock to Admiral Kirk.

“How do you know?”, Admiral Kirk responded.

“The logs. Privately Secured Captain’s logs from Captain Archer at Starfleet,” he said.

Admiral Kirk looked at him and forward , saying only “Hmm.”


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