posted on Jul, 18 2009 @ 08:13 PM
August 2009 - Sugar Grove, WV - Advanced Communication Center, "The Hive"
The elevator door opens, and Professor Paul Brown, in civilian clothes, begins to walk down the corridor. The ground is covered with a sort of gray
rubber which makes funky noises when people step on it.
He reaches a security door. Thumbprint are retina check are a match, and Brown goes through.
He enters the "control room" which looks like the typical monitoring station: Two men and a woman sit in front of computers monitoring data while a
projector screen on the wall in front of the displays a map of the US with several hundreds of red dots scattered all around.
Nobody seems to have noticed Brown entering the room. Brown stands behind the operators looking at the screen, "Number 1. Turn Beta on."
The woman starts typing on her keyboard without a word. The wall display changes and the outline of the US switches from grey to green. The woman
immediately adds, "Beta transmitter operative, 1"
Brown continues with instructions, "Number 1. Turn RFID on."
The woman types to more and the red dots on the map turn green, "RFID on, 1"
Brown goes on, "Number 1. Turn datalink on and set operative software on a host in New York City."
The woman types and the wall display zoom in on NYC. She adds, "Datalink connection established. Uploading remote software to user 1287. Upload
complete. Remote control online, 1."
Brown's enthusiasm builds as a green dot in the center of the wall display turns yellow and blinks. He shouts, "we are in business people!"
The operators don't answer, and Brown continues, "Number 1. Turn Number 2 on."
The woman types and the chair of the man next to her props back. The man stays still. Two electrodes on the headrest lock the man's head in
position. The woman adds, "Number two online. Operational data transferred. Mission Active Thunder engaged, 1."
Brown moves close to the woman a looks at her screen. He grabs a pen on the table and writes on a sticky note. The note reads "JACK LEBLANC".
Brown sticks the note on the forehead of the man. "Sweet dreams Mr Leblanc," he adds before leaving the room.
As Brown is about to cross the doorway, he turns around and looks at the woman. "Number 1, do you want to have a drink? You should relax you never
take any time off."
The woman freezes. Her hands are blocked over the keyboard. Suddenly, her head tilts down and up again. After a couple of seconds she says,
"Invalid syntax entry. Please refer to data code manual. Operating system restore complete, 1."
"Almost human," says Brown as he leaves the room.