Okudagram contentEdit

Three different graphics of the anomaly are seen in this episode. It seems the corresponding text does make sense this time, no "Dirty Pair" references in this graphic, it seems. Here's what I was able to make out:

Vortex graphic, Time squared 1
Scan – Local temporal continuum anomaly E347

Tao factor - Variable [approaching 2,45 x 10E 5 PFM]
Proton decay timebase ref – Ln A – System diagnostics indicate probable (XXX)
Quasar pulserate ref – Analysis [rest approximation] – E26 – X,XX x 10E 2

Vortex graphic, Time squared 2
Scan – Local temporal continuum anomaly E347

Effective radiated subspace field power – 5,23 x 10E 34 XXX parsec
Net vehicular structure torque [XXX vectors] – 2,38 x 10E X7 dynes XX
CapXan lactaXe output – X,XX x 10E 7

Vortex graphic, Time squared 3
Scan – Local temporal continuum anomaly E347

Image – Synthesized spatial distortion XXXX overlay
Newtonian matrix comparison – (negative function)
Lorentz-Fitzgerald analysis – (negative function)

Can you help? --Jörg 13:15, 22 October 2006 (UTC)


Upon rewriting this article, it occurs to me that it should probably be moved to "local temporal continuum anomaly," as that was the technical term used in the Okudagrams, and "energy vortex" was simply a term used to describe it, and isn't very technical. Thoughts? -Angry Future Romulan 15:43, July 20, 2010 (UTC)

Personally, I'd rather use the term spoken in the episode, especially if it was repeatedly, than one barely seen on an okudagram. --OuroborosCobra talk 16:50, July 20, 2010 (UTC)

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