Uses of Reskariaehhrr In Protection From Tetryon Radiation

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2395, Vol. , No.

Uses of Reskariaehhrr In Protection From Tetryon Radiation

Researchers/Writers: Dr. Lael Rosek, Dr. Timothy Alentonis
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Institutional Affiliations: Starfleet Corps of Engineers


This article addresses


During a mission to the Antor II colony in the Shoals, the crew of the USS Veritas (NCC-95035, Veritas Class) was faced with the difficult task of rebuilding the colony after devastating earthquakes caused by subspace anomalies, which was further exacerbated by terrorists detonating tricobalt devices in the planet's once-thriving New Macau metropolis. Over a year later, the damage has yet to be fully repaired. The domes used for housing currently exceed their maximum occupancy limits. The planet's thin atmosphere makes it even more crucial that the colony is able to house all of its inhabitants safely.

The discovery of a rare Romulan mineral, Reskariaehhrr, among a lost fleet of Romulan treasure ships that has proven resistant to tetryon radiation could prove instrumental in protecting starships traveling through the area from the affects of the radiation as well as in the construction of buildings for colonies like Antor II. Research has been conducted, resulting in a modified form of the metal that can easily be replicated for widespread use in the Shoals and in other regions of space affected by this and similar types of radiation. The findings of this research are detailed in the article that follows.


For the purposes of this article, tetryon radiation is defined as radiation generated by the bombardment of subatomic particles that can only exist in subspace environments. When these particles come into contact with normal space, they "exhibit erratic properties" (Subspace). Because of their random momentum, sensors can't track these particles.

Though Borg nanotechnology is one of the most well-known examples, this technology is simply miniature machines programmed to fulfill a specific function. This particular technology is commonly used in Federation isolinear circuitry found aboard 24th century Federation vessels. This type of circuitry replaced duotronics, which was common aboard 23rd century Federation vessels. See isolinear circuitry.

The extended brief for the Romulan mineral, Reskariaehhrr, can be found here.

Literature Review

Conceptual Framework


Materials, Design, and Procedures

Discussion & Conclusions