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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

no answers...

I realize that I'm responding how I always do in a major crisis... by going clinical and focused.

And that focus is making me see some very disturbing things.

Michael knew the symbol for rain/water...and seems to have taught it to Wheely at some point...but she didn't know what Noloben was.

The (assumed Bahro) in with Wheely sat silently with her, passive and observant for the majority of the rescue. Wheely didn't report a change of behavior and increasing agitation until, it seems, Michael was able to make verbal & visual contact with her.

Once she understood that it was saying "Noloben", Wheely seemed more curious than scared, wanting to know why. Michael did not seem...supprised... when the (Bahro) said Noloben. If anything he brushed it off.

Why did the (Bahro) seem to panic at the end? What triggered that response?

The more I look at it, the more I see ties between Michael's arrival, and the increased agitation. Why? Has Michael been learning things from the survivor on Noloben? Does Noloben leave a mark on people, somehow, that the Bahro can sense?

The answers are on Noloben. We need that book.


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