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Safe mode - Photon torpedoes have a "safe mode" for storage.  Reed told Archer that it was lucky that the
    torpedoes were in safe mode when they hit an anomaly because otherwise they could have gone off.
                                                               "Proving Ground" [ENT]

Saint Peter's - During his time on earth, Dr. Phlox attended mass at St. Peter's.  This would seem to
    indicate that Catholicism has survived until at least the 22nd century.
                                                              "Cold Front" [ENT]

Sal (Joe Maruzzo) - loan shark turned freedom fighter in 1944 Geman occupied New York.  When his
    friend Vic was captured by the Nazis, he threatened Archer to get him to tell him why the Nazis
    were after him.                                   "Storm Front, part 1" [ENT]

Samuels, Nathan (Harry Groener) - Minister.  The architect of a "Coalition of Planets".  His
    father died in a freighter accident and he blamed the pilot, who happened to be Denobulan, so
    when he was 18 years old, he joined the isolationist movement known as Terra Prime.
                                                                "Demons" [ENT]

Sarin - SEE:  Suliban

Satellite, Manmade - Archer orders a scan for manmade satellites at "Strange New World".  Reed reports
    "none within range".                             "Strange New World" [ENT]

Satellite, Surveillance - After removing Andorian colonists from the planet Paan Mokar (Weytahn) the
    Vulcans placed a surveillance satellite in orbit to monitor the planet for further Andorian activity.
                                                                "Cease Fire" [ENT]

Sato, Hoshi, Ensign - SEE: Sato

Saucer section - One berth of an alien repair station unfolds to a size to accomodate Ent's "saucer section".
                                                                "Dead Stop" [ENT]

Scan - It would appear that the Enterprise needs to be closer than 5000km to scan for biosigns on Axanar ships.
                                                                "Fight or Flight" [ENT]

Scan, Biomolecular - SEE: Biomolecular scan

Scan, Invasive - A scan which damages or alters in some way the object being scanned.
    Two crewmen were subjected to invasive scans by unknown aliens resulting in neurological damage.
                                                                "Silent Enemy" [ENT]

Scan, Microcellular - Phlox used a microcellular scan to disccover that the anomaly which hit
    Archer had left several clusters of interspatial parasites in his hippocampus.
                                                                 "Twilight" [ENT]

Scan, Submolecular - When Dr. Phlox discovers that the tropolisine "atoms" in crewman Novakovich
    each contain an extra neutron, the breakdown of which causes the compound to become toxic, he says
    that a submolecular scan would have detected them.
                                                               "Strange New World" [ENT]

Scanners, Targeting - SEE: Targeting Scanners

Scorch marks - On the Axanar ship they were comprised of a residue of oxidation and thermal shock effects
    indicative of a high yield particle impact (weapon's fire).
                                                                "Fight or Flight" [ENT]

Scott, B.  -  MACO.  male.  Mirror Unniverse.
    Assigned to the ISS Enterprise (NX-01) in 2155.  One of several Enterprise crew to leave the ship
    in escape pods when the ship was trapped in a web and destroyed by the Tholians.  Was later
    retrieved by the USS Defiant (NCC-1764) under the command of Captain Archer.  Later he helped
    Archer search the Defiant for Slar, a Gorn.  He was attacked by the creature when he tried to defend
    the captain from an attack in a corridor of the Constitution class ship's primary hull.  B. Scott may
    have simply been injured by the Gorn, although the creature's attack seems extreme and it is likely
    he was killed.  It is unknown whether B. Scott exists in our universe.
                                                                "In a Mirror, Darkly, part 2" [ENT]

"Scruffers" - Phlox read that, on Earth, a dog called "Scruffers" once traveled 3,000 kilometers
    attempting to reunite with its human keeper.
                                                              "Doctor's Orders" [ENT]

Semi-fluidic alloy - T'Pol's "metallurgical analysis" of the derelict time ship reveals "several unusual alloys",
    including one in a "semi-fluidic state".
                                                              "Future Tense" [ENT]

Sensor - From 5000km they can read the components in an Axanar ship's hull.  On the enemy ship they couldn't
    penetrate the shielding to tell what kind of weapons they had, but were able to tell once they charged them.
                                                               "Fight or Flight" [ENT]
    Ent's sensors can detect and count the humanoid "lifesigns" on a Minshara-class planet from 4.5-Ly.
    However, from a 500-km orbit, Ent's sensors can't distinguish between different types or species of
    humanoid lifesigns.
    SEE: Optical Sensor                            "Civilization" [ENT]
    T'Pol, carrying a case of "sensor enhancements", came aboard the shuttlepod to help Archer search for a
    Dark Matter nebula.                            "First Flight" [ENT]

Sensor grid, Internal - Daniels has equipment to detect Suliban, but it would be more effective if tied into
    the Enterprise's Internal Sensor grid in Main Engineering (he also needed Archer's command codes).  After
    hooking up his device, Daniels needed an additional 20 megawatts routed to the "sensor grid"; over T'Pol's
    skepticism, Trip says that the grid can handle it.
                                                               "Cold Front" [ENT]

Sensor, Handheld - The Starfleet handheld sensors can detect "neutrino emissions" (it is impossible using
    today's technology to intercept these particles with such a tiny reaction cross-section, instead of using the
    "several lightyears of lead" to stop a neutrino that is usually cited in today's literature).
    The hand-held scanners can also perform a sufficiently detailed DNA scan to distinguish two humanoid
    species, from several meters with no contact.
                                                              "Civilization" [ENT]
    The readings on T'Pol's scanner are in Vulcan.  Perhaps this is her own personal scanner.
                                                              "Strange New World" [ENT]

Sensors, Long Range - The ECS Fortunate's "plasma cannons" knocked out Ent's "long-range sensors".
    Getting them "back on-line", Tucker estimates, will take about four hours.  The table GUI shows
    "loss of signal" on their track.  Travis helps with the repairs in Engineering.  He suggests that they bypass
    circuit L-47.                                        "Fortunate Son" [ENT]

Sentry probes - In an alternate future, sentry probes were used to warn the Earth settlement on
    Ceti Alpha V of approaching ships.  Hoshi was monitoring the sentry probes when they detected
    six Xindi ships entering the system.    "Twilight" [ENT]

Service Junction 59 - SEE: Service Junction 59.

"Shadow, The" - The Shadow was an entertainment radio program that Hoshi picked up on the radio
    in an alternate 1944 timeline.            "Storm Front, part 1" [ENT]

Shenandoah - Duval (one off the test pilots on the NX test program and a mutual acquaintance of Trip and
    Archer) was promoted and got command of his own ship, the "Shenandoah".
                                                             "Silent Enemy" [ENT]

Sherry - Malcom Reed's aunt.         "Shuttlepod One" [ENT]

Shields - In an alternate future, the Enterprise has newly installed shield technology.  When they hold
    up under the first Xindi attack, Tucker says to remind him to send a thank you note to General Shran.
                                                                  "Twilight" [ENT]

Shield modulations - Ryan tortures a Nausicaan to get their shield modulations so he can remodulate his
    weapons.                                              "Fortunate Son" [ENT]

Shiraht (Eric Pierpoint) - Member of Eska hunting party.
                                                                 "Rogue Planet" [ENT]

Shower - Enterprise uses water showers.  There is one in the captain's quarters. Perhaps the sonic shower
    hasn't yet been invented.                      "Unexpected" [ENT]

Shran (Jeffrey Combs) - SEE: Shran, Andorian

Shuttlepod (aka "Pod") - SEE:  Shuttlepod.

Sickbay -  SEE:  Sickbay.

Silik (John Fleck) - SEE: Suliban, Silik .

Simulation J6 - A test of the targeting scanners.  It consists of a target acquision followed by a simulated
    launch.  When run on the malfunctioning system, in the simulation there was 5 seconds to impact but
    the missile was off by 3 meters.  This corresponds to being off by only 0.02%, but in real life could
    mean the difference between hitting a weapons port or a warp core.  (If 3 m = 0.02% then this would
    seem to indicate that the Enterprise has a "targeting window" of 150 meters for whatever range from
    the ship this simulation was designed for).
                                                                "Fight or Flight" [ENT]

"Siren Calls" - The intense magnetic fields of gas giants often create unique waveforms.  When this EM
    interference is translated into audio you get a very strange sound which is like wind, radio squelches,
    or screaming.  Mayweather used to call them "siren calls" when he was a kid.  His dad used to put the
    sounds through the speakers every time they passed a gas giant.  It gave Travis nightmares.
                                                                "Sleeping Dogs" [ENT]

Situation Room - SEE:  Situation Room.

"Six-oh-two (602) Club" - A little bar in Mill Valley where all tthe Starfleet trainees used to go.
    Ruby was a waitress there.                    "Shuttlepod One" [ENT]
    A bar frequented by those associated with the NX Test Program.
                                                                "First Flight" [ENT]

Skag / Skagaran - SEE: Skagaran

"Sluggo" - A snail like life form.  It was the only lifeform found within the first two weeks ofSluggo
    Enterprise's mission.  Its gender (or even if it has one) is not
    known.  It had trouble adapting to the stress of being removed
    from its argon-rich native environment.  It hardly moved and
    was not eating.  Dr. Phlox tried an argon lamp and also prepared
    nutrients comprised of protein concentrate to try to whet its
    appetite but nothing worked.  Dr. Phlox wanted to feed it to his
    bat, but Hoshi prevailed upon the captain to make a detour so
    they could leave it on a planet that approximated the conditions
                                                                of its homeworld.
                                                              "Fight or Flight" [ENT]

Soccer - In Spring of 2152, Archer mentioned that England had reached the World Cup (soccer) finals.
    Reed calls the sport "football".           "Minefield" [ENT]

Socorro, Ensign - Dr. Phlox thinks that after exercising she smells like the  adrenal gland  of a Nausicaan.
                                                               "Fight or Flight" [ENT]

Song of the Wandering Angus, The - A poem written by Keats that was one of Archer’s favorites
    growing up. His mother used to recite it to him often. It tells of a man named Angus who spends his
    life searching for a woman he glimpsed once with apple blossoms in her hair. The shapeshifter Archer
    meets on DeGalla takes the form of this woman.  SEE: Song .
                                                                "Rogue Planet" [ENT]

Soong, Arik (Brent Spiner) -
    2133:  Soong worked at Cold Station 12, a medical research station.  He stole 19 genetically-engineered
        embryos left over from the Eugenics Wars.  He took them to a planet in the Trialas System where
        he raised them.
    2144:  The Augments were around ten years old when Soong was captured.
    2154:  Soong was no longer allowed traditional recording devices in his cell after he programmed a PADD
        to unlock every security door in the building thereby escaping.  He made it as far as Sausalito before
        he was recaptured.
                                                               "Borderland" [ENT]

Sopek - SEE:  Vulcans, Sopek

Soval - SEE:  Vulcans, Soval

Spacedock - There must be spacedock facilities nearr  Jupiter Station  since Trip was referring to
Spacedock    work to be done at Jupiter Station  as work to be done in a
           "Silent Enemy" [ENT]
    Archer claims they've been involved in the Temporal Cold War
    since they left Spacedock.
            "Future Tense" [ENT]

Space Moth - SEE: Pycan Space Moth.

Spatial Charges - Trip rigged some spatial charges designned to spread metreon particles over a wide
    area for the purpose of illuminating a dark matter nebula.  The ones he made could illuminate over an
    area within a range of 500 km.        "First Flight" [ENT]

Spatial Geometry - I've read a few papers on spatial geomeetry," says Tucker, but nothing suggesting
    that a ship could be bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.
                                                             "Future Tense" [ENT]

Spatial Torpedo - SEE: Torpedo

Speleothem - A three-member team of Denobulan geologgists studied the caves on Xantoras which
    were noted for their "speleothems".  Their leader even remarked that it was the most remarkable
    collection of speleothems he's ever seen.
                                                              "The Breach" [ENT]

Sphere - SEE:  Technology and Weapons of the Sphere-Builders, Weapons of the Xindi, Borg Sphere Ship.

Spinach, Minaran - SEE:  Minaran spinach

"Squeek" - Strange sound that Archer claimed was coming from under the deck plating in his ready room.
                                                              "Fight or Flight" [ENT]

Stabilization protocol - The NX-Alpha's warp 2 flight was delayed while Mission control worked
    out some last minute problems with "stabilization protocols".
                                                               "First Flight" [ENT]

Stanchion - An upright bar, post, or support (as for a roof).  The supports for the roof on the bridge
    are called stanchions.                         "Rogue Planet" [ENT]

Standard Orbit - Archer told Mayweather to put them in a standard orbit right before the Enterprise was
    hit by a cloaked Romulan mine.          "Minefield" [ENT]

Starboard - The right hand direction as one is facing forward.  Also the right hand side of a ship as one is
    facing in its normal direction of travel.

Starfleet - Human space exploration program based in San Fransisco, Earth. It's headed by  Admiral Forrest.
                                                              "Broken Bow" [ENT]
    Starfleet assigned Enterprise its course.
                                                              "Fight or Flight" [ENT]
    Sometime later it becomes the agency of the Federation dedicated to exploration, diplomacy, and defense. Its
    headquarters and Academy are in San Francisco on Earth.

Starfleet Command - There are portraits of Starfleet Captains at Starfleet Command. Visiting recruits
Starfleet HQ    get to see them every day.  An Artist in Oakland is to paint
    the one of captain Archer from a picture which Tucker sends him.
        "Rogue Planet" [ENT]

Starfleet Medical - This is where they took the injured Klaang and where Adm. Forrest wanted Archer
    to meet him to discuss his situation.  Also there appears to be aliens participating in the Interspecies
    Medical Exchange program assigned here as that is where they met Dr. Phlox.
                                                                "Broken Bow" [ENT]

Starfleet Regulations - Starfleet regulations prohibit the Captain from leaving the ship unaccompanied.
                                                                "First Flight" [ENT]

Starlog - SEE:  Log

Starship Construction Yards - Archer, playing a joke on Tucker, tells him that Coridan had the
    largest Starship Construction Yards in the sector whose products could "run rings around" Vulcan
    ships and maybe even reach warp 7.
                                                           "Shadows of P'Jem" [ENT]

Static - Hoshi heard a kind of interferrence on the com system - high-frequency distortions which
    were mixed in with the static.  She could not find the source even after running two diagnostics.
    The distortions were being caused by a creature that had invaded the ship.
                                                            "Vox Sola" [ENT]

Stealth technology - Xyrillian ships employ stealth technology.
                                                           "Unexpected" [ENT]

Stellar Nursery - T'Pol detected a Stellar Nursery along their course; Trip once saw one in the "big lens"
    outside Anchorage.                             "Fight or Flight" [ENT]
    Enterprise changed course to investigate a stellar nursery in which they detected "several ships".
        Location: The nursery is described as being "not far from here".   Archer and T'Pol also explain
            that Enterprise has been underway for 4 months, 3 weeks, and 6 days. (Considering the scarcity
            of Stellar Nurseries this is presumably the same one T'Pol saw in "Fight or Flight".  Also it is
            hard to match this up with any currently known astronomical body.  Perhaps this particular
            nursery is behind another object, like Rigel for instance, in our night sky.)
                                                               "Cold Front" [ENT]

Stem Bolts - A bolt is a rod or pin used for fastening objects together.  It usually has a "head" at one end,
    is threaded at the other, and is secured by a nut -- "stem bolts" are obviously some type oof specialty bolt
    or proprietary design since they are not configured like an ordinary bolt.  They are probably called "stem
    bolts" because the parts of a "stem" would be attached to each other using them, or perhaps the stem itself
    would be secured to some other object using the bolts.  It is also possible that the bolts were once originally
    designed for or used on "stems" but after they were found to be useful for other applications simply retained
    the name "stem bolts".  In the real world, Stem bolts actually exist, but they are definitely not the same thing
    we see on the show.  The real world item is used in the part of a bicycle called a "stem",  which is the part
    that attaches the handlebars onto the steering mechanism for the front wheel.)
    Some of these were among the cache of stuff that was stolen from Enterprise.
                                                            "Anomaly" [ENT]
    Although it is not known if all the stem bolts mentioned in Star Trek are self-sealing, there does exist a
    self-sealing variety of this particular type of bolt.  Self-sealing Fasteners are those which have an elastomeric
    insert or a captive O-Ring that provides both sealing and locking features simultaneously.
    Self-sealing stem bolts are very useful items.  Nog and Jake Sisko traded some yamok sauce for 100 gross
    self sealing stem bolts on stardate 46844.  They eventually traded these for 7 tessipates of land on planet
    Bajor.                                               "Progress" [DS9]
    They are used in the production of reverse ratcheting routing planers.
                                                            "Prophet Motive" [DS9]

Storage Bay - The Command Center used to be a Storage bay for conduit housings.
                                                            "The Xindi" [ENT]

"Strange New World" - An unnamed MinShara class planet with two moons.  There are no marker-
Strange New World        buoys, beacons, or manmade satellites within Enterprise's scanner range.
                                           "Strange New World" [ENT]
        It was the first M-class planet Enterprise found.
                                          "Home" [ENT]
    Location:  As viewed from Earth, it is just to the left of Polaris.
                                          "Home" [ENT]
        Shortly after disembarking from their shuttle, Archer comments
        on their 3 weeks in deep space to get there.  Later, Trip, during his
        hallucination-induced paranoia refered to being 6 weeks into their mission.
                                                               "Strange New World" [ENT]
    Atmosphere: 17% oxygen, 81% nitrogen, With her scanner, T'Pol identifies
        "trace elements" of Nitrogen Dioxide (no such chemical compound really
        exists) and Chloromethane.  High winds can get up to around 80kph.
                                                               "Strange New World" [ENT]
    Geography: Archer decides to land in the Northern continent because he “likes the looks of it.”  There
        are mountains to the southwest of the landing area where plants with hallucinogenic spores grow.
        There are caves less than half a kilometer from the landing site with cave walls composed of
        limestone and cormaline.                "Strange New World" [ENT]
        There was a mountain range on the Southern Continent with an amazing view.
                                                                "Home" [ENT]
    Flora and Fauna: A diverse ecology with no sign of humanoid life.  The planet also has a diverse
        insect population, including some that glow like fireflies.  Cutler scans small fishlike creatures in a
        river.  The landing party detected nocturnal marsupials.  Flowering plants produce tropolisine and
        a toxin which is activated when stray neutrons in the tropolisine decay.  This powerful hallucinogen
        is released into the air during high winds on the planet.
                                                               "Strange New World" [ENT]

Stromatopod - The Horizon misplaced a shipment of Stromatopod larvae that they were supposed to
    deliver to the Demerians.                   "Horizon" [ENT]

Structural Integrity -  Reed said that if they reinforced structural integrity that the ship could weather
    a class 5 neutronic storm without too much trouble.
                                                                "The Catwalk" [ENT]

Stun Grenade - T'Pol mentions stun grenades as a possiible means of subduing the Novans during a
Inactive Stun GrenadeArmed Stun Grenade    hostage crisis, but they were not used on this
                "Terra Nova" [ENT]
    They were used against the crew of a Suliban ship,
    during a raid in an effort to get evidence to prove
    the Suliban's involvement in the destruction of a
    Paragaan mining colony.
                  "Shockwave" [ENT]
    In the Armory, an Osaarian raiding party are met
    by Archer, Reed and the MACOs, but Archer orders them to stop shooting (when he realizes the
    warheads are armed) and to throw a stun grenade instead.  However the raiders beam out just before.
                                                                "Anomaly" [ENT]

Submammalian database- Phlox's "sub-mammalian database" doesn't contain info on "bugles"
    (his mispronunciation of  "beagles").    "A Night in Sickbay" [ENT]

Subspace amplifier-     The subspace amplifier is cylindrical in form.  In stowed form, two semi-
Subspace Amp    cylindrical panels [solar collectors? radiators?] wrap around a narrow
    lower cylinder, which is topped by a wider upper cylinder, then a dish
    antenna.  After deployment, the panels hinge out on arms (and remain
    parallel to the main body), and the dish pivots downward.  It is dropped
    while in normal space, from a circular port, possibly built for this
    express purpose, on the underside of the port "pontoon".
                               "Silent Enemy" [ENT]

    As part of its mission, the Ent deploys its first "subspace amplifier"
    in order to improve communications.
    Since an amp can improve communications such that the ship can hear earth better, even when dropped
    right next to the ship, it cannot be just a simple repeater-type relay buoy...  A repeater relay ought to make
    a difference only if it sits somewhere between the transmitter and the receiver, not if it's next to one of them.
    Thus it would seem that in the 22nd century a ship can not function as its own relay station.  Also that the
    amplifier can not be activated aboard ship, but has to be dumped overboard to function.  Perhaps the
    engines or other ship's technology creates some interference or maybe the amplifier generates a
    dangerous radiation field.  Still, these amplifiers are probably the forerunners of the manned relay stations
    we've seen in "Aquiel" [TNG].            "Fortunate Son" [ENT]
    Ent drops "Echo Two", a subspace amplifier in a "clean launch" 100 lightyears from earth, it very
    quickly makes contact with "Echo One".  Archer asks how long before subspace is on line, to which
    Hoshi replies that it will take about an hour since she wants to send some test transmissions to
    "calibrate" the amplifiers.  Realtime video communication with earth is seen to be possible at this
    distance.  Both amps were both destroyed by unknown aliens.  Two days travel at maximum warp
    got the Enterprise back to a position where they could relaunch another amplifier.  Ignoring the wf^3
    formula, the trip back would appear to be approximately fifteen light years, since that is how long and
    how far the sidetrip to Rigel was for them in "Broken Bow".    This figure agrees with the 22ly range
    for unboosted subspace transmissions given by the TNG:TM and may be smaller because the
    technology in Enterprise" might not be as advanced.This would also mean that there should be an
    already existing comm-net extending out from earth in the direction of Enterprise at least 60 lightyears,
    and possibly further.                        "Silent Enemy" [ENT]

Subspace buoy - In the alternate future, T'Pol received a message from Starfleet that was relayed through
    a Subspace buoy.                               "Twilight" [ENT]

Subspace Corridor - The Enterprise had to take a subspace corridor which allowed them to travel very
    quickly across 11.6 light years and get to the Xindi council in time to stop the weapon.  Ships can only
    travel through it in one direction.  The entry side of the Corridor is inside a nebula which is guarded by
    Kovaalans.  The exit is patrolled by Reptilian ships so Degra had to meet Enterprise there as an escort.
    When they went through originally, the trip only took a few seconds, but the NX-01's impulse wake
    destabilized the corridor causing it to shift in time.  The Enterprise was displaced into the past 117 years.
                                                              "E2" [ENT]

Subspace displacement field - produced by the warp coils.
                                                             "Cold Front" [ENT]

Subspace field - While testing the NX-Alpha, the subspace field destabilized at warp 2.2 right before
    the ship's destruction.                       "First Flight" [ENT]

Subspace frequencies - Trip in an attempt to distract the alien computer complains of distortion in
    the high-band subspace frequencies.   "Dead Stop" [ENT]

Subspace implosion - Phlox consulted with the finest neurosurgeons and quantum physicists, who
    concluded there was no way to destroy the interspatial parasites that had infected Captain Archer,
    short of vaporizing him in a subspace implosion.  When they decide to create one, T'Pol says they
    would need to overload three plasma injectors, thereby triggering a "feedback pulse" through the
    reactor.  (If they triggered a subspace implosion with the warp core, why did the visual show ENT
    blow up slowly, starting with the forward saucer section?  Was the implosion a relatively small
    event, triggering non-engine explosions elsewhere -- perhaps related to combat damage?)>
                                                                  "Twilight" [ENT]

Subspace noise - Mayweather tells a ghost story in which people think they hear a distress call
    from an "empty" lifepod.  One possible explanation he gives was that it might have been subspace
    noise.                                                "Strange New World" [ENT]

Subspace Transceiver Array - SEE: Transceiver

Suliban - SEE:  Suliban

Superman - Tucker reads Superman comics, and claims they have layer upon layer of subtext.
                                                              "Shuttlepod One" [ENT]

Supernova - Star that explodes. Only stars that are approx. 3 times heavier than our sun go supernova
    naturally.  Lighter stars go nova.
    Enterprise encounters a J'ral class supernova remnant.
                                                               "Civilization" [ENT]

Supply Locker - Supply Locker C, located on the upper level of Engineering contains a spare plasma
    injector.                                              "Twilight" [ENT]

Surak - T'Pol gave Archer a book titled "The Teachings of Surak".  SEE:  Vulcans, Surak

Survey ship - SEE:  Vulcan Survey Ship

"Sweet Spot" - A region of zero g that exists on almost every ship.  It is usually located about halfway
Sweet spot    between the gravity generator and the bow plate.
                                "Broken Bow" [ENT]

Symbalene blood burn - Virulent disease that can rapidly kill a large number of people in a very short
    period of time.  Spock made reference to this upon finding the entire Malurian civilization destroyed
    in 2267.                                              "The Changeling" [TOS]

Synaptic Inductor - A small blue medical instrument that Phlox used during the operation to transplant
    Porthos' pituitary gland.                    "A Night in Sickbay" [ENT]

System tap - Trip had a plan to "re-route the systemm taps" to "compress the antimatter stream before
    it reaches the injectors," thereby eliminating "field fluctuations" at warp 5.0 and permitting a smoother
    cruise.                                                "Similitude" [ENT]


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