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: When the Icarus Two was broken apart from Icarus One, there's something we weren't thinking about. The computer was down. The airlock was decoupled manually. Corazon
: I was on the flight deck with Cassie the whole time. Capa
: And I was with Mace and Searle in the observation room. Mace
: And I think we can all... assume it wasn't Harvey. That leaves one possibility. Corazon
: Trey. Capa
: But why would Trey do it? He blames everything on himself, he sleeps twenty-three hours a day, he's clinically depressed... Why'd he do it? Mace
: We don't know, but we can't discard it as a possibility. Corazon
: And there's something else.
[slides forward a piece of paper
: With Searle and Harvey gone, we lost two breathers. We have enough oxygen for four crew to make it to the payload delivery point. Capa
: So we'll do it. Mace
: I'll do it. I'm not passing any bucks. Corazon
: Well, then... Mace
: We'll vote this time. Unanimous decision required.
: Well, you know where I stand. Corazon
: [draws back the piece of paper
] And me. Mace
: [look at Capa
: What are you asking? That we weigh the life of one man versus the future of all mankind?
: Kill him. Mace
: [looks at Cassie
] Cassie... Cassie
: [a tear slides down her face
] No. Mace
: Cassie... Cassie
: I know the argument. I know the logic. You're saying you need my vote. I'm saying you can't have it. Mace
: [long pause
: Sorry, Cassie... Cassie
] Oh God... Make it easy for him. Somehow.
: It's invigorating. It's like... taking a shower in light. You lose yourself in it. Corazon
: Like a floatation tank? Searle
: Actually, no. More like... In psych tests on deep space, I ran a number of sensory deprivation trials, tested in total darkness, on floatation tanks - and the point about darkness is, you float in it. You and the darkness are distinct from each other because darkness is an absence of something, it's a vacuum. But total light envelops you. It becomes you. It's very strange... I recommend it. Mace
: What's strange, Searle, is that you're the psych officer on this ship and I'm clearly a lot saner than you are.
: [stepping between fighting crew members
] Air's low. We need to limit our exertions.