Ship Classification Societies

While shipyards build ships and shipping companies operate (and usually own) ships, who examines the designs that the yards build off and ensure that the shipping lines operate safe equipment? The answer to that is the Ship Classification Society. As an organization, they maintain the technical standards for the construction and operation of space ships,… Continue reading Ship Classification Societies

Iris doors: Who approved these?

Iris doors? Oh, they're very shiny, very high tech. Nothing says "future tech" more than an iris door. But you really don't see them on spaceships anymore. What's the problem with iris doors? Well, a couple of things. First off, they're complex pieces of hardware. Ever see one with the maintenance panels off? That's a… Continue reading Iris doors: Who approved these?

Containment Procedures

On final approach to Bortal Ibiza Kingdom of Ibiza Chief Minister Rheinbach had come to enjoy these little trips out to Ibizan space. Not that home wasn't welcoming. Far from it, but it was becoming harder and harder to maneuver. This little war had dragged on far too long, and the worst part of it… Continue reading Containment Procedures

Side Project

------ Newsfeed Online ------ *Catchy news jingle plays* From the very depths of space to the lowest streets of Fenris, deWulf State News brings the facts of the galaxy to your desk! *DSN News!* Good evening, I’m Janeth deVries. Our top story tonight is a new development from deWulf Heavy Industries. In a press conference… Continue reading Side Project

Theoretical Applications

Briefing Room 2 deWulf Naval High Command, 89th Floor City of Lowell, Fenris deWulf Corporate Democracy "I still don't think we should be funding research anywhere near as much as we are. We need more hulls." PackMaster Hella Kobetsky looked over at her two colleagues, a cold and furrowed look on her face as she… Continue reading Theoretical Applications