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Old 07-28-2019, 12:17 PM   #1
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Default [Psionics] The Spice Must Flow... from Skylab

(This is not a crossover with Dune, nor an AU of it, just a setting which includes a substance with similar properties to the Spice melange, in a world where the first two Dune books have already been published.)

In 1973, on Skylab, an experiment that was not performed in our timeline took place. This produced a powder of tiny organic crystals, which had a very strange effect on any vaguely-intelligent lifeform (at least as smart as most lizards and many fish) that consumed them: The creature would exhibit psychic powers of some description, though which power varies from user to user, and not all are particularly obvious. While under the influence of this substance, users often have difficulty focusing on anything not related to psionics or abstract reasoning, though they consistently focus better on those. When the effect fades, the users lose any drug-induced absent-mindedness, and tend to retain a faint echo of the power gained, which can be strengthened by subsequent doses, until the full ability becomes available without the use of this substance. How long this takes is highly variable, but it generally takes months unless the user is being highly incautious and/or the ability is a fairly weak one. This is also hampered by the fact that a user will not necessarily gain the same ability or abilities every time, though the abilities they do gain tend to be related (the scientists conclude that different people and creatures are talented in different areas of psionics). The substance is also highly addictive, and the addiction is marked by a change in the appearance of the eyes: medium-blue irises with sky-blue sclera. This makes the onset of addiction easy to spot, as the change in colour is gradual, but also makes secrecy somewhat tricky to maintain. Due to these factors, it was almost inevitable that the well-read (and nerdy) scientists working on it would name this substance 'the Spice Melange,' or PROJECT MELANGE in official reports.

The military, CIA, and others who became aware of the Spice took great interest in it, and more batches were ordered to be produced on the second Skylab expedition, once it was determined that the Spice could not be produced in Earth's gravity. Before the third Skylab mission went up, two unusual satellites were launched (and a third while the astronauts were on the station), which were intended to produce the Spice in orbit, without the cost of manned missions. Both failed, which presented a serious problem: no more Apollo capsules were being built (they were too expensive for the job of ferrying people and things around in Earth orbit), and getting Congress to authorize the funds would require telling them why, and the more people who knew the secret, the greater the chance of a leak. Worse, the Space Shuttle would not be available for years yet, and while the military could transfer some of their budgets to NASA in the name of National Security, there were limits to how much they could get away with.

After much debate (and careful examination of several influential senators and representative by CIA telepaths and ESPers using some of the small quantities of Spice they already had), it was decided to reactivate the Gemini program as a placeholder between Apollo and the Shuttle, and to include an order for some version of the planned Big Gemini spacecraft, as well as other variants. The budget would be shared primarily between NASA and the US Air Force, though the US Army, and US Navy would also contribute. No matter what, the Spice Must Flow.

<The Spice is a psi drug that must be produced in microgravity, by sapient beings. It serves as a cross between Mind Hype (Psi-Tech p34) and a variant form of Catalyst Drug (pp33-34). After each use, the user may spend one unused character point (if available) on an ability gained during that use, or the skill or techniques thereof. The Spice is very expensive, highly addictive, and tightly controlled, so an addiction to it costs [-25], on top of the Unnatural Feature [-2] of blue-on-blue eyes. Any creature with IQ 3 or higher gains psi abilities from using the Spice. Creatures in-setting generally have either Psi Talents (often balanced by psi-related disadvantages), Psi Perks (generally from only one or two powers), and/or Features that could be described as 'level 0 Psi Talents.' Full-on psi abilities without any form of catalyst appear to be very rare.>
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Work in Progress, Not Final

Skylab-2, 1993?

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To Be Added

Divergence Point
In 1973, the experiments for the first mission to Skylab are altered, allowing the creation of a psi-drug called 'the Spice Melange.'

Major Civilizations
Western (empire with rivals); Orthodox (empire with rivals); Islamic (multipolar); Chinese (empire); Japanese (unitary); Indic (empire)

Great Powers
United States of America (representative democracy, CR3); United Kingdom (representative democracy, CR3); China (oligarchy, CR5); France (representative democracy, CR4); Germany (representative democracy, CR3); Japan (representative democracy, CR4); Soviet Union (dictatorship, CR5 <unless it's fallen by this point>); Brazil (representative democracy, CR3), India (representative democracy, CR4)

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TL: 7+2; Mana level: None
Quantum: 5; Infinity Class: Z3; Centrum Zone: Inaccesible
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1973

June 15: Skylab I/II mission accidentally produces a light brown, slightly orangish organic powder, that will be codenamed 'the Spice Melange.'

June 22: Skylab I/II expedition undocks from Skylab and returns to Earth.

July 2: The Spice is tested on three female rats. One (Rickie) appears to be unaffected beyond intoxicated behavior, but the second (Suzy) is seen to levitate, escape her cage, and playfully fly around the lab for several minutes at a speed of about one yard per second. The third (Toni) becomes blurry and translucent for a similar duration. A second test later the same day is recorded on film, to be sure that the scientists are not hallucinating; similar results are recorded. Tests on male rats likewise result in the appearance of psychic powers in some of them, and the possibility of unrecognized abilities in others.

July 5: A report on the Spice reaches the desk of President Nixon. After determining to his surprise that it is not a hoax or prank, he orders that more of this substance is to be made, and that human testing is to begin 'as soon as sufficient volunteers of appropriate security clearance are available.' He further orders that the head of the CIA and the Joint Chiefs of Staff be read in on the reports.

July 9: A test on Rickie Rat shows that she can, under the influence of the Spice, easily solve unfamiliar mazes of complexity that would have been beyond her when sober.

July 13: NASA scientists note that the rats which have been exposed to the Spice most often have blue eyes, and demonstrate symptoms of addiction.

July 15: The production of and experimentation with the Spice is officially designated PROJECT MELANGE.

July 17: Scientists at both NASA and the US Naval Research Laboratory determine that the Spice cannot be made in Earth's gravity. Nixon orders that 'scientific manufacturing satellites' be produced with all possible speed, as maintaining Skylab would be too expensive.

July 23: Human testing of the Spice begins, over the protests of several NASA scientists and medical doctors.

July 30: Skylab II/III expedition docks with Skylab. Mission has been modified to include attempts to replicate the Spice created during the previous Skylab mission.

August 10: CIA telepaths determine that Frank Herbert has no idea about the Spice being real.

September 14: CIA warns President Nixon that it is too late to 'fix' the Watergate investigation, and indeed, it was already too late by the time the Spice was discovered. Nixon offers special prosecutor Archibald Cox what will later be called the 'Colby Compromise' - Nixon would hand a number of taped conversations over to Director of Central Intelligence William Colby (he does not inform Cox that he has already done this for all tapes from July 5 to July 18, 1973, to preserve the secret of the Spice), who can review and summarize the tapes without risk to national security. This compromise is rejected.

September 20: First Spice factory satellite launched.

September 25: First Spice factory satellite re-enters and is retrieved. However, the material created is clearly not Spice, and has no effect on psi abilities, nor does it relieve the withdrawal symptoms of Spice addiction.

September 28: Skylab II/III expedition undocks from Skylab, and splashes down safely in the North Pacific.

October 30: Second Spice factory satellite launched.

November 5: Second Spice factory satellite is retrieved. Again, the result is useless. Nixon reluctantly orders NASA to begin working on ways to extend the use of Skylab, or otherwise to maintain manned spaceflight capabilities with sufficient room to produce the Spice, and perform scientific duties to disguise Spice production, in the event that automated production attempts continue to fail. CIA telepaths begin examinations of the minds of influential senators and representatives. Engineers at NASA and various aerospace companies (primarily McDonnell Douglas, Rockwell, and Grumman) begin reviewing and refining existing capsule designs.

November 12: Skylab 3/4 expedition docks with the space station.

December 6: Gerald Ford is confirmed as Vice President by Congress.

December 10: Richard Nixon resigns as President, and is pardoned by incoming President Gerald Ford. Ford is read in on PROJECT MELANGE, and convinced that it is not a prank.

December 11: Third Spice factory satellite launched.

December 17: Third Spice factory satellite is retrieved. The substance produced is once again useless. Manufacture of the Spice cannot be automated at this time.


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I don't know how likely ending up in with Big Gemini is, especially if it ends up a stopgap. By my estimation, a more probable stopgap is going to be Gemini Ferry, possibly with a cut hatch in the bottom. Given that historically Gemini craft were reused, you might see them actually try it again but manned this time.

If killing the shuttle is the goal, you wouldn't have difficulty finding an excuse. Simply blaming delays and difficulties with shielding could be used. Of course, the difficulty would lie in getting the money to restart Gemini or what have you. Almaz had been running at the time, and you have two (perhaps cobbled together) satellites that were failures crashing down. You could have the CIA or the Air Force lie to Congress and say that their new sophisticated spy satellite can't function for some reason and they need bodies in space to operate it (I'm sure this could be kept relatively secret).

If things get real desperate, you could have them use the Skylab Rescue Apollo (perhaps to boost Skylab into a higher orbit if it comes to it).
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I don't know how likely ending up in with Big Gemini is, especially if it ends up a stopgap. By my estimation, a more probable stopgap is going to be Gemini Ferry, possibly with a cut hatch in the bottom. Given that historically Gemini craft were reused, you might see them actually try it again but manned this time.
Big Gemini is something they're researching, which will be scaled down (though scaling it down is not currently the plan for either NASA or McDonnell Douglas; reality still bites, even in a world where psychic powers are real). Think of it as a compromise between Big G and G-Ferry.

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If killing the shuttle is the goal,
It isn't, they just really need to continue manned spaceflight, preferably with something cheaper than Apollo (because discovering the Spice and then not having access to it for several years, during which the Soviets might discover it and do have an ongoing space station program, is completely unacceptable to the people in charge in the USA). This will delay the shuttle and alter the design, though.

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Of course, the difficulty would lie in getting the money to restart Gemini or what have you. Almaz had been running at the time, and you have two (perhaps cobbled together) satellites that were failures crashing down. You could have the CIA or the Air Force lie to Congress and say that their new sophisticated spy satellite can't function for some reason and they need bodies in space to operate it (I'm sure this could be kept relatively secret).
The current plan is that a few sufficiently-important Congresscritters are read in on the Spice, once the CIA has found enough that they think can be trusted not to blab, and to agree that it's needed (see November 5, above). These Congresscritters will use their influence to convince enough other senators and representatives to get the budget passed. The Congresscritters who don't get read in might be given that as an excuse, though.

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If things get real desperate, you could have them use the Skylab Rescue Apollo (perhaps to boost Skylab into a higher orbit if it comes to it).
The re-entry capsule for Skylab Rescue Apollo might be added to the station as an escape pod. It's something I've been considering since I found out it existed while reading up on Skylab for this worldline.
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Big Gemini is something they're researching, which will be scaled down (though scaling it down is not currently the plan for either NASA or McDonnell Douglas; reality still bites, even in a world where psychic powers are real). Think of it as a compromise between Big G and G-Ferry.
The way I'm understand it, Titan rockets were the cheapest rockets available to the Americans at the time, and the Gemini capsule just fit inside the Titan II. A minor (and by minor I mean millions of dollars) revision to Gemini to make it usable as a ferry would probably please accountants and those who want the soonest option. NASA would probably have to get over the "Not Invented Here" issues they have with Titan (like they did in the 80s in our timeline.)

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It isn't, they just really need to continue manned spaceflight, preferably with something cheaper than Apollo (because discovering the Spice and then not having access to it for several years, during which the Soviets might discover it and do have an ongoing space station program, is completely unacceptable to the people in charge in the USA). This will delay the shuttle and alter the design, though.
Well, the way I see it, any big revisions to another kind of spacecraft (in other words, Big Gemini), is going to push the Shuttle way back, possibly beyond your 1993. The people behind the shuttle at NASA are still going to press for the shuttle for the same reasons they did on our timeline, namely the overoptimistic launch costs. If a long delay occurs for the shuttle program, an expendable manned program may very well become so cheap that even the most optimistic of the shuttle backers give in.

If a Big Gemini type plan is pursued, a new rocket will need to be man-rated. I'm sure there would be some people in the Air Force who will want to revive the Titan IIIM, but if it were pursued I'd figure they would end up man-rating an existing Titan III rocket instead. Either way, the Big Gemini spec as planned could fit within SRB boosted Titans.

Building a capsule big enough to work in is probably going to be a major goal; repeating the experiment outside of Skylab will be something everyone involved will be interested in, to determine how much concern the Russians pose and whether the Skylab needs to be protected at all costs.

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The re-entry capsule for Skylab Rescue Apollo might be added to the station as an escape pod. It's something I've been considering since I found out it existed while reading up on Skylab for this worldline.
Thinking about additional Apollo missions, I'd bet the Apollo–Soyuz Test Project would end up being canned in favour of a Skylab 4/5 mission, though this may be politically imprudent.

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Thinking about additional Apollo missions, I'd bet the Apollo–Soyuz Test Project would end up being canned in favour of a Skylab 4/5 mission, though this may be politically imprudent.
The politics of it are exactly why they won't cancel it - that, and the fact that it only gives them one more capsule.

SRB-boosted Titans are probably what the eventual Big G design will end up using, yes. Probably the Titan IIIE, as that's going to be ready well before Big G is, and has a better Payload-to-orbit than the other existing Titan III variants, while (AFAICT) being less expensive than the Titan IIIM.

The shuttle is far enough ahead of what I've got relatively-close to postable that I can decide later whether to cancel it or not, but the effects of psi abilities and the development of other, non-drug psi-tech should be considered.
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Elsewhere, someone asked me about a three-wheeled car called the Dale, which I hadn't heard of before, but I like History Guy shorts, so I watched the video (it's a bit over ten minutes long, and worth taking in if you have time). That lead to me writing a short timeline entry for 1974, which I'm wondering if I should include, and if so, if it should be modified, and how:

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June 17: Dale Clifft is contacted by Harley-Davidson on the matter of a three-wheeled car he'd built, which was basically a motorcycle with the front wheel and handlebars replaced by a frame, shell, two from wheels, and other bits added, to give it several of the advantages of a car, while being licensed as a motorcycle. A con artist calling herself Liz Carmichael would later approach Clifft on the matter, but by then, he would already be signed with HD, and have no interest in Carmichael's start-up.
So, my questions:

1. Should I use it at all, or just drop it?

2. Is Harley-Davidson a plausible company to choose to develop it, or should I use a different one (and if so, which one)?

3. Is the date reasonable, or should I set it later? I'm not clear when exactly Clifft started driving his car-thing, nor when he met Carmichael, only that ads for the Dale in our timeline started appearing around November, 1974.

4. Should I use the History Guy link in the timeline entry, or the 3wheelers interview that I have there currently?

5. Are there any other modifications that should be made to this entry?
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Reading about the various Astronaut Groups to make sure that I'm using astronauts who would be available at the time (a lot of the earlier ones retired before 1973) can be pretty interesting. Reading about Group 3 was a bit of a shock, though: Along with Roger Chaffee, who died in the Apollo 1 fire, there were three that you might never have heard of, because Charles A. Bassett II, Theodore C. Freeman, and Clifton C. Williams all died in T-38 crashes.
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1974

January 3: A number of highly-influential senators and representatives are briefed on PROJECT MELANGE (see also November 5, 1973).

January 8: Gemini Program reinstated by Congress, due to the greater costs involved in the construction of more Apollo capsules, and the need for time to finish designing and building the Space Shuttle. The new Gemini C capsule will have retractable waldos externally mounted on either side of the nose section, ahead of the reaction control thrusters, as well as a small external cargo module visible from the cockpit windows, and reachable by the waldos; the capsule interior will have slightly more space, due to advances in technology since 1964, as well as the rear hatch from the Gemini B configuration, and two or more equipment module variants. Research and development on Big Gemini is included in the budget, but production of the larger capsule is not confirmed at this time. In addition, the US Air Force requests that McDonnell Douglas re-examine the Manned Orbiting Laboratory, either as an expansion of Skylab, or an immediate replacement for it if Skylab becomes unusable before Big Gemini or the Space Shuttle is ready.

January 21: Official call goes out for female astronauts; the Mercury 13 are among those invited to participate in tests. Unbeknownst to the public, or indeed any but a few in government, this decision was influenced by the advice of CIA precognitives.

February 8: Skylab 3/4 expedition leaves the space station, and returns home.

February 19: Paramount Pictures orders a new live action season of Star Trek. William Shatner, having just closed a movie deal (he will be playing a skeptical reporter investigating the disappearance of a colleague at an allegedly haunted house), will not be available when most of the episodes need to be filmed, and so Captain Kirk is to be promoted to Fleet Captain and given command of the new Dreadnought prototype USS Federation (he will have cameos in seven episodes, mostly appearing on the viewscreen and not interacting with the rest of the cast directly, and longer rolls in three, out of a 25-episode season), with Spock serving as Captain of the Enterprise.

April 1: Several female astronaut candidates are given doses of the Spice (after having been vetted by CIA psychics). Among others, Mary Wallace 'Wally' Funk is discovered to be highly talented at Extra-Sensory Perception. <ESP Talent 3>

April 12: Gemini XIII launched unmanned to test the revised capsule design. Second stage malfunctions, putting the capsule into an unstable orbit, which the ground crew are unable to recover from. Capsule burns up on re-entry. Unknown to the public, Wally Funk had warned NASA of the problem after seeing the rocket at Cape Kennedy, but the decision had been made to go ahead anyway. She appears to have an unconscious and reflexive ability to predict disasters relating to vehicles; the physically, temporally, and emotionally closer she is to the event, the more likely she is to see it before it happens. <Visions (Aspected: Vehicular Dangers)>

April 16: Gemini XIV launched unmanned (using TV cameras and other equipment in place of astronauts) to test the revised capsule design. Vehicle operates normally (including remote control tests of the waldos).

April 17: Gemini XIV re-enters the atmosphere after 25 hours 34 minutes in orbit, and is retrieved by USS Enterprise.

May 6: Gemini XV launched, first manned mission for Gemini C model (commanded by Eugene Cernan, with Harrison Schmitt as pilot). After several tests, Gemini XV soft-docks with Skylab - hard-docking is not possible, as the Gemini capsule would have to have been much more heavily modified to allow the inclusion of an Apollo docking system in the nose, and an equipment module with said system is not yet available. Instead, the astronauts spacewalk from the capsule to the station's airlock. Skylab is powered up without problems, though shutting down the Gemini capsule to conserve power proves difficult, needing to be done manually during another spacewalk.

May 29: Gemini XVI launched. This is the first launch of the 'man-and-cargo' variant of the Gemini C capsule: the control panel is slightly modified to allow for a single pilot to comfortably control the craft (in the case of Gemini XVI, this would be Alan Shepard), while the other ejection seat is removed, and the mass allowance for both seat and astronaut occupied by cargo. Gemini XVI soft-docks with Skylab's lower docking unit, and Shepard delivers his cargo to Skylab via the airlock.

June 17: Dale Clifft is contacted by Harley-Davidson on the matter of a three-wheeled car he'd built, which was basically a motorcycle with the front wheel and handlebars replaced by a frame, shell, two front wheels, and other bits, to give it several of the advantages of a car, while being licensed as a motorcycle. A con artist calling herself Liz Carmichael would later approach Clifft on the matter, but by then, he would already be signed with HD, and have no interest in Carmichael's start-up.

June 25: Wally Funk no-longer needs the Spice to precog serious vehicle-related problems.

July 16: Big Gemini officially designated 'Project Argo,' and greenlit by Congress. Argo's Service/Habitat Module design and production is assigned to Grumman, mostly for political reasons; Grumman engineers work closely with McDonnell Douglas to avoid problems interfacing between the two vehicular sections, and to ensure component compatability in the event of an emergency (in particular, the two sections will use identical fuel cells and CO2 scrubbers). Argo's re-entry capsule is smaller than the original plans for Big Gemini, having a normal occupancy of four or five and a maximum occupancy of seven, rather than the nine or twelve of the initial proposal. The planned launch vehicle is the new Titan IIIE.


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