Greetings and hello from the future of timeline fork A0793x95. Tonight eight brave pilots traversed space in the sixth dimension resulting in an alternate timeline from which we may never escape. The gang made more than seven quantum jumps in timeline to arrive at where we are using our Quantum Dimensional Jump Machine.
Along the way we traversed a black hole, rode to the top of a multi-tier transport hangar bay, did the SCUL shuffle, prepared nachos in the park while fixing a nasty mechanical, lit off sparklers, and even named a new baby maggot.
That's right, our new baby maggot, Axma, was named by a random jump of the aforementioned QDJM into a timeline that will forever change her life. For the better or the worse is yet to be seen. It is among the most dangerous leaps a pilot can make in a sixth dimensional quantum field, but she made it with confidence and not a hint of fear in her eyes.
Among the many other dangers of quantum travel in the sixth dimension and making so many leaps in timeline as we did is the not experiencing the timelines you will forever not be able to partake in. I already deeply miss the music of my favorite bands from the other timelines we didn't jump to, even though I haven't even heard of them in this reality. I can almost taste that amazing home cooked meal I'll never have next year because my life is on a different path altogether now. These are just some of the sacrifices we make, but they are necessary, they are worth it, and we are SCUL pilots and we do what we must.