Book (or logbook) The Silent Wall
It was difficult to find in a situation like the one that scientists and workers at the research centre had recently experienced, today we headed to Ly Kobayashi’s rooms, for who in a special way the experience has struck her emotionally, she knows that she must get up and start the day diligently but something keeps her immobile inside the covers.
Observing Erha Kasey, naked and lost within that mess, produced a sea of confusion and enormous discouragement, she suddenly remembered that time when she stopped in the conference room to read the unsigned message from the dean that everyone knew and she felt the proximity of Erha, who without touching her with the mere fact of having him a few centimetres from her body caused her uncontrollable heart acceleration.
Now she remembered it, the same sensation occurred in her body with that mixture of pain for the events that occurred due to the explosion in the computer centre.
She clearly remembered what Erha had said to her that day:
<Do you think that a theory can be destroyed with at least 5 reasonable doubts?>
Ly remembered the effort she made to be able to answer logically with her heart on the verge of breaking out of her chest …
<Researcher Kasey, if the person who has to elaborate these questions can ask them, of course, I could>
With a slight smile resting on her pillow and looking at the ceiling of her room, she remembered Erha’s next question:
<Would you dress without question in that new and clothed theoretical dress?>
She replied to Erha:
<If I trust the researcher who arranged changes in the theory, of course, I would, but I assure you that there are few in which I place my trustfully.>
Ly rolled over in bed and hugged her pillow with a smile when she remembered the way that Erha elaborated the following question:
<The term putting your trust fully in someone, isn’t it dangerous for you?>
Taking a deep breath she turned to look at him, she suddenly decided to place her eyes before his and answer with total certainty:
<Researcher Erha Kasey, there are few people for whom I would go blindly to the precipice because before jumping I would know that their support and security would rescue me to achieve the goal>
When she remembered such a response, in a jump, she took off the covers and realized that it would be like that and not otherwise, the team trusted and worked because each of the members was doing their job and placing their confidence in the methods they had developed.
She sat down in front of the virtual agenda and typed in the scheme that everyone knew to start the day: