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Multi-Phase Security Lockdown System

This system starts with an audible warning in a computer voice, the added a moderate alert noise, such as to evacuate an area. When used in conjunction with the evacuation of a dark matter propulsion engine core, the emergency evacuation tube must be entirely evacuated and the engine compartment of the ship must be put into lockdown stage. The dark matter propulsion core ejection tube goes into a critical alert phase, with 100 different echoes of the evacuation alert noise internal to the ejection tube due to the magnetic fields. This is why the entire compartment must be put into lockdown, and the ejection tube must be entirely evacuated. The noise can be heard throughout the ship as the noise echoes through the hull of every compartment, and all planets and ships in the area are able to hear the alert noise, registering at over 30,000 dB. When the dark matter core is launched from the evacuation tube, the launch is projected to enter a part of space that will not be affected by the ejection of the core, to be sure the core will not damage space if the core were to leak and mix with other nuclear materials in space, ie. stars. The likeliness of a requirement of a core ejection is highly unlikely, while the option must be available, and the emergency precautions must be in place.

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