Data Recovery/Audio Log Entry Ten (10)/DSIL/Deep Sea Installation: Laurentian/Laurentian Abyss/Team Leader Log/April 22nd/Parties Involved: One  – Omar Carmine
 Log entry I don’t have a clue, so I’m going off date from here on out on these company mandated updates. So, it’s April 22nd. We’ve been here a week on Dsil. And I’m not going to lie, I’m bored. We all are, except for the scientists, that is. They seem to be in there element. I still have no idea what they’re doing and no inclination to find out.
An audible sigh can be heard on the audio recording.
 I’m getting off topic. As per protocol I have nothing to report. Everything, thus far at least, is running as it should be, whether that’s a system on Dsil or a member of the team.
There is a short pause.
 The update from Doctor Hussein will be attached to this entry. She assures me it will document everything she and her team have planned while down here. She also assures that everything on her side too is going as planned.
Omar takes a breath that is audible on the recording.
 On a personal note, seeing as this is a personal log even if it is mandated by the higher-ups, I don’t see why we non-scientific types are down here. We don’t really serve a purpose other than to sit around and run a procedural check here and there. Pretty sure the lab coats could manage to perform those sorts of things themselves without us. I feel like we’re in the way, a distraction and an unwanted one at that. Except on the occasions when we serve as labourers to the science team who seem incapable of ferrying anything from the storage section over to the labs they keep themselves holed up in for more than twelve hours at a time.
Omar groans as if in pain or drained.
 But money is money and this jobs paying good. Just hope the entire duration isn’t like this, or I might grow old before my time. Anyway, report done. Team Lead, Omar Carmine, signing off.
 Not soon enough.
Then the log entry stops with Omar having ended the recording state of the Dsil’s integrated computer system.