Neuro-Embryonic Containment Fluid

Neuro-embryonic containment fluid is the substance inside of pods that protects the capsuleer. In addition to providing biological sustenance and a natural hyperconductor of brain wave electrical activity, the fluid contains unique graviton induction/convergence properties that, when combined with the inner-capsule shell membrane, behaves as an inertia dampener, allowing the pilot to perform high-G maneuvers in space.

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