To: General Director Jehovah
From: Lucifer, Head of System Technology Department
In the course of our work on project Genesis, we have run into some difficulties
(specifically in the "Let there be Light" phase of the project):
We do not currently have access to a source of uninterrupted light that can be channeled
into two separate luminary bodies. I propose we utilize a standard "Red Dwarf" type light
source for daytime illumination, and use a mirror for nighttime light.
Upgrade to "Yellow Dwarf". The cost differential is minimal, but aesthetically, the look
is far more impressive.
-- Gabriel (Marketing dept.)
But that's a multi-client light source! Why would the user need it for a single-planet system?
The marketing department will tell to the user what he needs or doesn't need.
Lucifer, please restrict your comments to questions within the field of your competence. I'm approving
the "Yellow Dwarf".
By the way, with the level of light output generated by a Yellow Dwarf, we can use a regular planetoid
instead of a mirror.