>>That's what I thought at first too. I think it depends on whether
>>you're triangulating based on distance or direction.
>Hence my comment about not needing the third, if you get any
>directionality from the observations :)
Oh. Right. Heh.
>Hmm, well that does seem to indicate directionality, actually... but
>useful enough for triangulation, I suspect...if they could get
>enough other data points.
And get any sort of accuracy; as the authors have noted, that's the real problem here.
>Ah, well; I suspect The Authors will find
>some way to render all this speculation moot :)
Indeed. My wild-assed guess: Kamor Bakhva is involved somehow. Either Kei suicides (how?) and they use it straight, or (slightly more likely) they adapt it to reach across spacetime. I put the odd of this at about 1%, but since when did that stop speculation?