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The Aberdeen Solution was name given to an engineering feat performed by Montgomery Scott in 2237.

Scott, aged 15, constructed seven separate field generators to simulate the multiple interlocked shields of a group of Klingon warships, disproving the Perera Theory by proving that photon torpedoes would not cause an interruption of shield cohesion when precisely placed and detonated at the junction points of the field.

The article was later printed in "The Encyclopaedia of Engineering Development and Design". (TOS novel: The Kobayashi Maru)

In the alternate reality created due to Nero's temporal incursion, Montgomery Scott also managed to develop the solution as a teenager. (TOS video game: Star Trek App)

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