This short snippet has five whole sentences, and most of them are commentary as Ort tries to convince himself everything is fine.
New alert: Introduce a new alert, but this time it’s for real.
Belief: What does your narrator believe about this alert?
Judgment: How might the narrator judge the situation? (Just use another belief if judgment doesn't make sense for you.)
Expanding: Expand on the belief or judgment.
Prediction: What does the narrator think will happen next?
Part of the reason we don’t believe Ort thinks everything is fine is the shortness of his sentences: so many short sentences in a row make us think the narrator is rushing, like they are desperate for good news.