by Thane Carios
(Cornea Station) Conflux expert Professor Athena ShaiDen of Sutonia University announced today that more data is needed on Conflux Infestations. On 117.3.30 ShaiDen used a new technique to collect data on Conflux infestations, employing a customized narrow-beam scanner and taking readings from the infestation’s plasma port as it was being destroyed by nukes from the other side of the gate.
“We go some really great data,” said ShaiDen, “but we really need more to make the information useful. Unfortunately, you need to use special equipment and be at the right place at the right time. I was really lucky the last time. It was not a planned thing. And infestations have not been happening that frequently.”
“Not that I’m complaining,” she added.
ShaiDen said she is looking into the possibility of assembling a small team to assist in data collection, but is not ready to announce any details. “I need to figure out how many narrow-beam scanning kits I can get funded before taking this further,” she said.