Iúna: “Thanks for bringing the new protocols from São Paulo.”
Dr. Kauffmann: “You know, you’d get these updates a lot faster if you’d just get a body mod…“
Iúna: “Dr. Kauffmann, I must admit that I’m adamantly opposed to body mods and SynTh implants…but I am very grateful that you’ve taken the time to travel all this way from DC.”
Dr. Kauffmann: “It’s alright, we were in Boston this morning anyway… besides, I wanted to thank you in person. No one beats your MERV* ratings… I’ve got your organzas in every window of my house.”
MERV= Minimum efficiency reporting value
Iúna: “Just doing what we can. What’s happening in Boston?”
Under this dialogue is a view of Iúna’s desk. We see sneak peek’s of the new splicing and voltage-treatment protocols visualized with light, a floating sphere controlled by a thick piece of SynTh canvas, stretched on a semi-circular frame that, when Iúna stands inside of it, places the canvas at about hip height, easy to reach while standing.
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