A vital ingredient for creating Toothpasty_Supplement_#5, recently in short supply in Costin-U-MOR-8's home sector. No reports yet as to why, although Commie_Mutant_Traitors were doubtless involved. Sometimes I wonder about Costin-U's VIOLET supervisors, but no obvious treason can be reported to them.
Beta-Toxsystene is a fully researched protein activator which dissolves the trace amounts of Algae left behind after eager Citizens report back to work just a scant 37.4 seconds after finishing their mealcycles. On occasion, I (Screwz-U) have been known to reward especially eager Citizens (who make it back in just 23.5 seconds) with a "Minte-Frech" version, to make remind them that I care. If a Citizen is even more efficient, I will even have a courier deliver an "Aur-Frechenir" with my smiling face on it, with the Citizens name on it, so that they can bask in the "Minte" aroma for up to 6 hourcycles!
I'll remind you again that putting Beta-Toxsystene into general circulation is a bad idea. Communists and Death Leopard activists have contaminated three major Algae Vats with Beta-Toxsystene within the last monthcycle alone. I once again recommend that all algae-dissolving protein activators be reclassified to Green or higher clearance.
Speaking for Power, we're finding this stuff all over the place. We've even found it flowing in the electrical ducts in some sectors, and you can't tell me that's right. Not to mention the trace amounts detected during cleanup of the Four_Reactor_Foam_Flood. Who's putting this stuff there? Anyone from R&D know about any pet projects with this stuff?
Could be rogue Denta-Bots or other cybernetic oral implants. I hear some of them have taken up a feral existence in the duct and conduit system. I still remember that horrible ToothBot incident where some of the bots chewed their way free of their owners' jaws. It's the sort of thing that makes me glad that I don't have a mouth.
Interestingly, we in R&D discovered that it seems to have electric-damping qualities. We're not sure why, though I imagine if it was in fact in the electrical ductwork as Servs-U says, it certainly didn't help matters during the Disaster.
Of course, we discovered this after finding it in the ducts ourselves. No experiments here. No siree.
You know, Jan-U-ARY-31, I have no problems whatsoever doing just that. Might as well make it Blue.
The paperwork to reclassify Beta-Toxsystene to a higher security clearance was filed some time ago - there are, in point of fact, three such sets of paperwork, each specifying alteration to a different security clearance (or graded set of security clearances, in the case of AU32/Reclas_$4F DS992-alpha [CPU7]. The conflicting multi-part redundancy is directly responsible for the ensuing processing time. I remind all High Programmers that the standing CPU recommendation is to routinely submit a Annulment Contingency Rider along with forms of any notable thickness.