"The quantum physicist uses a computer in order to analyze the data."
Translation:De' pojmeH 'otlhtej, De'wI' lo'.
That's too bad. Cicero famously used Latin's penchant for putting the verb at the end to add suspense in his speeches. I would love to imagine a Klingon Cicero, keeping everyone in the vaS'a' on the edge of his seat, making the most scandalous accusations but making the assembly wait until the end of the long, periodic sentence to know precisely whom she was accusing. Perhaps that would be a bit too Romulan.
That kind of speech is very different from normal communication. If you wish to build suspense by holding the subject to the very end, then the grammar will allow that. But in normal speech I would probably very quickly lose interest in the story if I had no idea who we were talking about.