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Uh, still don't get the idea from the experiment yet. So Subject Zero is a soul? In Experiment-95 and Experiment-107, is Subject Zero is in a body of something or still a soul? If it is a soul how does it communicate? Lastly, in -110, Crow wrote that he/she/it (hey, who knows) would create a "host". What is this host about?
Despite of all my question, I like it. Very interesting. Upvoted
You should read through everything here — http://www.scp-wiki.net/olympia-project — and then it should make sense. In short, Subject Zero is both the body and the soul, integrated. The mentioned host is the body created in the other experiment.
Also, as far as I know, Crow is male.
I find it really unscientific to say "I picked male and female because I don't think it really makes a difference." This is the perfect device to test that theory. If this were irl, I would propose the following experiment:
1) Collect several male and female subjects.
- some of the subjects are to be set aside as interviewers. At this point in the experiment, their job is to interview each subject outside the group and rate them on a scale of masculine to feminine.
2) Remove their "souls" to separate containers, keeping track of who goes where.
3) Have a control group that gets put back into their original bodies.
4) Have another control group that gets put back into different bodies of the same sex as the one they came from.
5) Have an experimental group that gets put into vodies of the opposite sex.
6) Each test subject is interviewed again by two sets of reviewers. One set is the original interview group, and the other set is a group of interviewers who have not interacted with the other subjects before.
7) After the interview, the interviewer once again rates each subject on a scale of masculine to feminine.
8) compare results of first and second interviews.
Actually, now that I think about it, this could be done in real life with a computer and a chat room.