Upvoted. But as I said in chat, I would still like to see you do more with this. Mooooooore.
Date: 07 Aug 2011 00:33
Number of posts: 23
RSS: New posts
What if the woman has had a hysterectomy?
Piffy is an SCP Foundation Moderator, Lv. 9001 Squishy Wizard, and Knight of the Red Pen.
It's the green man.
I'm gonna refrain from voting, as it just doesn't do anything for me.
I also liked the last addendum. One correction: "The rate of change from one species of leaf to another takes an average of 10 seconds, how this is achieved is unknown." should be "The rate of change from one species of leaf to another takes an average of 10 seconds; how this is achieved is unknown."
Winter is about 21 Dec through 21 Mar, and spring is about 21 Mar through 21 Jun (plus or minus a day on each end). Also, you have gallons of water where you should have liters, and several run-on sentences that I might fix at some point. The concept itself I'm ambivalent over, so no vote at the moment.
The 'males becoming pregnant' bit just seems tacked on to me, and doesn't add much to the article besides a cheap ick factor.
I think so too, however, I suggest this fact be made a little more believable and serious looking by giving a reason for this, for example, the fertilized ovum to be placed in a structure like the peritoneum, or somehow a spore or ovum make it's way to the testicles or any way to contact spermatozoids and therefore become fertilized so that a fetus can be formed. Obviously, birthing could only be accomplished by caesarian surgery.
To me, the males becoming implanted with the thing's embryo was kinda cool. Think about it: if the kids produced by the women are normal humans but the ones produced by men are genetically identical to SCP-1010, then this thing must've been the result of a successful male implantation
If a male was to form an intact uterus, then he should not develop hemorrhaging. It would be more likely that he would bleed to death at the start of labor, since there would be no vagina or other opening that the fetus could pass through.
After birth, does a hysterectomized woman keep the new uterus?
Otherwise, I like it.