Interviewer: Dr Nate Morris
Interviewer: You've mentioned before missing your home…
Interviewer: Would you like to talk about it?
Subject: I thank you for your concern. But I'm resigned to the fact that I won't return there. In any case, I have developed affection for many of the researchers here.
Interviewer: I'm glad to hear that. It's certainly reciprocated.
Subject: Thank you. The other thing, of course, is that as you study me, I'm afforded the chance to study you. Remember, I am a zoologist by training.
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Interviewer: I take it you haven't changed your mind about the tool…
Subject: You know I have nothing to say about it..
Interviewer: Yet you've shown no reluctance in talking about the weapon we recovered
Subject: It's a simple digging implement. It's not technologically sensitive. Besides, I know as little about its functioning as you do.
Interviewer: I hesitate to be so blunt, but that strikes me as hard to believe.
Subject: Do you know how, say, a CAT scan works?
Interviewer: I understand the principles…
Subject: …and could you build one?
Interview: Lets consider the subject moot. You can't be surprised that the other tool in question has made us curious.
Subject: No. But please understand, I've rendered it inert. There's no point in continuing down that avenue.
Interview: If you'd consent to tell us what its purpose was…
Subject: I hope my refusal won't affect our working relationship which, as I've said, I value highly.
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