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[MAIN] [Complaints] December 12, 20XX <Employee 42█> and <Employee 3█4> from the <LEGAL & FILING> branch have expressed their worries about our experiment. More specifically, they're voicing concerns about the 'morality' of our experiment. Requesting permission to terminate the two employees. - Head Of Legal & Filing Branch Permission granted to terminate <Employee 427> and <Employee 324>. Please terminate the employees following our <EMPLOYEE & TEST TERMINATION> guidelines. - The Foreman NO FURTHER ENTRIES [Wulfric Proposal] [STATUS: Approved] The Premise Name the last person you know that has disappeared. Now, I don't mean disappeared as in 'buried six feet under', or 'staying inside all day', not even ''. I mean disappeared. They simply faded from the world, disappeared with a trace. Oh, Amelia Earhart's good. However, it's not quite what I meant. I apologize for not clarifying. What I asked for was something that none of you could answer. I'm talking about someone that disappeared, in the extreme definition of the word; not only are their physical beings stolen away, but the world's acknowledgement of their existence. No one shedding tears and laments over your disappearance. No one remembering you at all, not even a blurred memory. What happens to those people? Well, if you're a madman or conspiracy theorist, perhaps I can provide an explanation. The System It's simple, really. Well, actually, the process itself is really complex, but the actual result is simple. It's an experiment of sorts, or at least that's what we're calling it so we don't get a damn moral committee on ourselves. Anyway, what I'm proposing is this; we take one percent of the populace, and subject them to. . . ACCESS DENIED. ADDENDUM 1: Proposal has been forwarded to the Foreman October 15, 20XX. Awaiting approval/denial. ADDENDUM 2: Proposal accepted by Second In Command October 17, 20XX. [Committee Proposal] [STATUS: Denied] [REMOVED] - Employee ██9 Permission denied. There would be no point to the committee, nor would it be beneficial to the project. - The Foreman END OF PROPOSAL ADDENDUM 1: Denied on July 4, 20XX, the same date it was proposed, by the Second In Command. "I'm interested in what will happen to our guests. I must say, the practice of rewriting lives is. . . .savorable." Briefing Setting: It's the year 2037. New and extensive innovations has been made regarding psychoanalysis of the brain. The id of the mind has never been as accessible; several common psychological illnesses are already considered 'extinct', gone from the world through new techniques, such as PTSD. The majority of illnesses that have been cured are belonging to the Schizophrenic/psychotic illnesses and anxiety disorders. Plot: The Wulfric Project, proposed by Wulfric Forthwright, alias Employee 587, is a recent psychoanalysis experiment funded by third-party government parties expressing interest in a new criminal program. Taking inspiration from the basic techniques used to treat PTSD (memory wiping), The Wulfric Project is a project aimed towards rehabilitation and punishment for future criminals; it's final goal is to select the 'juvenile' and 'criminal' percent of the population that are most likely to commit a crime in the future and, hopefully, treat them before they commit the crime. Being relatively new, the project has been mostly experimental, testing several techniques on a control group and on an experimental group, such as the aforementioned 'memory wiping', and other, more primitive techniques, such as 'aversion conditioning'. The experiment has been rigorously documented, with pieces of information about it given to the public. The core point of the experiment has been mostly successful, with overall crime rates being lowered by 34%; Wulfric was praised for his project, and it has been assumed that there has been community support for it according to the 'silent majority', apart from the few liberals and protesters arguing that you can't punish someone for a crime they haven't committed. Then the project went wrong. The original founder of the project, Wulfric, reportedly died five months after it was originally conceived. The next higher up, known only by his alias 'The Foreman', was appointed as the successor to the project, and his/her means are less than laudable; the project shifted to include a percent of the population considered to be objectively innocent, and information on the project has begun being classified from the public. More people were being pulled into the project then there were coming out fine; several people that did come back had more noticeable mental illnesses, and, once in a while, a person would come back with their memories less than clear, their mind so gone they couldn't remember who they are as a person. One person who had returned from the project's facility was one moment completely fine, apparently unaffected, and the next they became a lifeless husk, void of any life. Whatever has happened, it seems that the project's goals have shifted from criminal reduction to strange experiments of the mind. Crazy? Perhaps. Sadly, however, this theory has been proven. A file that has leaked from the Wulfric project seems to prove this; the majority of the file has talked about experiments regarding removal of key synapses in the mind, along with a breif mention of a conditioning experiment that was less than acceptable. Funding stopped after these reports reached government parties, and the project was shut down, the files locked away; the name of psychoanalysis was tainted forever by this incident. However, despite the project having been shut down, the files are still classified and haven't been released to the community. Some rather creative conspiracy theorists say that the project was never shut down, and it's still on-going. . .