Medical Report, Kutrizian Sodu, Consultant
Patient ID: 0771-79657-10-75
Name: One of Twelve
The last time I checked, personal disagreements, arguments, and vendettas were not placed in other people’s medical records. Oh well, I guess I was wrong. I’ll have to remember that the next time I disagree with something a Starfleet Officer tells me.
Mrs. Wegere, the problem you noted about Two of Twelve having difficulty when opposing One of Twelve is partly genetic, and seems to be one of the planned differences. This goes back to my report on the different ways they react to oxytocin.
As for their capability for extreme calculation and precision, I was curious if there might be a genetic cause behind this, or if it was only a byproduct of their implants. Genetically, I discovered a possible correlation between a non-human genome combination augmented into 18p10. It matches most closely with a Ferengi gene known to influence what the Ferengi often incorrectly refer to as the ‘lobes for business.’ What this gene really does is influence the individual’s forward-planning, or the ability to anticipate and make plans for the future in the most optimal way. There could be a few other genes influencing this in One and Two, but I require further study.