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The boxes are numbered and there are several rats to a box in case one or two die in the meantime. The idea now is that in the future, if the scientists want to send a message back to their past selves, they can systematically kill the rats, one from each sequential box, in particular non-overlapping ways, causing the blood samples to contain, hopefully, particular death messages.
Is that the gist of it?
The story ends before the idea is really spelled out. There could be two or even three messages, from different points in the future, received upon running the samples.
So the real twisty part comes in what one might consider a useful message to the past.
Usually one would communicate a warning to the past, right? Like, instructions on how to avoid a catastrophe.
So then you're running blood samples through the death machine, which are on the surface telling you how the subject will die, but then you're getting additional apocalyptic warnings encrypted in the death messages!
And then of course there's all the time between the running of the samples and the willful killing of the rats to send the message. Assuming it works at all.