Motivated by a question raised by a disrupting user on #site17, i have decided to make an approximate calculation on how thick would be the full print of the SCP Wiki on today's date, 16/02/2015.

I've used a linecounter to get the approximate number of relevant pages of the Wiki^{1}, and i've reached the following numbers:

Type of Page |
Number of Pages |

SCPs (minus EX and J) | 2530 Pages |

Tale | 1658 Pages |

Supplementary Pages | 229 Pages |

Joke Format | 123 Pages |

Explained Format | 8 Pages |

Logs With No Father Page | 2 Pages |

Essays | 33 Pages |

Total |
4583 Pages |

A quick Google search led me to a guy that measured and converted a 500-page sheaf of Hewlett-Packard A4 sheets, and their thickness measured 0.012 centimeters each. Multiplying 4583 and 0.012, we get **54 centimeters**, and this is supposing that each page fits in one single sheet.

Now, supposing that at least 1/10 of these pages are going to need two sheets to be completely printed, we get **458 extra sheets**. Now, 1/10 of these extra sheets are extremely long and might need a third sheet to be completed, so, we get **~46 more extra sheets**. Now, adding this to the main number, we get a total of **5087 sheets of paper**.

Now, multiplying again, we'd get a **61 centimeter thick pile** of A4 sheets. That's roughly the size of two school rulers and a little bit more. This is almost the average height of a 36-week newborn in the United States, and roughly the size of one frying pan and three quarters of another one.

Useless math, rejoice.