"Healthy" is not a very scientific term. In what way are they healthy? More vitamins (with the caveat that too much of certain vitamins will poison you)? More electrolytes? Less fat, more filling? Give some detail there.
Date: 07 Feb 2010 09:20
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Wouldn't each sunflower seed become a copy of the SCP?
Sunflowers have many seeds.
The SCP clearly states that normally each flower forms a new SCP-780, not each seed:
If the host plant has flowers or flower-like parts, when SCP-780-1 has fully matured a new copy of SCP-780 will be formed at the heart of each of its flowers.
Er, actually, the "flower" of a sunflower is actually a head containing many, many smaller flowers. Every one of those seeds came from a different flower… Or does the SCP just interpret that as a "flower-like part"? If so, its tendency to interpret "flower" so similarly to average people is potentially interesting. :D
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I think this needs to do more. It has like… two interesting tests, and the rest are just bleah. I think doing something like Voct suggested, with the Voynich Manuscript, would definitely be a big step in the right direction.
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Aw, man, I discovered this SCP how late?
Still, looks somewhat active as of late, at least compared to when it was written.
I'd like to add something to this list, but can't actually think of anything to add to it at the moment. I'm thinking of something that causes an overload of new beads, a plant that produces seeds that are about the size of a salmon egg, that are attached to eachother in dense clusters of over a thousand, coated in a sort of gel. The would normally disperse by dropping into a stream, and being "rescued" by salmon who add them to their egg clusters - they then would cling to the hatched salmon, for as long as it takes for the salmon to spawn, die, and wash up on shore, where they grow new plants.
Huh. That would be an interesting plant in and of it's own right, regardless of whether this SCP was involved or not.