It's an inverse, as a response to one of Bright's challenges. No, it's not 184. Object Class may be subject to change…
Date: 19 Feb 2012 04:55
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Is this the inverse to the machine that turns people into maps? I don't remember the number.
There are parts of this, like the codename FALLINGSKY, Ground 1053, and other terms that aren't quite standard Foundation…whatevers. Protocols. Anyway, I like it. It works for me.
Upvoted for that footnote alone. Gotta keep those [REDACTED]ians down! Also, points for using letters that aren't just plain old Greek.
I can't help but think the final paragraph of the description actually belongs in the containment protocols. It's very much "This is what must be done to contain the SCP".
The question that I find myself asking is, what happens if the population of [REDACTED] decreases by █0,000? And what's the least morally dubious way to find out?
Um, declare more and more parts of the area to be unfit for living due to [falsified reason] , use foundation frontends to purchase land there and set up land uses that decrease local land value, and perhaps break local economy…
Lots of ways.
Start a war. To hell with the Ethics Committee, the Foundation has done far worse in the name of SCIENCE.
Any violent and unnecessary-appearing wars from recent history come into mind? Or, at least, wars that could have had their casus belli provided by the Foundation?
rather, the difference of the condition before Ground 1053 is generated is directly proportional to the amount of damage that must be dealt to SCP-1053 for Ground 1053 to disintegrate.
I'm having a difficult time figuring out what this means.
Is it an inverse of 804?