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Live2DieLive2Die 25 Oct 2014 14:09
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Waxx took Chechens, not chickens

by Live2DieLive2Die, 25 Oct 2014 14:09
Re: List of Operatives. by Live2DieLive2Die, 25 Oct 2014 14:07

Personally, I took it for granted that it went through a proper airlock cycle. It's used them several times over the years, after all, so it probably gets the gist of how they operate at the least.

by Scorpion451Scorpion451, 25 Oct 2014 14:03

Clef became an admin again, back in 2012 or 2013.

Re: List of Operatives. by Live2DieLive2Die, 25 Oct 2014 14:02

You could use Dr. Clef's SCP-001 and put all the SCPs near it. They considered doing that to SCP-682


SCP Foundation- We Secure. We Contain. We Protect. https://docs.google.com/a/usd331.org/document/d/1XHaccqYf2ncu9-QAyR9yStjkqnvw1z-u1hLZAw8_6V0/pub and here is a link to my book about the foundation. You can message me about the book, but the article is something I will take off soon. https://docs.google.com/a/usd331.org/document/d/1ofHExObA0vQ2VzGpbd7LnT5ldsA49ZuFjPtaGTx3lKg/pub

JamJam66JamJam66 25 Oct 2014 13:54
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Did Waxx ever give back Tuomey's chickens?

by JamJam66JamJam66, 25 Oct 2014 13:54

I'm also wondering why you nominated yourself for an O5 position, considering that a: you're new, and that b: the guys who are admins of the site (Dr Bright, Gears, and at one point Clef, to name a few) are "only" Senior Staff.

Re: List of Operatives. by dankaardankaar, 25 Oct 2014 13:49

OOC threads aren't allowed in the forums. Besides that, I'm not sure what you're trying to do here.

Re: List of Operatives. by A Random DayA Random Day, 25 Oct 2014 13:39

This is a much better article to tie into your SCP-2095 mythos. However, the mythos is only enough to disguise a killer, mutating hive mind. I actually preferred the cover documentation to the actual documentation.

by A Random DayA Random Day, 25 Oct 2014 13:35

SCP-173 is Euclid, not Keter.

Or was this meant to be a comprehensive list of all SCPs?

In Ecce Perago one of the O5s was the president of a country.


SCP Foundation- We Secure. We Contain. We Protect. https://docs.google.com/a/usd331.org/document/d/1XHaccqYf2ncu9-QAyR9yStjkqnvw1z-u1hLZAw8_6V0/pub and here is a link to my book about the foundation. You can message me about the book, but the article is something I will take off soon. https://docs.google.com/a/usd331.org/document/d/1ofHExObA0vQ2VzGpbd7LnT5ldsA49ZuFjPtaGTx3lKg/pub

Comment your application to any job you've heard of and the date. I will edit this comment and make a list.

O5 Council: O5-3: DrMaynard


SCP Foundation- We Secure. We Contain. We Protect. https://docs.google.com/a/usd331.org/document/d/1XHaccqYf2ncu9-QAyR9yStjkqnvw1z-u1hLZAw8_6V0/pub and here is a link to my book about the foundation. You can message me about the book, but the article is something I will take off soon. https://docs.google.com/a/usd331.org/document/d/1ofHExObA0vQ2VzGpbd7LnT5ldsA49ZuFjPtaGTx3lKg/pub

List of Operatives. by DrMaynardDrMaynard, 25 Oct 2014 13:25

Think for a second about how many Keter SCPs have either escaped or were never contained. Let's make a list, shall we?

SCP-173 or half of him at least. (read the SCP-008 test log)
SCP-1000 (never contained for reasons stated in it's document.)

Use this format, stating the SCP and the reason it isn't contained.


SCP Foundation- We Secure. We Contain. We Protect. https://docs.google.com/a/usd331.org/document/d/1XHaccqYf2ncu9-QAyR9yStjkqnvw1z-u1hLZAw8_6V0/pub and here is a link to my book about the foundation. You can message me about the book, but the article is something I will take off soon. https://docs.google.com/a/usd331.org/document/d/1ofHExObA0vQ2VzGpbd7LnT5ldsA49ZuFjPtaGTx3lKg/pub

dankaardankaar 25 Oct 2014 13:16
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2308

Then show it. Show that shorter exposure times delays the onset of symptoms in test subjects. Because as it stands right now, you made a conclusion without giving proper support. Two points of data isn't enough proof in any form of science. Hell, it's barely enough to give early support of a hypothesis.

And you still haven't addressed my concern of purposely leaving a memetic kill agent in a SCP document that came from a SCP.

by dankaardankaar, 25 Oct 2014 13:16

It's a supposed mathematical pattern.

In 15 minutes of exposure (900 seconds), the symptoms trigger in 24 hours (86400 seconds).
In 0.1 seconds of exposure, the symptoms will trigger in ~ 24,5 years (777 million seconds).

It's a direct proportion, and again, it's supposed.

by OmniscientistOmniscientist, 25 Oct 2014 13:10

Agree with the sentiment of "the writing is holding the article back!"

Advice: drop the "dear diary" for, say, "Entry 1" or something similar. Or do you really expect us to believe a battle-hardend, mighty warrior to write "Dear Diary"?

by dankaardankaar, 25 Oct 2014 13:06
dankaardankaar 25 Oct 2014 12:54
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2059

Space doesn't suck. Now, the reason that eyeballs would pop (although that isn't true) is because the pressure behind them is no longer counterbalanced by the pressure in front of them, so in an attempt to equalize pressure, the eyeballs pop out of their sockets.

/nerdrant

But… Yeah, that is a good question.

by dankaardankaar, 25 Oct 2014 12:54
dankaardankaar 25 Oct 2014 12:45
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2308

Given the test results, it is supposed that the broadcast will take effect on its viewers in approximately twenty-four years and a half, on the year of 2035.

What proof of this? The effect occured within 24 hours in the test subjects, and they all died within 48 hours after that. There is no reason to assume that the image will kill people in 24 years: either the effect failed to kill on a mass scale, or several million viewers died within three days of the broadcast. With the evidence you have given us, there is no expectation for a middle ground.

Also, it is incredibly irresponsible to leave a known, active cognitohazard in a SCP document if it can be avoided or inoculated (like in this case). The researchers looking at it are too important to risk them dying because they failed to have the proper inoculation. Active memetic kill-agents are used only on SCP documents that are classified to all but a handful of personnel, such as SCP-2000 and the splash for SCP-001.

by dankaardankaar, 25 Oct 2014 12:45

I think it was heavily implied that the GOC were tracking and intending to destroy SCP-1522. Read the end of the logs; it says the remnants of a GOC ship was found after the incident. Also, think about why SCP-1522-1 suddenly went supersonic speed in the direction of the harpoon after the Foundation's ship detected it. Put two and two together, and you will realise what happened.

by Alex OngAlex Ong, 25 Oct 2014 12:20

Thank you for your observations. I updated the article in order to fix some of the bigger mistakes you pointed out.

Testing Logs have been added as well, and some vocabulary has been cleaned up.

by OmniscientistOmniscientist, 25 Oct 2014 12:17
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