History Headscratchers / SCPFoundation

1st Jul '16 2:45:31 PM TheBlueSquid
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* Why do people say it's implied that the mountain climber who escaped SCP-1529 became a second creature of the same sort? All the article says is that he died on XX/XX/20XX and that the second creature was first seen on XX/XX/20XX. Those could be the same date or dates near to each other in time, but they could also be any other dates anytime in the 21st century.

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* Why do people say it's implied that the mountain climber who escaped SCP-1529 became a second creature of the same sort? All the article says is that he died on XX/XX/20XX and that the second creature was first seen on XX/XX/20XX. Those could be the same date or dates near to each other in time, but they could also be any other dates anytime in the 21st century.century.
*What exactly is [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/domainauth.php?user_id=2730368&skey=1b721969869a457cb252f32a2178b6d0&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.scp-wiki.net%2Fscp-1057 SCP-1057]]?
28th Apr '16 10:43:26 PM Averagemoe
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** Probably because tickling doesn't really accomplish anything.
14th Mar '16 8:12:55 AM MicoolTNT
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** Locked box test. "If you lock it in a box and leave it alone and nothing happens, it's Safe. If you lock it in a box and who knows what will happen, it's Euclid. If you lock it in a box and leave it alone and all hell breaks loose, it's Keter." It fits the criteria for Euclid, not Safe, thanks to the previously discussed entity.
8th Feb '16 11:12:50 PM thorgold
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** Specifically, a cognitohazard is anything that screws with your brain when you perceive it with your senses. In the most mundane example, LSD is a common, non-anomalous cognitohazard; a statue that makes you hear voices when you look at it and compels you to touch it is an anomalous cognitohazard. A memetic hazard is a specific type of cognitohazard, in that it's not a specific object but rather a pattern of information that can be replicated at any place or time. A picture of a cognitohazard statue won't be a cognitohazard, a picture of a memetic hazard pattern will still be a memetic hazard. Finally, infohazards are anything that knowledge of in and of itself is cognition-altering: mundane example, "The Game," which you just lost; alternatively you are now conscious of your breathing.
20th Jan '16 4:27:26 PM PastryPerson
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*** It was likely made from anomalous materials or science.
26th Dec '15 1:28:47 AM SenseiLeRoof
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** Does the learning of Quenya necessarily require the reading of ''The Silmarillion''?



** The main problem is that if it breaks out, and some poor sop takes a picture, there is a chance anyone seeing the picture will die. They're not sure if they caught everything, so masks would only prevent future breakout incidents assuming it even survives or stays on 96's head when it runs after someone.

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** The main problem is that if it breaks out, and some poor sop takes a picture, there is a chance anyone seeing the picture will die. They're not sure if they caught everything, so masks would only prevent future breakout incidents assuming it even survives or stays on 96's 096's head when it runs after someone.
29th Nov '15 8:50:34 PM KaiYves
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* Why don't they use 999 on the suicidal cat bonded to a human?

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* Why don't they use 999 on the suicidal cat bonded to a human?human?
* Why do people say it's implied that the mountain climber who escaped SCP-1529 became a second creature of the same sort? All the article says is that he died on XX/XX/20XX and that the second creature was first seen on XX/XX/20XX. Those could be the same date or dates near to each other in time, but they could also be any other dates anytime in the 21st century.
23rd Nov '15 8:50:14 PM FF32
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** They do allow certain SCPs to request reasonable items, so the less dangerous humanoid SCPs aren't treated completely awfully. SCP-507 has even been granted a hug after a particularly traumatizing warp.

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** They do allow certain SCPs [=SCPs=] to request reasonable items, so the less dangerous humanoid SCPs [=SCPs=] aren't treated completely awfully. SCP-507 has even been granted a hug after a particularly traumatizing warp.
19th Aug '15 9:30:15 AM monkeypizzasonic
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** Considering that the 173s didn't lock each other in place in the tale when there were multiple 173s, I'd imagine not. Still, headcanons...

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** Considering that the 173s didn't lock each other in place in the tale when there were multiple 173s, I'd imagine not. Still, headcanons...headcanons...
* Why don't they use 999 on the suicidal cat bonded to a human?
9th Aug '15 12:50:51 PM bravo104
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*** it's probably cleaned for sanitation reasons; the cleaning would probably be done by automatic showers. How exactly you jumped from something as ordinary as "shit must be cleaned off the floor" to "It wants to cover the world in shit" is beyond my comprehension.
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