1. Post #1881
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  2. Post #1882
    sonny99's Avatar
    February 2011
    278 Posts
    Those are the clocks ticking.
    Where are they?
    I hear them but I don't see them
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  3. Post #1883
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    June 2009
    14,929 Posts
    I don't hear anything. :\
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  4. Post #1884
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    Arachnidus's Avatar
    July 2007
    7,544 Posts
    SCP-1000 is definitely the best one I've read. Amazing twist on a well known story.
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  5. Post #1885
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    January 2010
    6,520 Posts
    I don't hear anything. :\
    THE TIME HAS COME
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  6. Post #1886
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  7. Post #1887
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    credesniper's Avatar
    September 2008
    5,557 Posts
    Can anybody do some internet magic and see if there's any sound file being played when that page is opened?
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  8. Post #1888
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    April 2009
    6,789 Posts
    I'd love to see more stories involving successful reverse-engineering, like they did with SCP-018.
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  9. Post #1889
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    May 2010
    5,906 Posts
    http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-50-ae-j

    "CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW HUGO CHAVEZ?"
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  10. Post #1890
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    February 2011
    5,412 Posts
    I wonder what would happen if SCP-50-AE-J was given the "Patriot Air" that was dispensed from SCP-261?
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  11. Post #1891
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    RearAdmiral's Avatar
    May 2010
    5,906 Posts
    I wonder what would happen if SCP-50-AE-J was given the "Patriot Air" that was dispensed from SCP-261?
    America happens.

    George Washington comes back to life with an unquenchable thirst for blood. And he's hungry for Freedom.
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  12. Post #1892
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    July 2010
    1,745 Posts
    Name: Agent Talmor
    Date: April 18, 2009


    Money entered: 300 yen
    SCP-261 Powered or Unpowered: Powered
    Item description: A bottle of purple liquid labelled "Tentacle Grape." Packaging was identical to our world's beverage of the same name in formatting, but apart from the product name, the script was unknown.
    I'm forwarding this one to Dr. Rights. If she wants to experiment with it, that's her decision; I have no wish to risk being molested by a soft drink. - Agent Talmor
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  13. Post #1893
    Farm's Avatar
    July 2010
    524 Posts
    I applied, If i get in I plan on making pictures for SCP articles without them or just general art. I think a comic based in the foundation universe would be awesome too... So much potential here
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  14. Post #1894
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    June 2010
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  15. Post #1895
    I read that yesterday but I had no idea what the fuck was going on
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  16. Post #1896
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    NanoSquid's Avatar
    April 2009
    6,789 Posts
    Ooooooooooh, this gets my SCP senses tingling...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solway_Firth_Spaceman
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  17. Post #1897
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    June 2010
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    I read that yesterday but I had no idea what the fuck was going on
    UIU is basically another foundation made before SCP. The school slowly turns into the SCP foundation.
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  18. Post #1898
    so what does that mean
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  19. Post #1899
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    April 2009
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    so what does that mean
    I guess it means that whatever this SCP is, it's actively trying to imitate the Foundation. The messages sort of remind me of the Tower of Babble.
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  20. Post #1900
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    June 2010
    2,228 Posts
    I guess it means that whatever this SCP is, it's actively trying to imitate the Foundation. The messages sort of remind me of the Tower of Babble.
    No the foundation that wrote the article was UIU (See the last group of interest on that page) and the foundation itself is from SCP-001.
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  21. Post #1901
    so it's saying that the foundation is an SCP itself

    funky
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  22. Post #1902
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    The Church of the Broken God is definitely my favorite "group of interest"
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  23. Post #1903
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    January 2010
    5,188 Posts
    Is "Scantron's Proposal" a proposal for SCP-001?
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  24. Post #1904
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    February 2009
    4,962 Posts
    Imagine the SCPs this could be used for
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  25. Post #1905
    "You didn't have to cut me off" - Goatse <3
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    June 2010
    844 Posts
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  26. Post #1906
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    July 2009
    3,683 Posts
    Congrats, you made an angry bed in hammer.
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  27. Post #1907
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    September 2010
    5,482 Posts
    this is almost definitely late but
    445
    Folded Into: A paper boat/hat - When placed in water, became self-propelling at speeds of up to 60 km/h. When inverted and placed on head, subject's physical attractiveness was greatly increased in the eyes of viewers. When both were performed simultaneously, both effects were achieved, with subject reported as looking 'dead sexy' while scooting around the water upside-down.
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  28. Post #1908
    ElectricSquid's Avatar
    January 2010
    5,188 Posts
    this is almost definitely late but
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    That SCP sounds fucking awesome. "Folded Into: A small knife - Became very sturdy and sharp, giving several researchers paper cuts when attempting to hold it. Able to hold its own against actual metal weaponry."
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  29. Post #1909
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    September 2011
    1,708 Posts
    http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-458

    This SCP is a bit... Boring, isn't it?

    I'm not saying it needs a twist or downside, but i just don't really think it belongs on the site. maybe as a -J article? It's already very similar to the coffee machine.
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  30. Post #1910
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    August 2011
    18,855 Posts
    http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-458

    This SCP is a bit... Boring, isn't it?

    I'm not saying it needs a twist or downside, but i just don't really think it belongs on the site. maybe as a -J article? It's already very similar to the coffee machine.
    I think it's actually a bit... fun, I guess you'd say. I mean, in a world where sentient blobs of flesh big enough to fill a basement and portals to dead space with random limb-chompers floating about are possible, are you really telling me nobody would try and make an infinite pizza box?

    If it's possible, why not do it? It makes sense to me.
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  31. Post #1911
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    September 2010
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    the Foundation isn't an action movie, they catalogue and contain anomalous items. Not everything has to be an unkillable, shape-shifting ninja that has also had sex with each and every female member of your family.
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  32. Post #1912
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    February 2011
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    Not every SCP needs to necessarily do something crazy or dangerous to be considered a serious SCP.

    SCP-423, SCP-999 and SCP-085 are some good examples of SCPs that don't do anything that would be considered a risk.
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  33. Post #1913
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    August 2008
    7,134 Posts
    Who else thinks this is the perfect start for an scp?
    http://www.wired.com/magazine/2011/1...ioactivecargo/
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  34. Post #1914
    eugh I'm positive whoever thought this up had a boner while writing it

    people are into that shit
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  35. Post #1915
    aliendrone123's Avatar
    June 2010
    3,621 Posts
    I want SCP-999.
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  36. Post #1916
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    November 2008
    8,953 Posts
    Not every SCP needs to necessarily do something crazy or dangerous to be considered a serious SCP.

    SCP-423, SCP-999 and SCP-085 are some good examples of SCPs that don't do anything that would be considered a risk.
    I'd actually say that a large majority of SCPs shouldn't be considered "serious" SCPs, since they're either too well contained, or just don't do anything largely dangerous.
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  37. Post #1917
    Who wants to come to the aquarium later and watch me screw with the sharks?
    Shibbey's Avatar
    May 2009
    13,169 Posts
    eugh I'm positive whoever thought this up had a boner while writing it

    people are into that shit
    It's a pile of peanut butter-ish goo.
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  38. Post #1918
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    January 2008
    5,956 Posts
    I'd actually say that a large majority of SCPs shouldn't be considered "serious" SCPs, since they're either too well contained, or just don't do anything largely dangerous.
    Yes, because only super cool destroy-the-world D-class killing superthings are interesting.
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  39. Post #1919
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    May 2010
    5,906 Posts
    I'd actually say that a large majority of SCPs shouldn't be considered "serious" SCPs, since they're either too well contained, or just don't do anything largely dangerous.
    I seem to recall people actually requesting that people stop writing SCPs that are little self contained apocalypses, as apparently the foundation's containing so many different ways of ending the world that it's really starting to get out of hand.
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  40. Post #1920
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    September 2010
    5,482 Posts
    i'm just getting sick of them because at this point sneezing has a 50% chance to cause an XK-class end of the world scenario
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