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Item Number: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: D-2234, the only known individual infected by SCP-XXXX, is to be contained in a Specially Quarantined Humanoid Cell at Site-19. Barring testing periods, D-2234 must be kept in his cell at all times. D-2234 and SCP-XXXX-1A are to be given separate meals, each accommodating to their daily caloric requirements. D-2234 should not be allowed to suffer from malnutrition, nor should SCP-XXXX-1A. Personnel Assigned to SCP-XXXX must monitor D-2234 and SCP-XXXX-1A twice daily other than during interviews and meal times for behavioral changes.

Interviews with SCP-XXXX-1A should only be carried out with permission from Head Researcher Jareds. Such interviews must be carried out with both D-2234 and the interviewer in separate rooms through the use of telecommunication devices.

Testing is to be carried out in a Class 3 Bio-hazard Testing Chamber, which must be sterilized afterwards. All subjects used in testing other than D-2234 are to be terminated after and their bodies incinerated. Both D-2234 and SCP-XXXX-1A respond more positively to requests given proper incentives. All requests made by the subjects are to be forwarded to Head Researcher Jareds.

Should a containment breach of SCP-XXXX occur, Site-19 is to be quarantined immediately and the spread of SCP-XXXX must be prevented using non-lethal force by guards stationed in SCP-XXXX's containment wing. Transportation of D-2234 must be carried out by a team of armed guards equipped with Standard Bio-protective Gear.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous disease currently affecting D-2234, a 34 year old native american male born in █████, Oklahoma. The disease is highly infectious, especially during its later stages. SCP-XXXX appears to be a form of life similar to species of bacteria within the Firmicute phylum, with the main distinction being the disease's ability to more rapidly change the structure and genetic make-up of both itself and the host it is infecting. While SCP-XXXX does not appear to be lethal or wholly detrimental to the subject's health, it has shown a high rate of infectivity. SCP-XXXX has the ability to fuse with and manipulate the neurological tissue of an infected organism, but only within the stomach organ in the body. SCP-XXXX's effects manifest in stages. The total period of these stages ranges from approximately 2-6 days. Thus far no cure has been developed for SCP-XXXX and genome sequencing has proved impossible using current technology. A request to use SCP-500 in testing for SCP-XXXX by Head Researcher Jareds is still pending.

Stages of Infection:

Stage 1: Subject begins experiencing growth of neurogenic tumors within their stomach organ. The tumors cease growth before the beginning of stage 2. The maximum size and amount of growths varies and no pattern has been found.

Stage 2: Tumorous growths formed during stage 1 begin a form of neurogenesis, wherein each growth begins to experience anomalously accelerated birth of neurons. Also during this time the generated neurons will begin to connect and form a complex system of neurological structures resembling human brain tissue. This new tissue has an enhanced rate of cellular regeneration when compared to normal biological entities.

Stage 3: Tumors within the subject begin to encompass the surrounding nerve tissue within the subject's stomach, restructuring and centralizing the nerves while still not compromising the primary function of the organ. Researchers have hypothesized that at this point the individual's stomach may have achieved a form of limited consciousness evidenced by presence of correlating electrical responses to stimuli as well as the presence of a human prefrontal cortex having formed within the organ.

Stage 4: The stomach of the infected subject, hereafter referred to as SCP-XXXX-1, will continue restructuring, eventually creating an entirely unique brain structure that includes several primitive sensory organs. These sensory organs will, over time, begin to protrude past the subject's ectodermal tissue and form new features on the individual's abdominal area. These features include primitive eyes, ears, and a silt containing an olefactory structure for smell. At this stage of the infection, SCP-XXXX-1 and the subject become interdependent, especially when relating to metabolic processes.

Stage 5: SCP-XXXX-1 will become fully aware of its surroundings and is able to communicate using the language of the infected subject through an electronic eye-tracking keyboard designed by Head Researcher Jareds. SCP-XXXX-1 instances have unique personalities from their hosts, but share certain distinct traits and possess similar vocabularies. An instance of SCP-XXXX-1 has the ability to create new strains of the SCP-XXXX bacteria within the body of its host, usually as an immune response when it is targeted by a medicinal drug or rival pathogen. Due to this, amnestics have proven ineffective on infected subjects. SCP-XXXX-1 instances also require approximately 500 calories per day in addition to their hosts normal caloric requirements.

SCP-XXXX-1A is the only known member of the SCP-XXXX-1 designation and currently resides within D-2234. For more information, see personality profiles for both D-2234 and SCP-XXXX-1A.

Addendum XXXX-A: The following is a sample of tests carried out to determine the nature of SCP-XXXX and its effects on humans. Tests were carried out by a team of Level 3 Researchers overseen by Head Researcher Jareds with the use of a Class 2 Bio-hazard Testing Chamber. The following format is used in current logged tests and is to be used in any subsequent ones carried out by SCP-XXXX's Research Team:

Test #:
Researchers Present:
Purpose of Test:
Subjects:
Results:

Note from Head Researcher: Testing has been temporarily suspended following T-0██ due to SCP-XXXX-1A's emergent uncooperative behavior and the ineffectiveness of amnestics on D-2234. SCP-XXXX's contagiousness cannot be underestimated, making it imperative to keep it within its holding cell during this suspension. Should SCP-XXXX-1A's behavior improve, continued testing may be reinstated with permission from the O-5 council.
- ███████ Jareds

Addendum-XXXX-B (Interview Logs and Personality Profiles): Due to the relevancy of the behavior and personality of D-2234 and SCP-XXXX-1A to their continued cooperation and containment, a log of each ones personality as well as all interviews conducted involving the subjects has been archived for review by those assigned to SCP-XXXX.

Interview Archive:

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Extranormal Event-236.1: Archived Iteration

Anomaly Damage Level: 1.71

Current Information Breach: All Information Contained.

The following is a summary of the anomalous events that occurred on 12/29/20██. Please be noted that the events that transpired on this day are still being reviewed and researched. Therefore this document is subject to change and therefore has multiple iterations.

On 12/29/20██, the binary star system Sirius completely disappeared from the night sky for approximately 15 hours. The first group to discover this phenomenon was the ████████ Observatory in █████, South Dakota. The staff of the observatory had reported this to an off-site colleague over telecommunications, which were intercepted by the foundation. A contingent of MTF Gamma-5 was dispatched to the observatory to collect the data recorded during the initial event and bring all those involved in the discovery in for questioning.

Several mostly extraneous documents were found throughout the facilities of the observatory. Many of these appear to be nonsensical, but most appear to make references to animals belonging to the Canidae family. Possible correlation to several religious and cultural phenomenon is being researched. Researchers assigned to this subject must be innoculated against all hypothesized cognito-hazards.

Following this event, foundation efforts were focused on use of amnestics and disinformation to prevent discovery of this event by additional scientific groups from discovering the phenomenon. After 2 days following the event, an all-clear status was enacted and all resources and personnel allocated towards Event-236.1 were reassigned.

Apprehended scientists who claimed to have observed the event were brought to a secure room for interviewing. The following is an interview with Dr. ██████, who was designated the original discoverer of the phenomenon by his colleagues. Interviews with other subjects have been deemed extraneous.


(END OF ITERATION 1 DOCUMENTATION)

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Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: Due to the massive amount of processing power required to run SCP-XXXX on a system, it is currently stored in an underground Quantum Supercomputer at Site-78. The Supercomputer as be outfitted with a monitor and a GPU which are capable of rendering and displaying simulations created by SCP-XXXX. Personnel who wish to use SCP-XXXX for testing are to submit a testing request form to Site-78's director. Site-78's power supply is to be monitored for fluctuations while testing SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a computer program designed for the purpose of using fractal-generating software in order to render a real-time digital simulation of an earth-like planet and its surrounding solar system. SCP-XXXX uses multiple instances of anomalous coding chains in order to generate these worlds, creating highly detailed simulations not currently possible using conventional rendering technology. SCP-XXXX consumes a massive amount of energy in order to function, with a one hour session usually consuming ████ Gigawatts. In addition, the required computing performance to run SCP-XXXX is ███ petaFLOPS.2

Worlds generated by SCP-XXXX appear to be randomized and each one created is entirely unique. A camera function is built into the simulation and is designed to allow the user to make observations that range from a full view of the solar system to the focus of one single-celled organism. The camera has the ability to track certain objects and organisms as well as explore using a mouse and the arrow-keys on a keyboard to move in the desired directions. The user also has the ability to speed up or slow the passage of time within the simulation, allowing for observation of eon-length processes in seconds.

Certain labeled aspects of the world being generated by SCP-XXXX can be tweaked through the use of a built-in interface. The following aspects of a rendered world can be changed through the use of SCP-XXXX's interface:

Climate A collection of 20 virtual dials that determine the average temperature, atmospheric pressure, and weather patterns of the generated planet. Dials not logged for brevity. Acting researchers may request a full summary of the labeled dials and their purposes.
Light A slide that determines that amount of light that reaches the generated planet from the sun it orbits and a dial that determines the type of star that the planet orbits. The slide is determined in watts per square meter and is measured on a daily basis.
Oxygen Level A small, virtual gauge that determines the oxygen percentage of the planet's atmosphere.
Water Percentage A slide that allows the user to adjust the amount of the planet's surface that is covered in water.
Life A numerical slide from 0 to 99,99,999,999,999,999,999,999 that can be adjusted to increase the amount of living organisms present on the planet. Also increases or decreases the amount of different species of the present organisms.
Starting Epoch A selection of 12 different buttons that correspond to different periods in the generated planet's geological history. The names of each of the epochs are esoteric and have no known pattern or language. Named in order from earliest to latest, all names are supplemented with numbers for organization and testing purposes: Zoilo (1), Uraksic (2), Doloni (3), Thurian (4), Yojonac (5), Togobono (6), Alonteca (7), Uloga (8), Koganic (9), Ularan (10), Chaunk (11), Loianazeric (12).
Anomalous Percentage A single slide that allows the user to adjust the percentage of anomalies, which appears to correspond to both the percentage chosen and the amount of organisms chosen.

Addendum XXXX-01: Test Log
The following is a collection of tests performed using SCP-XXXX. The variables used in testing directly correspond to the adjustables in the description. Test logs should be written in the following format:

Researcher(s):
Opening Notes:

Climate:
Light:
Oxygen Level:
Water Percentage:
Life:
Starting Epoch:
Anomalous Percentage:

Result:

Image References:
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