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A picture of SCP-XXXX-10-23.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures:
Experiment Log:

Test 1
Researcher: Dr. Green
Input: A mixture of lobster, corn, mussels, sausage, and onions
Output: Lobster and mussels arranged in individual boxes decorated with white ribbon. A piece of slate with an image of a green tree-like object decorated with a yellow sunburst on top.
Note: This was the initial discovery of SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties. Procedure Epsilon-17 ("Exhaustive Battery") found no evidence of anomalous properties in these objects, or any of the other objects recovered from SCP-XXXX.-Dr. Green

Test 2
Researcher: Dr. Green
Input: The slate from the previous experiment, plus a copy of Starry Starry Night.
Output: 6 small boxes, containing 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, and 11 'tokens' respectively. The tokens are thin cylinders, each consisting of 1.782662 grams of gold.

Test 3
Researcher: Dr. Green
Input: Five boxes containing 2, 3, 5, 7, and 11 silver spheres, respectively. Each sphere contained approximately 1.8361 times the mass of the tokens from the previous experiment.
Output: A slate with a depiction of the solar system. Planetary positions were marked by various symbols in an unknown script. Each planet was depicted at its apogee. The earth symbol is outlined in green.

Test 4
Researcher: Dr. Green
Input: An official NASA poster of the solar system, including smaller objects such as the asteroid belt and several dwarf planets. The earth was circled in red.
Output A slate with a topographical map of the beach in Site XXXX. The dig site location is circled in green. An additional cone-like structure is evident in the map of approximately 30 m in height and 3 m in radius. Next to the dig site is a depiction of the same tree-like image as shown in Test 1.

Test 5
Researcher: Dr. Green
Input: A topographical map of the same area as the previous output, as measured by foundation surveyors. A small photograph of Dr. Green is attached.
Output: A slate with a highly stylized drawing of Dr. Green.

Test 6
Researcher: Dr. Green
Input: A box with several compartments, each containing the current RDA of the vitamins, minerals, and macronutrients necessary for human life.
Output: A slate with a highly stylized drawing of Dr. Green next to the tree-like figure of tests 3 and 4.

Test 7
Researcher: Dr. Green
Input: An entire set of the Encyclopedia Brittanica found in a Foundation storage room in Site 19.
Output: A slate containing a drawing of the Mona Lisa with Dr. Green's face and a fired clay statue of David with Dr. Green's face.
Note: Requesting transfer. -Dr. Green

Test 8:
Researcher: Dr. Strecker
Input: A topographical map of the beach surrounding Site XXXX with an attached photo of Dr. Strecker.
Output: The map was returned with the photo slashed and damaged and scribbled on in green. A sketch of Dr. Green was added next to the photo.

Test 9:
Researcher: Dr. Strecker
Input: A photo of Dr. Strecker and a sheet of paper divided into two portions, with the left hand side containing the symbols from Output 3, and the right hand side containing the equivalent in English.
Output: A series of slate copies of violent paintings, with Dr. Strecker's face replacing all victims. Paintings included El tres de mayo de 1808 en Madrid by Goya, Judith Beheading Holofernes by Caravaggio, and Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch. A large reproduction of Dr. Green's original photograph is also included with the face repeatedly circled in green.
Note: Testing has been put on hold.-Dr. Strecker

Test 9:
Researcher: Dr. Strecker
Input: None.
Output: Two dead organisms (designated SCP-XXXX-9-1 and SCP-XXXX-9-2 respectively). They appeared vagile, with several limbs; however, cell samples had thick cell walls consisting of cellulose. The samples seemed very degraded.
Note: This was the first instance in which the anomaly produced material independently.

Test 10:
Researcher: Dr. Strecker
Input: None.
Output: A large pile of what seem to be pieces of organisms (designated SCP-XXXX-10-1 to 38 respectively). Pieces were separated and analyzed individually. Each piece had ragged edges consistent with damage from a sharp blade. Samples were very degraded, but seemed consistent with SCP-XXXX-9-1 and 2. A slate was also included with images of Dr. Strecker chopped into pieces, and Dr. Green (circled).

Test 10:
Researcher: Dr. Strecker
Input: A video camera transmitting wirelessly.