Thread created on 10:10:58 - 06/08/23 (4 months ago)
Last replied 13:05:36 - 04/12/23 (4 days ago)
I haven't seen anything about the SCP in Torn. Its a whole fictional thing about "anomalous objects, entities or phenomena" I don't think I understand a lot about what this SCP foundation thing is, so I will just copy and paste something from one of their websites,
What is this Place About?
This is the SCP Foundation Wiki, a collaborative writing site based around the premise that… in essence, magic is real. It's not exactly like the traditional fantasy style magic you've come to know, but that's the best way we can describe the stuff we have here - Anomalies; items and critters that do not follow the rules of nature as we know them. Staircases that go on forever, mechanical gods from the beginning of time, otherwise regular humans who reshape reality with their mind: these are the kinds of things that, if known to the public, could cause mass hysteria and start wars on scales unprecedented. Due to that, there exists an organization called the SCP Foundation, whose job is to research paranormal activity, keep these creatures and objects concealed from the public, and protect humanity from the horrors of the dark.
At first, I watched something related to SCP on TV with someone, I don't know anything about it, I thought it was related to ghosts. But he told me it isn't in a rude way. (he is always rude after all. He says weakling to others all day XD)
SCP stands for
Uhh I don't think I can do a good job of explaining it...
So here is a part of a transcript from a Youtube video
In the most basic sense, the group’s mission statement is right there in the SCP acronym:
Secure, Contain, Protect.
It is the task of the Foundation to, in their own words, contain “anomalous objects, entities, and phenomena.” Things that don’t make sense. Things that don’t belong. Things that simply don’t fit in with our perception of reality, and some things that pose an existential threat to all human life. They refer to these contained anomalies as SCPs, each of which is accompanied by a number. This is a broad umbrella, as an SCP can range from benign or even actively helpful to downright apocalyptic if ever released. Much like the infamous “Men In Black” often reported by witnesses in connection with alien sightings, the Foundation works in secret to maintain a sense of normalcy at all costs – knowing the chaos it would cause if any of the anomalies they’re harbouring ever became public.
Take, for example, SCP-500. To the untrained eye, this object is just an unassuming prescription pill bottle, the kind you’d see in medicine cabinets the world over. But the pills in this humble bottle are unlike any earthly medicine – they can cure quite literally anything, from cancer to a cold, within two hours. But, at the time of this writing, there are only 47 pills left. The power to cure all disease – a privilege denied to even the richest and most powerful in society, a veritable holy grail. Can you imagine the violence and horror that would break out in trying to obtain them if their existence ever became public? The SCP Foundation works in secret because the collective mind of society just couldn’t handle the knowledge of what they’re dealing with. They work with the approval of all world governments, effectively placing them above international law. Essentially, there is no human authority above the Foundation, because without the Foundation’s work, there would be no humans left to govern.
To understand the basic operations of this above-top-secret organisation, we need to delve a little further into that “Secure, Contain, Protect” slogan. “Secure” refers to the Foundation’s practice of constant, global surveillance and observation in order to detect and intercept anomalous activity before it can interact with civilians or rival groups. “Contain” involves preventing the effects or influence of the anomaly from spreading by either, in their own words, “relocating, concealing, or dismantling such anomalies or by suppressing or preventing public dissemination of knowledge thereof.” The latter can involve practices such as using advanced chemical compounds or technologies to delete and then rewrite the memories of infected civilians, or even committing mass murder if necessary to cover their tracks. The SCP Foundation has, in the past, wiped out entire towns of innocent civilians to prevent dangerous information about an SCP spreading beyond their control. They can take lives at their own discretion, and consider almost any crime to be permissible when the alternative is Armageddon.
And finally, “Protect” pertains to all operations meant to protect mankind from the SCPs, up to and including neutralising and destroying them when possible. Some SCPs, such as the infamous SCP-682 – a nigh-indestructible, genocidal reptilian – have proved to be almost impossible to destroy. Research is ongoing in many cases, as the Foundation explores any and all possible methods of reducing the threat of the more dangerous SCPs. In order to help them categorize the thousands of strange and horrifying anomalies under their watch, the Foundation has created a system that organises the SCPs based on the difficulty of containing them. The first of the Primary Object Classes is “Safe”, pertaining to SCPs that require little if any resources to safely and properly contain. Examples include the previously mentioned SCP-500 pill bottle, and SCP-999, a benevolent blob of gelatinous, orange matter. SCP-999 has a playful, almost dog-like personality, and causes feelings of happiness and euphoria in whoever or whatever it touches. It’s even been used by the Foundation as a pacification tool to reduce aggression in other SCPs.
The second Primary Object Class is “Euclid”, which refers to any anomaly that requires more resources to contain completely or where containment isn't always reliable. This is the broadest SCP class, and the majority of sentient, sapient, or autonomous anomalies fall into this category. An Euclid SCP might be something as huge, sprawling, and bizarre as SCP-3008. This SCP appears to be a kind of anomalous pocket dimension hidden inside an Ikea superstore, which is not only significantly larger on the inside – by approximately ten kilometres – but also contains bizarre, faceless entities which can become hostile under the right conditions.
I'm not a paranormal big fan guy as you can see above, but this is more than worth sharing. I had seen some very mind blowing stories on YouTube about SCPs before.
I think its better if you do searches on YouTube for a good video if you don't understand the website