SCP-6643 - 共通?項(原題: The Common (?) Denominator)


原文: SCP-6643 by HarryBlankHarryBlank rev.25

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アイテム番号: SCP-6643


SCP-6643 during a containment breach at Site-43. サイト-43の収容違反中におけるSCP-6643。

Special Containment Procedures: If SCP-6643 is present, an esoteric materials handling incident is underway. Addressing said incident constitutes containment of SCP-6643. In the interim, personnel are advised to avoid contact with this subject.
特別収容プロトコル: SCP-6643が存在している場合、深妙物質処理インシデントが発生しています。そのインシデントの対処はSCP-6643の収容を構成しています。その間、職員はこの対象との接触を避けるよう忠告を受けています。

Acroamatic abatement personnel are encouraged to theorize on the origins of SCP-6643 to enable more proactive containment measures..Gleipnir-class anomalies defy standard categorization, posing dynamic containment challenges.

Description: SCP-6643 is an orange ectoplasmic pseudopod manifesting during any and all containment failures relating to the process of acroamatic abatement — the neutralization of anomalous byproducts — with both mass and activity level scaling to the incident's severity. Assessments of its cause, composition and potential cognizance are difficult due to the extrinsic urgency of its manifestation conditions, and the fact that no specimen has yet persisted beyond its triggering event.
説明: SCP-6643は、玄妙除却処理 — 異常な副産物の無力化 — に関連するあらゆるすべての収容失敗の際に出現する、橙色のエクトプラズム的仮足であり、質量と活動レベルはインシデントの重大性に比例します。出現する状況の外因的な緊急性や、どの標本もきっかけとなるイベントを越えて残存したことがないことから、その原因、組成、潜在的認知能力の評価は困難です。

Acroamatic abatement experts have colloquially termed this entity 'Verne'.

Addendum 6643-1, Phenomenological Overview: The first recorded manifestation of SCP-6643 occurred at the headquarters of the Foundation-affiliated Acroamatic Abatement Group (AAG) in 1921, what is today Treatment Area-21. Researchers were disposing of a large quantity of anomalous sulfur mustard ('mustard gas') created by scientist Frederick Banting and enriched with thaumaturgic thickening particles imparting a resistance to changes in wind direction. A former Foundation researcher, Banting had developed this new compound in tandem with the Canadian federal government for use in the First World War. The 1918 Armistice occurred before it could be deployed, and Banting reluctantly released it to the AAG for abatement. An undocumented corrosive quality led to containment breach, and the facility's ground level became flooded. Staff avoided chemical burns by retreating to raised gantries while emergency ventilation systems absorbed the low-settling cloud. During the twenty minutes between the beginning and end of this process, personnel observed SCP-6643 exploring the facility and manipulating various pieces of equipment. On-site security equipped with protective gear were able to photograph the entity before ventilation completed, at which point it immediately disappeared.
補遺6643-1、現象論的概説: 初めて記録されたSCP-6643の出現は、1921年に財団と提携していた玄妙除却グループ(AAG)の本部、今日の処置エリア-21で発生しました。研究者らは、フレデリック・バンティングによって作成され、奇跡術的に濃縮された風向の変化に耐性を与える粒子で強化された大量の異常なサルファマスタード("マスタードガス")を廃棄していました。元財団研究者であるバンティングは、第一次世界大戦で使用するためカナダ連邦政府と連携してこの新たな化合物を開発していました。化合物が配備される前に、1918年に休戦協定が行われ、バンティングは不承ながら除却のため化合物をAAGに放出しました。文書化されていなかった腐食性質のため、収容違反が発生し、施設の地表面は浸水しました。職員は高架のガントリーに退避して化学やけどを避ける一方、緊急換気システムは低位置の雲を吸収しました。この処理の開始から終了までの20分間、職員はSCP-6643が施設を探索してさまざまな道具を操作しているのを観測しました。現地の防護服を装備した警備員が、換気完了の前に実体を撮影することができたものの、換気が完了すると実体は即座に消失しました。


First manifestation of SCP-6643 at Area-21. エリア-21におけるSCP-6643の最初の出現。

Area-21 Director Dr. Wynn Rydderech observed:

I had the distinct impression it was searching for something. Some of my staff think it was seeking out the overflow release; they're divided on whether it was trying to keep us from suctioning off the gas, or trying to help the process along. The fact that it vanished as soon as the floor was clear supports either conclusion in equal measure, unfortunately.


SCP-6643 manifesting on a microscope slide. 顕微鏡のスライドに出現するSCP-6643。

The early years of the Foundation's acroamatic abatement project were rife with accidents, mostly minor, some major. It was soon determined that the conditions for SCP-6643 manifestation were exceptionally loose; even the most harmless release of esoteric vapours from containment could cause its appearance, if only in microscopic form.

Its behaviour remained inscrutable. On some occasions it interacted with the esoteric discharge, while on others it focused on containment apparatus or pursued no clear goal at all. In no occurrence were on-site personnel able to locate the physical origin point of the pseudopod, and in any case interaction with the anomaly was discouraged due to its unclear motivations and disposition.

During a containment breach at Site-43 which nearly killed Dr. Rydderech, SCP-6643 was seen to absorb harmful effluents in the air. This expedited Dr. Rydderech's extraction. Observing researcher Dr. Izaak Okorie speculated:

I know how this sounds, but I legitimately do think it was trying to help him. It was snapping this way and that, sucking in the effluvium. The motions of the tentacle were also circulating the air, even though we'd cut the flow off, and that in turn kept the stuff from sinking to the floor where Dr. Rydderech was lying prone. I don't think he would have made it out, had Verne not appeared. I realize we don't make directed use of anomalies, but it almost feels like this is an inbuilt defense mechanism against really harmful mishaps. I won't speculate beyond my security clearance level, of course, but… I wouldn't be surprised to learn we'd developed this thing to help us.

This theory received the dubious honour of falsification — the only such case on record — during the single worst disaster in the history of acroamatic abatement. Incident AAF-D-117 at Site-43 in 2002 involved the near-total loss of the Foundation's largest esoteric waste refinery in a cascade overflow scenario. This induced manifestation of the largest attested specimen of SCP-6643, which grasped Junior Researcher Reuben Wirth and pulled him into the breached facility where he presumably met his demise.
この理論は、玄妙除却史最悪の単一の災害 — 記録上唯一のケースです — の際に事実の歪曲という不名誉を被りました。2002年のサイト-43におけるインシデント AAF-D-117では、連鎖的溢流シナリオの中で、財団最大の深妙廃棄物精製所のほぼ完全な喪失が引き起こされました。これにより、裏付けのある中で最大のSCP-6643標本が出現し、それは下級研究員ルーベン・ワースをつかんで収容違反した施設の中に引き寄せ、彼はおそらくそこで落命しました。


SCP-6643 during a containment breach at Site-43. サイト-43の収容違反中におけるSCP-6643。

Due to the counterchronological material involved in this incident — now classified SCP-5243 — it recurs each calendar year and performs this action again.
このインシデント — 現在はSCP-5243に分類 — は、関与していた時間対抗物質のため、丸一年ごとに再発してこの行動を繰り返し実行しています。

Dr. Adrijan Zlatá proposed an alternate theory while Site-43's Chief of Applied Occultism in 2005:

Maybe we've been going at this all wrong. Maybe it's neither a pre-existing entity nor some inherent component of handling disasters. It might instead be an essophysical embodiment of the concept of catastrophe; a reification of the chaos inherent to such events. It's possible that we'd see it cropping up in disasters of every sort, if more disasters involved esoteric materials. The kind of stuff we work on at AcroAbate might provide all the fuel it needs to manifest, whereas in your bog-standard earthquake or volcano eruption or firestorm, it lurks invisibly at the conceptual threshold.

Dr. Zlatá's essentially unfalsifiable suggestion was unpopular with his colleagues, and he was unable to acquire evidence to prove it before his death in an SCP-5243 event in 2015. Though subsequently resurrected in quintuplicate — also in an SCP-5243 event — each iteration of Dr. Zlatá has strenuously declined to further explore anomalies of this nature.
本質的に反証不可能なズラター博士の提言は、同僚からの評判が悪く、彼は2015年にSCP-5243で死亡する前にこれを証明できる証拠を収集することができませんでした。その後5回蘇生した — やはりSCP-5243のイベントにおいて — ものの、それぞれのズラター博士はこの種のアノマリーのさらなる調査を断固拒否しています。

In 1995, acroamatic abatement engineer M'buka Rainier conducted a closed experiment in a series of disused refinery tunnels associated with Site-91. Tubing seeded with denatured recondite material — harmless, but resistant to containment within Euclidean geometry — generated the equivalent of an ongoing materials breach to which SCP-6643 immediately responded. The entity explored the tunnels for approximately one hour before vanishing, the only known case where it abandoned its efforts before the situation was fully resolved.
1995年、玄妙除却技術士ムブカ・レーニアは、サイト-91と関連する使用されなくなった一連の精製トンネルにて、閉鎖型実験を行いました。変性した幽遠物質 — 無害なものの、ユークリッド幾何学内での収容に耐性がある — をまかれた管類により、SCP-6643が即座に反応するような進行中の物質収容違反と同等のものを発生させました。実体はおよそ1時間トンネルを探索してから消滅し、事態が完全に解消する前にSCP-6643が努力を放棄する唯一の既知のケースでした。


SCP-6643 at Site-91. サイト-91におけるSCP-6643。

Engineer Rainier was pleased with the results of this experiment:

Now we know it definitely wants something, and it's definitely possessed of some form of sentience. Either it's trying to determine whether or not a leak is legitimate, and it took off because this one wasn't; or it's trying to use the leaking material to achieve some obscure purpose, and determined that this slow leak wasn't going to get it there. Sure, it'd be lovely if those weren't diametrically opposed theories, but we take what we can get.

Further proposed theories on the origin of SCP-6643 include:

  • Each manifestation is a different appendage for an extradimensional cephalopod or eukaryotic cell;
  • Each manifestation represents the Serpent of the Wanderers' Library reaching into baseline reality, searching for occult knowledge;
  • Each manifestation is the same time-lost entity orienting itself chronologically via events with high concentrations of anachronic particles, as occur in esoteric materials breaches;
  • Each manifestation is the same manifestation, and differences in its activity can be attributed to alterations in the shape of space-time in the interim.
  • それぞれの出現は、1体の外次元の頭足動物か真核生物の別々の付属器官である。
  • それぞれの出現は、放浪者の図書館の「蛇」が基底現実に手を伸ばし、隠秘学的知識を探しているのを表している。
  • それぞれの出現は、深妙物質収容違反で発生するような時代錯誤粒子が高濃度になるイベント群によって、時系列的に適応した同一の失時実体である。
  • それぞれの出現は、同一の出現であり、活動の違いはその時点の時空の形状の変化に原因を持つ。

Site-43's present Chief of Applied Occultism, Dr. Udo Okorie, made the following remarks at the AAG's annual gala in Vienna on 22 April 2022:

I can think of no compelling reason, beyond departmental tradition, to suggest that these occurrences represent sightings of a single persistent entity. I am equally unconvinced that the answer to this conundrum is so narratively appealing as 'they want to help us' or 'it's Cthulhu looking for dinner' or 'it's a wacky time travel thing'. Everyone has their pet explanation, and I'm not innocent; I sometimes like to think that what we're seeing is the anomalous equivalent to carcinization, wherein nature repeatedly attempts to evolve things into crabs. 6643 is just paranature trying, in magic-rich environments, to evolve a spectral octopus. Call it 'tendrilization', if you like.

But I have to admit… I'll be more than a little miffed if I turn out to be correct. If that's the explanation we've been waiting for, all these years. Any explanation is going to be something of an anticlimax, isn't it? Unless it's something truly spectacular, and experience tells me that's not often how reality works.
ですが、認めなければなりません……もし私が正しければ、私は少なからずムカつくでしょう。それが我々の長年待望していた説明であったなら。どんな説明でも、肩透かしを食らわないでしょうか? 本当に目を見張るようなものでもなければそうなるでしょうし、経験上、現実の機能の仕方はあまりそのようにはならないものです。

Every researcher at the AAG saw this thing, 'Verne', the first time it appeared. That means everyone who's ever worked in AcroAbate has known about it, has thought about it, has wondered where it came from and what it wants. It was an unsolved problem when Rydderech disappeared in '66. It was an unsolved problem when I started back in 2001. It might still be an unsolved problem when I'm gone.

If it's not, if we finally figure it out, I'll be ecstatic. It's a puzzle, an enigma, and the scientific process exists to identify, work through, and clear those up wherever possible. If I'm around to see the end to this one, I'll either drink a toast to whoever solved the mystery or take a deep bow myself.

And in either case I will nevertheless be very, very deeply, disappointed.


SCP-6643 during a containment breach at Site-43. サイト-43の収容違反中におけるSCP-6643。


tag: _cc _licensebox amorphous esoteric-class intangible on-guard-43 scp uncontained
タグ: en 不定形 esoteric-class 非実体 on-guard-43 scp 未収容


ソース: SCP-6643 rev.25
著者: HarryBlankHarryBlank
作成日(EN): 2022/07/12


















































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