Scientifically speaking, how would you kill SCP-682?

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    • #94108
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      Scientifically speaking, how would you kill SCP-682?

      >Item #: SCP-682

      >Object Class: Keter

      >Special Containment Procedures: SCP-682 must be destroyed as soon as possible. At this time, no means available to SCP teams are capable of destroying SCP-682, only able to cause massive physical damage. SCP-682 should be contained within a 5 m x 5 m x 5 m chamber with 25 cm reinforced acid-resistant steel plate lining all inside surfaces. The containment chamber should be filled with hydrochloric acid until SCP-682 is submerged and incapacitated. Any attempts of SCP-682 to move, speak, or breach containment should be reacted to quickly and with full force as called for by the circumstances.

      >Personnel are forbidden to speak to SCP-682, for fear of provoking a rage-state. All unauthorized personnel attempting to communicate to SCP-682 will be restrained and removed by force.

      >Due to its frequent attempts at containment breach, difficulty of containment and incapacitation, and high threat of Foundation Exposure, SCP-682 is to be contained in site [REDACTED]. The Foundation will use the best of its resources to maintain all land within fifty (50) kilometers clear of human development.

      >Description: SCP-682 is a large, vaguely reptile-like creature of unknown origin. It appears to be extremely intelligent, and was observed to engage in complex communication with SCP-079 during their limited time of exposure. SCP-682 appears to have a hatred of all life, which has been expressed in several interviews during containment. (See Addendum 682-B).

      >SCP-682 has always been observed to have extremely high strength, speed, and reflexes, though exact levels vary with its form. SCP-682’s physical body grows and changes very quickly, growing or decreasing in size as it consumes or sheds material. SCP-682 gains energy from anything it ingests, organic or inorganic. Digestion seems to be aided by a set of filtering gills inside of SCP-682’s nostrils, which are able to remove usable matter from any liquid solution, enabling it to constantly regenerate from the acid it is contained in. SCP-682’s regenerative capabilities and resilience are staggering, and SCP-682 has been seen moving and speaking with its body 87% destroyed or rotted.

      >In case of containment breach, SCP-682 is to be tracked and re-captured by all available Mobile Task Forces, and no teams with fewer than seven (7) members are cleared to engage it. To date (██-██-████), attempted breaches have numbered at seventeen (17), while successful breaches have numbered at six (6). (See Addendum 682-D).

      >SCP-682 appears to now be immune to SCP-409. Use of other SCP items to terminate SCP-682 must now first be tested on samples of SCP-682 before full-scale testing.

      >In accordance the Dr. ████████’s recommendations (see Document 27b-6), Dr. ███████ and Dr. █████ have requested permission to attempt the termination of SCP-682 using SCP-689. The request is currently pending approval from the ████████.

      >It has also been suggested by Dr. Gears to use SCP-182 in an attempt to communicate with SCP-682. SCP-182 has expressed reluctance, and refuses to enter the containment center of SCP-682, if at all possible.

    • #94109
      Anonymous
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      Launch it into another solar systems sun. Would say our sun, but I would be worried that it might end up consuming it.

      • #94113
        Anonymous
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        black hole

        "well ackshually" how would you get it there

        • #94114
          Anonymous
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          OP never said it had to be quick

      • #94136
        Anonymous
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        >another solar system
        >solar
        Confirmed IFLS 90 IQlet.

    • #94110
      Anonymous
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      black hole

      • #94147
        Anonymous
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        And mega lazer

    • #94111
      Anonymous
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      looks like it’s already pretty dead

    • #94112
      Anonymous
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      It’s a remnant of the late-2000’s "immortal OC" era. You can’t kill it; any reasonable propositions would be met with "well ackshually" from the curators.

    • #94115
      Anonymous
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      Give it the Kars treatment and launch him into space untill he eventually stops thinking

    • #94117
      Anonymous
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      I would go to SCP-914, put in a piece of paper that reads “A way to kill SCP-682”, and put it on fine

    • #94118
      Anonymous
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      It’s contained in acid right?

    • #94119
      Anonymous
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      Pretty sure chuck norris could kill it. Scientifically speaking.

      • #94124
        Anonymous
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        kys

        • #94153
          Anonymous
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          begone zoomer, this is an oldscrote thread now

    • #94121
      Anonymous
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      With a katana. A katana can kill anything, even god.

      • #94140
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >"My lord, I…"

    • #94122
      Anonymous
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      SCP started out dumb and it was all downhill from there

    • #94123
      Anonymous
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      Shoot it in the head.
      Next.

    • #94125
      Anonymous
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      If i learned something from darwinism is you can kill it with fast and constant environmental changes, the idea is you shouldn’t give it the time to adapt.

      >what if it starts adapting to multiple environments
      Not without decreasing in efficiency.

      • #94127
        Anonymous
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        >be rat

    • #94126
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Some meta mumbo jumbo tech.
      It really got powerscaled on later entries, to the point that no physical manipulation kills it.

    • #94128
      Anonymous
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      I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.

    • #94129
      Anonymous
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      put it in a cell with an unmasked SCP-096

      • #94131
        Anonymous
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        They tried this. It didn’t work. 096 wittled down 682’s body mass but things ended with 096 cowering in the corner. Similar thing happened with 173.

        • #94142
          Anonymous
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          096 wasn’t cowering in the corner. It was upset it couldn’t kill something that saw it.

      • #94141
        Anonymous
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        Hell, throw this thing in a black hole too. 90% of scps can be defeated by just throwing them into a singularity and letting another universe deal with it

        • #94148
          Anonymous
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          >not my problem

          • #94149
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >my community
            >my tax dollars
            Vs
            >a different universe with physical laws different than ours, time that works differently, etc.

          • #94151
            Anonymous
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            to be fair the foundation already uses anchors which destabilize other universes to stabilize our own

    • #94130
      Anonymous
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      >not just throwing it into the one of many murder-dimensions contained within a memetic [CENSORED] box
      I have never seen an actual counter to this, just "it mutates lol" but they don’t explain how the fuck it figures out how to dimensional warp out. And if it can do that, why the fuck would it stay in containment?

    • #94132
      Anonymous
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      What is it? I don’t follow tumblr.

      • #94133
        Anonymous
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        >scp
        >tumblr
        Back to plebbit

        • #94134
          Anonymous
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          >he doesn’t know
          >plebbit
          >he posts from a phone
          I would unironically support mandatory ID to post on LULZ just to get rid of zoomers, the quality would skyrocket.

        • #94135
          Anonymous
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          Anon, scp IS reddit.

          • #94137
            Anonymous
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            Newscrote.

            /scp/ #’s < 1000 were made by 4chinz

            • #94138
              Anonymous
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              Yeah but they have been retconned as well. SCP is bonafide reddit.

    • #94139
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Black hole

    • #94144
      Anonymous
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      >SCP-524 and SCP-682 introduced into testing chamber. SCP-682 examines SCP-524 suspiciously, at which point SCP-524 begins gnawing on SCP-682’s anterior right limb. SCP-682 jumps backward, bellowing. SCP-524 pursues SCP-682 for two minutes, at which point SCP-682 climbs four (4) meters up the wall of the testing chamber and is beyond SCP-524’s reach. SCP-524 ceases pursuit and begins washing its face with its paws; it continues this activity for 15 minutes, during which time SCP-682 remains 4 meters up the wall and beyond SCP-524’s reach.

      >SCP-524 then crosses to the other side of the test chamber and begins breaching containment. Test aborted.
      Just put it in a smaller cell that 682 can’t escape 524’s reach

    • #94145
      Anonymous
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      Ask nicely for it kys

    • #94146
      Anonymous
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      You don’t have to kill it, just put it on a very stable orbit.

    • #94150
      Anonymous
      Guest

      First, give me access to SCP-914. The procedure is as follows:

      >acquire current tissue sample from Keter class evolutionary hazard
      >use sample as course input for SCP-914
      >place output in a sterile environment and maintain formal containment procedures as Euclid object
      >having no interaction with contained object, use SCP-294 to produce "a vial of liquid capable of completely killing object sample, but is safe for an average human to eat."

      Note: The early iterations of this material will have debilitating side effects (blindness, appetite hiatus, survival valuance dysphoria, hyperdependency, mood shift (hostile, defensive), sapience nullification, etc.) and must NOT be consumed.

      >verify that contents of vial do indeed fully kill containment sample
      >should some residue of tissue sample remain, return as rough input to SCP-914
      >use SCP-294 to produce another vial of human-safe evolutionary solvent on output, clearly labeling samples with unique identifiers specific to the containment process
      Since our goal is to fully destroy each sample, care must be taken to manage each sample identifier for the next stage.

      Supposing we find that 10-30 iterations of solvent were needed, adjust parameters for SCP-294:
      >"the fluid from vial 63 in iteration process from sample series…"
      >"iteration from hypothesis group 73, that would have resulted in full sample death of original experiment iteration […] while remaining safe to consume when mixed with…"
      >"the perfect drink to motivate me right now with better vial identifiers in case we run into a fluid that can’t be produced."
      >"a clean hallucinogen to help me remember the breakthrough I had in developing containment procedure…"

      It is critical that we work carefully so as not to risk a critical vulnerability that might jeopardize SCP-294’s quality. The process may need to be slowed if a notable lag time in SCP-294’s vending service is observed while developing successive solvents.

      When the time-to-solvent …

      • #94152
        Anonymous
        Guest

        … begins to diminish between samples, we can move on to the next step, of producing the assembler fluids to generate solvents manually. This is a necessary step because we cannot rely on SCP-294 to produce a single vial with enough potency to fully destroy a living sample, let alone the whole containment hazard. Science is needed because we can’t rely on the magic of SCP-294 to produce human-safe variations of the developing fluid if our aim is to produce enough for effective containment.

        Do not allow yourself to grow accustomed to using SCP-294 for fluid fabrication. Remember that it is an SCP, and one wrong request may well result in an encounter with worse containment hazards than a dead tissue sample. You must phrase things delicately and be aware that the assembler fluids for our target solvent may be extremely hazardous to handle, observe, or replicate ourselves. Starting with miniscule base fluid and expanding it through a growth medium that we can find an independent means to manufacture is integral to producing a fluid volume with the mass and safety requirements necessary for full containment.

        When we find a stable growth medium, we can begin human trials of both the reconstructed and original fluids from the vials. Personnel are reminded not to rely on SCP-294 to produce "medicines" that would handle the side-effects of consuming an evolutionary solvent.

        DO NOT USE SOLVENTS AS VERY FINE INPUT TO SCP-914.

        The goal here is not simply to destroy samples of cell material, but to do so in a manner that advances our survival rate in comparison to each sample. In doing so we can anticipate the creation of a fluid that behaves similar to a living organism, but is symbiotic with humans. A living slime that exhibits primitive sentience should be treated with caution, but may be necessary for the construction of our containment substance.

        >cont

        • #94155
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Should SCP-294 prove useful for creating a relatively safe solvent, we can select an ideal fluid for use as a fine input to SCP-914. Fluids created in this manner should be labeled with distinct stage two identifiers, separate from the iterational process of course tissue sampled outputs. Testing of refined fluids MUST be performed by D-class personnel prior to any consumption by researchers. Further mapping of anomalous effects should be noted for later study, and ignored for the sake of advancing containment.

          Do not risk further containment breach to acquire fresh tissue samples. Use of solvent on direct target must be avoided. Small quantities of flesh are preferred to large sections for testing purposes. Exercise discretion, not confidence, when comparing results of course tissue to their organic counterpart.

          • #94156
            Anonymous
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            Why even bother with the human-safe stuff? If you’re gonna put produced fluids through 914 then you’re gonna want as few variables as possible, create one superhuman fluid and one 682-killer fluid. What if it interprets "fine" as safe for anything, or hazardous for anything? As you said about 294, you cannot rely on an anomaly for accuracy since one misinput can produce drastically different results, or the results can vary by its anomalous nature regardless of parameters, just as a "fine" setting can produce items vastly different from the original input without any reliable predictability.

    • #94154
      Anonymous
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      https://i.imgur.com/6zMttmy.gif

      DID SOMEONE SAY SCIENCE FICTION??

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