Dr. Lee

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  1. Dr. Lee

    SCP 131-A 9/15/19

    Understandable, However the benefits of sight outweigh it being able to read.
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    SCP-999 Date Unknown

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e23HIfw8T2_C0lxmHv7hwG4u_3SG0NY9BkCT3emclSs/edit?usp=sharing
  3. SCP-999 TEST GRADE: 8.1 This was a very well put together test, however I did find it lacking some details such as what part of SCP-999 did you cut and take out? Also, what did you do with the extra pieces of 999? Other than some missing detail it was a pretty good test. Keep up the good work.
  4. SCP-457 TEST GRADE: 5/10 Although this test was excellent I don't know how this contributes to an Environment Test. I like the end result and I'm wonder what makes 457's gas and smoke produce such a big smoke bomb. Sadly I got see how this aligns with the Topic Test you decided. However I am willing to talk to you about and maybe get an explanation. Also I saw some capitalization issues.
  5. Name: Dr Lee Current Rank: Researcher Time in Research (Approximate): 1 month EU or US supervisor?: US Why should you be research command, AKA what can you bring to the table that the rest of command can't? (100-word minimum); Why I should be research command, AKA what I can bring to the command table that the rest of command can't is a weird question with in its self. Also it's hard to know what I can bring to the table that other command can't because I don't know most command do on a basis of lets say a week. However I can bring is being active, and lots of training sessions. I know that as a command member training can also be done be non command members. I can say since I am non command I have conducted a lot of training. I understand that with training sometimes it's not all good, meaning there are a small few who make it through who are mingy. Of course, I can't say that I would be better than any other command members. Being command is hard, we would like to be strict but not be too harsh that it make players not want to come back to research. Which is a struggle when you have to enforce most rules, as must would say that it's just a game and they wouldn't care. I would like to bring what I have learned from being in research into command, I like being able to help people. What will you do to make research more active and better? (100 word minimum)(Tangible items like activity, expertise or the ability to run training, etc)?; As I've said before I am very active, which means that I would be able to do more training, unless I need to be staff. I would also like to do more tests that include more researchers. I know there are mass tests but those include planning and time, which I would love to do but are more harder to set up. I would like to explain myself, when I say small tests with more researchers I would like to do test with JR more especially the newer ones so that way its gives them more of an understanding what to do and what goes on within researchers. maybe, which I understand there is event team, but maybe have a game day for researchers. Which not is goods to have fun and relax but even bring in some training into it.
  6. SCP-527 INTELLIGENCE TEST 9/20/19 GRADE: 8.5 The test its self is fine, in fact I like the way it was conducted as its not just one test. This test had small simple tests within it. Although the test was very excellent, I felt as though it lacked more detail to the observation. Hopefully we can better that! Overall great test!.
  7. Dr. Lee

    SCP 131-A 9/15/19

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/18VwXGTd_P5aP5r4aWqCiNsYrFF5hat88Kcmk6XPwdp4/edit?usp=sharing
  8. Lore Name: Res Util Dev Supervisor Dr Lee Steam ID: STEAM_0:0:158662834 Rank: Researcher Activity Level: Normal
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    SCP-049 9/9/2019

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/17DFC8bpV3qEkzpvWnu83LfKecj75GFgG3xXahHmn3I0/edit?usp=sharing
  10. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UP0OXsDbooidxXYYVdWRidnBQNxZpYOEV0HAsIA7x-Q/edit?usp=sharing
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    SCP-999 8/26/2019

    Name: James Lee Rank: Junior Researcher Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: Myself Amount of D class involved: 0 SCP: 999 Errors and/or safety hazards: None Question: To see if SCP-999 would sweat if performed strenuous exercise. Background Research:We know that SCP-999 has been described playful, and dog-like. It is also hydrophobic. Hypothesis: My hypothesis is that 999 would sweat. Observation: During exercise 999 did not seem to have any effects. Visual Stimuli (Photos/ videos): N/A Analysis: As 999 is only gelatinous mass of orange slime, it’s hard to know what exercises 999 can do. Unfortunately, as of now the only exercise that we were able to conduct, are less enthusiastic jumping jacks. So I instructed 999 to jump about 50 times. After the jumping exercise I observed 999’s surface. It did not seem to have sweat, understandably we know that 999 is hydrophobic, nor was there drops of sweat on the floor. Conclusion: It is believed the SCP-999 cannot sweat, or perhaps I did not conduct research for that long. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: No
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    SCP-1048 8/25/19

    Name:Dominio Rank:Junior Researcher Clearance Level:2 List of Personnel involved in testing: Yukon, Mildlyw. Amount of D class involved: 1 SCP: 1048 Errors and/or safety hazards:NO Question:If SCP-1048 will put itself in harm's way for another living being. Background Research:We know that 1048 can walk on it’s own. Hypothesis:Our Hypothesis is that it will protect the D-Class Observation:We watched as the D-Class personnel was put into harm's way. As for 1048, he did not move, nor seem to care about the D-Class. Visual Stimuli (Photos/ videos): NO Analysis: This Teddy Bear (SCP-1048) was not helpful towards protecting another living being. Conclusion:We do not believe that 1048 is capable of understanding what is harmful towards other living beings. Therefor not capable of helping or protecting others. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: NO