[DEFN] Jake Puffin

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  1. Aight, just making sure, didn’t see any information, my apologies.
  2. Hey man, just a heads up, don’t forget to post the proper format for use, even when using a google document. Thanks!
  3. I hate to say it. Its been a super fun experience with you guys, making my way all the way from a Private to a Vice Commander. A few messages to say to some people for my resignation: Brandon - Keep doing what you're doing man, you're a great leader and an excellent friend. Hudson - Thank you for being there for the army when others couldn't, it's been an honor to serve with you. Ayame - You're a weeb, but you're still cool. Enjoy your General position! Quinn - Didn't know you all that well, but you're a nice guy, glad to have met you. Tumz - I didn't exactly know all that well, but you're still an awesome general, keep up the good work. Archan, Shadow, Charlie, Vixxi, Tigersden, Armykid, Jay, Syth (and all other members of Army) Thanks so much for being respectable, honorable, and above all else, my greatest assets and friends. What you guys have given me on this server is irreplaceable, and I will never forget the time you gave to help me and your divisions thrive. Furno, Warwinner, Jess, Jake, John Wick, Jag, Sam (and any other unmentioned Marine Corps) While I can't say I got to know all or most of you that well, I can say that you all are respectable, great members of the community. I'm glad to say I can call most of you my friends, and I'm glad to have met and interacted with each and every one of you. Lawrence, CT, Jumper, DrWolffe, Theman, Jones (and any other unnamed Air force) Most of you are chill, calm, and respectable members. I'm happy to say that my interactions with you and your branch won't be forgotten. Thank you for being the best you guys can ever be. I will miss all of you guys, especially Theman because, I mean, c'mon, its Theman. Androntel - Uh-oh, stinky (I'm just messing you're cool my guy) On that note, good luck with future members and players. I love you guys, full homo!
  4. Rank: Researcher Jake Puffin Clearance Level: 3 List of Personnel involved in testing: N/A Level D personnel involved: N/A SCP: 999 Errors and/or safety hazards: N/A Question: Is it possible for SCP-999's gelatin to invoke a chemical change in plant matter, causing an increased rate of growth? Background Research: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-999 Hypothesis: SCP-999's gelatin will be able to invoke accelerated growth through means of a chemical change. Analysis and Conclusion: Analysis: Through the means of six separate tests (each test including a different species of vegetation). The research was able to show many different conclusions to the aforementioned hypothesis. Three species of plants were used: - Cannabis (Common Name: Marijuana) - Tagetes erecta (Common Name: Marigold) - Chlorokybophyceae (Common Name: Green Algae) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SCP-999 Gelatin Jungle Results -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Conclusion: All three plant specimens were exposed at different on chemical, cellular, and molecular levels. Further testing with Specimen "Green Algae" is not advised. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: My results aligned with my hypothesis, showing that rapid growth can occur. The chloroplasts in most specimens were exposed to mass chlorophyll which caused massive damage to most specimens by overworking them. -------------------------------------------------------------- End Log ---------------------------------------------------------------
  5. Lore Name: Researcher Jake Puffin Steam ID: STEAM_0:1:151273009 Rank: Researcher
  6. Rank: Researcher Clearance Level: 3 List of Personnel involved in testing: Security OFC Happy Level D personnel involved: N/A SCP: 999 Errors and/or safety hazards: None Question: Is it possible for SCP-999 to absorb Kinetic Energy and dissipate said energy into the atmosphere or the ground? Note: If SCP-999 is able to absorb Kinetic Energy, can it turn said energy into stored energy within its body? Background Research: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-999 Hypothesis: SCP-999 will be able to absorb Kinetic Energy and dissipate its energy/use stored energy when its body morphs shapes. Note: This could provide context as to how SCP-999 is able to maintain its gelatinous state. It's impossible for it to permanently absorb large amounts of energy, so it would have to dissipate its energy so that it does not ruin its gelatinous state. Observation/Visual Stimuli(Photos/videos): N/A ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Analysis and Conclusion: Analysis: Phase One: First Punch SCP -999 showed the capabilities of minor kinetic energy absorption through a single, hard punch to SCP-999. (SCP-999 was alright with the test and did not seem to mind). Phase Two: Standard 9mm Cartridge SCP-999 was unable to absorb any kinetic energy from the handgun round. The bullet was spat back out by SCP-999 who cooed happily. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How does SCP-999 disperse Kinetic Energy? Does it become contained as stored energy? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Phase One: Seismograph In initial testing, a seismograph was placed one (1) meter from SCP-999 to test if kinetic energy was being dispersed into the ground at low frequencies. No kinetic energy was detected, even when attempting to use an enhanced version of the seismograph, which can detect minor vibrations. Phase Two: Morphed Dispersal Thanks to new research tech developed by our R&D teams, a new tool (commonly known as the P.E.F.M, or Polar Energy Field Manipulator,), we can detect even the slightest amount of energy releases, even on a molecular level if need be. Testing through, it was found that SCP-999 is capable of releasing kinetic energy in small bursts when in movement. Molecules in its gelatinous body are able to dissipate this energy as thermal energy into the atmosphere. When given candy, SCP-999's rate of kinetic dispersion increased by a factor of 3%. Testing ended soon after and SCP-999 and the stationed guard returned to posts. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: In conclusion, the results that I had found were conclusively accurate with my hypothesis. Each action that SCP-999 took slowly released energy. Lipids (granted by sweets and sugars) help to release this energy when need be. The fats can be burned quickly along with the aforementioned energy. Addendum 1A-999: Testing between SCP-999 and SCP-128 could be useful in fully determining properties of SCP-999 when it comes to Kinetic Energy.
  7. While this is a good concept, it may have been better to test on multiple subjects instead of just one. Multiple trials are beneficial to any scientific experiment. Overall, you have decent detail. The document isn’t bad in any way at all. Continue to think outside the box.
  8. -Test Designation: "Mother Nature"-
  9. Rank: Associate Researcher Jake Puffin Clearance Level: 3 List of Personnel involved in testing: MTF Nu7 SGT Niro NO87 - MTF Nu7 PVT Ritz RI07 Level D personnel involved: D-9856 (Abejx) SCP: 096 & 999 Errors and/or safety hazards: D-Class may attempt to escape, and if 096 is looked at, it could lead to danger, we also want 999 to avoid eye contact with 096, as it will be instructed not to watch. Question: If SCP-096 enters a frenzied state, is it possible that SCP-999 can calm the frenzy or even completely stop the frenzy. Background Research: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-096 - http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-999 Hypothesis: The effects of SCP-999 will have an absolute effect on SCP-096. This should lead SCP-096 to calm itself without having to eliminate a targeted entity. Observation/Visual Stimuli(Photos/videos): N/A (096) Analysis and Conclusion: D-9856 entered the cell along with SCP-999. After looking at 096's face, D-9856 started yelling as 096 grew distressed. SCP-999 was ordered to step in to attempt to calm down SCP-096. SCP-096 did not seem phased by SCP-999 touching it, as it continued to slaughter the D-Class that was used. MTF Units escorted SCP-999 back to Light Containment. Note: Post-test, it can be noted that SCP-096 was quicker to decompress and calm down after the viewer of its face was slain. While it usually takes around ten (10) to twelve (12) seconds for SCP-096 to calm, it only took three (3) to calm SCP-096 after the D-Class was slain. Addendum 1A: SCP-999 seemed quite distressed about the situation afterward. It should be noted that testing involving both SCP-999 and SCP-096 should be canceled from further on out, as to not strain SCP-999. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: In conclusion, the test results sadly didn't align with my hypothesis. SCP-999's anomalous properties are unable to effect SCP-096 during a frenzied state.
  10. Good work, this looks good and it is a great idea to test the effects of outside chemicals on this SCP to determine its state of nature and how the body and cells may also be affected.
  11. While this is a simple question, it's a good one. Don't forget for the List of Personnel and the D-Class you state their names. Look for answers that others wouldn't, that's what going to get you the farthest (in my opinion). Good work so far!
  12. Rank: Junior Researcher Jake Puffin Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: Security CPL Cr0w, Security LCPL Harrison Level D personnel involved: 1889 (The Sun Child) - 1923 (Fly Fish) SCP: 912 Errors and/or safety hazards: 912 did not seem very cooperative with the test, however, we managed to take a sample of clothing. Question: Does SCP-912's armor act similar to clothing or skin. In essence, does the SCP's armor contain organic macromolecules, and if so, where do they originate? Background Research: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-912 Hypothesis: The armor pieces will not come back as organic, as there has been no evidence of there ever being any organic matter except for SCP-912's ability to think and act. Observation/Visual Stimuli(Photos/videos): N/A Analysis and Conclusion: Upon analysis of SCP-912's armor, the previously mentioned cloth did not come back as organic in nature. Not a single macromolecule or DNA strand could be located within the small piece of cloth. Considering this, we can determine that SCP-912's clothing and armor is not organic, however, the sample that I took may not have been sufficient in collecting this data. Comparing both tissue samples (one from D-Class 1889) and blood samples (one from D-Class 1923), no similarities could be found. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: In conclusion, my hypothesis completely aligned with my results. Nucleic Acids (which make up DNA and RNA) could not be found within SCP-912, nor could Carbohydrates, Lipids, and Proteins (all building blocks of most organisms). This leads to suggest that SCP-912 is not put together and animate by ordinary means.
  13. Rank: Junior Researcher Jake Puffin Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: N/A (Unless you include me) Level D personnel involved: None SCP: 999 Errors and/or safety hazards: None Question: When we examine the molecules of SCP-999's gelatin in different states, does its molecular structure relate to that of existing elements or compounds. (Such as H20, C6H12O6, etc.) Background Research: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-999 Hypothesis: The molecules will most likely be similar in structure to water molecules. Close and compact when frozen. Scattered and shifted when evaporated. Analysis and Conclusion: Analysis: After taking three sets of three samples of SCP-999's gelatin, one set of gelatin was set aside as a control. The second and third sets are left where they are. First, I got the volume of the liquids in each tube, which measures out to 22 mL per square inch. Using standard test tubes filled with water (which matches the same volume as the gelatin). Water freezes at 32*F, while it also boils at 212*F, therefore, using these numbers as my basis for transforming SCP-999 gelatin into different forms. Phase One: (Acquiring a Boiling Point) Measuring the boiling point, the water evaporated and condensation formed inside the test tube between 210-212*F. Measuring the boiling point of SCP-999's gelatin, the liquid began to evaporate at around 170*F. However, strangely, the liquid molecules attempted to bond and stay together as if not to break apart from one another. After reaching temperatures of 378-381*F, the molecules scattered and evaporated instantaneously, as well as the bonds between the molecules. Phase Two: (Acquiring a Freezing Point) Measuring the freezing point, the water froze and its molecules compacted at around 32-30*F. Measuring the freezing point of SCP-999's gelatin, the liquid began to compress and compact, however, similar to the boiling point test, the molecules attempted to move rapidly in order to create high amounts of friction to stop the freezing process. Different attempts with liquid nitrogen showed that the molecules of the gelatin were able to replace themselves so quickly that no substance we had on hands at the time could freeze it. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: In conclusion, the tests showed very different outcomes then what I had expected at the time. Not only did the molecular bonds not compact in the freezing point test, but they were also able to keep the gelatin stable and warm. This could show how SCP-999 may be able to stay stable with its body at times, being able to constantly supply itself with electrons, protons, and neutrons which form into molecules, even when the gelatin is detached from the SCP's body. Visual Reference: Chart (left) simply shows the testing levels for our comparable compound (H20).
  14. Rank: Junior Researcher "Jake Puffin" Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: MTF Nu7 PFC Lord LS93 Level D personnel involved: D-CLASS 1100 - (Peggu) SCP: 999 Errors and/or safety hazards: None Question: Can SCP-999's gelatin cure wounds, and to what extent? Background Research: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-999 Hypothesis: SCP-999's gelatinous restoration properties will be able to heal wounds while being separate from SCP-999 itself. The severe wounds (such as gunshots or severed muscle systems such as dismembered fingers or tendons) may not be able to heal as fast and/or as well. Observation/Visual Stimuli(Photos/videos): N/A (My Files got corrupted somehow) Analysis and Conclusion: Phase 1 (Light Cut on Right Forearm) - Wound didn't fully heal, however, this may be due to only semi exposure to SCP-999's gelatin Phase 2 - (Deep Gash On Left Forearm)- Wound fully healed, leaving little to no scar tissue. Phase 3 - (9mm round to the lower left calf)- Wound was unable to fully close, however, the projectile was pushed out only slightly, leaving the wound to heal around the bullet. Phase 4 - (9mm round in the upper right thigh)- Gelatin fully pushed out the 9mm round, the tissue that was able to successfully heal afterwards. However, after further inspection, the D-Class's blood seemed to show reduced hemoglobin and iron. Areas around the wound were also drained of fatty tissues, most likely absorbed by the Gelatin which allowed it to heal the wound. Phase 5 - (Removal of Ring Finger-Reattachment capabilities)- Gelatin was able to temporarily reattach the D-Class's ring finger. However, after attempting to move the finger himself, the D-Class's ring finger fell straight to the floor. (May be caused by the lack of fatty tissues inside of fingers. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: In conclusion, the hypothesis I proposed seem fairly accurate. The D-Class's fingers were not able to reattach. However, bullet wounds were able to be healed and even showed enough capability to force a bullet out of the wound.