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  1. Name: Mint Rank: Sergeant FTO Rank (If Applicable, SGT+): JFTO Why should you retain your rank (WO+ must respond | 150+ words): N/A  Any Notes, Questions, or Concerns?: N/A
  2. Lore Name: Mint Steam ID: STEAM_0:1:108055459 Rank: Associate Researcher Activity Level: 8/10
  3. Lore Name: Mint Rank: Junior Researcher SCP: 1025 "Common Book Of Diseases" Class: Safe Question/idea: We wanted to see if our test subject could withstand the effects of page 1,042 one of the more dangerous pages out there in the Encyclopedia of Common Diseases it is said you go blind and deaf and be able to tell what would happen in the next five minutes of your future afterwards whilst reading this page. So, we wanted to test our theory. Background research: SCP WIKI Hypothesis: We think that our theory would be correct as he would beable to go deaf and blind but we didnt think much of him thinking 5 minutes into the future Observations during test: The subject was introduced to scp 1025 for the first time. He kept refusing to look into the book but one of our security guards had to make him look inside of it. He began acting a little bit strange like two seconds after. Evidence/Visual Stimuli: N/A Analysis / Conclusion: The book had enough power to trigger the symptoms and therefore our analysis was correct Was your hypothesis correct: Positive, our theory was correct and our test subject did go blind. We asked him can you hear us. He didnt respond we asked him again, and he still did not answer us. 10 seconds later he began saying what will happen in the next five minutes of our future and he said "The CI will catch you guys down the hallway while taking me to MedBay". He never specified which hallway but we thought it was the hallway we were in so we took a different route. We were almost at MedBay until the CI started firing at us. We saw three researchers lined up against a wall with their hands up. I quickly ran away to go document this as of right now. Our test was positive. People who were with us: Security Luke, and Junior Researcher McLovin.