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4/3385 LEVEL 4/3385
CLASSIFIED
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项目编号: SCP-3385
Safe
负责站点 站点主管 研究负责人 负责MTF
Site-82 Dr. Morgan Armaud Dr. Julia Mølgaard Sigma-13 ("深水")

特殊收容措施

SCP-3385需被收容于Site-82深水收容设施的干船坞之中。获取SCP-3385的详细资料需L4/3385级及以上权限,且任何物理或数字资料不得被带出Site-82或相应的深井目录区域。 任何试图将以上资料带离站点的人员在被捕后将立刻被拘留,剥夺其安全等级并/或将其降为E级人员。站点主管可酌情采取进一步的处理方式。

每年需对SCP-3385的反应炉进行两次的全面检查,并根据需要增加燃料储备。任何情况下不得切断或减弱前舱的能源供应。

仅限现任站点主任与指定HMCL主任选择的研究人员有权限进入SCP-3385前舱。


描述
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SCP-3385,拍摄时间未知

SCP-3385为一艘经过改装的前卫级战略核动力潜艇。其存在最初的入列匾被移除,并由皇家海军远方天际号的入列匾替换的迹象。资料显示该潜艇由位于坎布里亚郡的维克斯造船厂建造。1

SCP-3385内部已被完全翻新,潜艇前半部分已经过扩容处理以为四个大型冬眠室腾出空间。这些冬眠室占据了潜艇的大部分空间。舰上最初的护卫级导弹与鱼雷的发射管,装载器和弹药库已完全被这些储物间代替。

舰桥与司令塔附近区域也进行了翻新,以此来建造一个小型居住区与控制室,以便于对位于潜艇尾部的安全壳与核反应堆进行尽可能地管理与维护。

目前,SCP-3385上四个冬眠室仅有三个能够正常运行。从舰桥电脑中获得的资料表明存在从已故障冬眠室中拆除零件以确保其他三个正常工作的可能性。

四个冬眠室均包含182个低温冬眠仓,共计728个,每个冬眠仓均被使用。尽管对冬眠仓内部进行了全面扫描,但其中冬眠者死亡的可能性依旧较高。由于冷冻过程中使用的技术未知,目前无法确定这种可能性的大小。

对冬眠仓的调查显示,冬眠仓设计与建造的时间很短,并且具有多种异常性质。

对这些异常性质与整个冬眠仓制造技术的研究正在进行中。

附件

发现记录

于2014年8月,SCP-3385首次被获得海星勘探有限公司许可的海底勘探船Whalesong舰的船员于法罗群岛北部的埃吉尔海凌的海底发现。

基金会在潜入英国水文局的特工将海星勘探公司的报告内容列为潜在异常后,开始注意到SCP-3385,并以英国皇家海军为媒介介入调查。

于2015年5月,SCPS 法尔康纳2被派遣前往调查。在未观测到内部存在任何活动迹象的的情况下,探索队伍初步认为SCP-3385能在中性浮力下保持稳定,并被一条铁链拴在海底。这条铁链随后被切断,SCP-3386被转移至Site-82的水下船坞中进行研究。

研究记录

2015年5月21日,SCP-3385被成功转移至Site-82的海底干船坞中。MTF-Sigma-13被指示对SCP-3385进行内部探索,并没有造成任何人员伤亡。

The hatch located by MTF Sigma-13 was sealed with a complex biometric lock utilizing a level of technological sophistication not currently known to the Foundation. After several days of steady progress, Site-82 were able to breach the lock with biological material harvested from the bridge officer.

Using this process, the identity of the bridge officer was confirmed to be Grand Commodore Elliott Stewart of His Majesty's Royal Navy. This biological material was also used to unlock the secured database on board SCP-3385, which produced additional information about Commodore Stewart.

Elliott Stewart, KCGC

Grand Commodore Elliott Stewart, KCGC (born 12 Third, 29 BGW) is a Knight Companion of the Order of the Grand Cross and a member of His Majesty's Royal Navy.

Early life and Education

Stewart was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire, in the Kingdom of Britain. He received his primary education at St. Cuthbert's School for Boys, then went on to graduate with honors from the Royal Naval Academy, where he also completed the Accelerated Tactics & Warfare college at the top of his class.

Naval Career

In 9 BGW, Stewart accepted a commission as a Leftenant in His Majesty's Royal Navy directly from the Academy, and was assigned to serve as an attache to Admiral Cyrus Othaniel (Lord Bamfeld) in the lead up to the beginning of the Great War. After the events at New Brunswick, he was promoted to Captain, JG and given command of his first Wyvern-class destroyer, the HMRNS Sword of God.

After distinguishing himself in the Battle of the Thames (where he was awarded his first Silver Star), he was promoted to Captain of the List (SG), and was given command of the HMRNS Virulent Redeemer, a Gallant-class heavy cruiser.

Once again instrumental in the Arctic Circle Offensive, he was given a brevet rank of Commodore and lead the 338.51 offensive against the Turks in 18 GW. This rank was confirmed on 19 Tenth, 28 GW, where he was also inducted into the Order of the Grand Cross.

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Commodore Stewart (Far right), with Lord Bamfeld (Center), and Captain (SG) Frederick.

Born:
12 Third, 29 BGW (Age 68)
Allegiance:
Kingdom of Great Britain
Service/branch:
His Majesty's Royal Navy
Years of service:
9 BGW – present
Rank:
Grand Commodore
Commands held:
HMRNS Far Horizon
HMRNS Virulent Redeemer
HMRNS Sword of God
Battles:
The North American Campaign
Arctic Circle Offensive
Battle of the Thames
The London Retreat
Awards:
Order the Grand Cross (KC)
Imperial Medal of Valor
Monarch's Appreciation
Silver Star (**)

While the events in the North American Campaign proved to be ultimately fruitless, Stewart was able to distinguish himself as the only active field officer to achieve his objectives. For this, he was promoted to Knight Companion of the OGC. His actions at New York, which allowed for the retreat of the surviving members of the 10th British Expeditionary Force, also earned him the Monarch's Appreciation. Harried the entire way across the North Atlantic, his decisive leadership and great sacrifice allowed for the majority of Third Fleet to survive the engagement with the Americans and return to England.

Upon return to the homeland, he was awarded the Imperial Medal of Valor and given command of the HMRNS Far Horizon. Further details on this command have been classified.

On May 25, 2015, MTF Sigma-13 returned to SCP-3385 to conduct an exploration of the four containment chambers below the command bridge.

A total of 728 cryogenic pods were identified aboard SCP-3385, with the 182 in the S13 cylinder showing obvious signs of technical failure. It is unclear if this technical failure was a result of the original SCP-3385 crew salvaging parts to repair the other cylinders, or if the system failure predated such activity.

Additional medical and technical staff were assigned to SCP-3385 to provide analysis of the technology involved in the process, headed up by Dr. Julia Mølgaard, a specialist in unknown paratechnology.

SCPF Internal Memorandum


FROM: Dr. Julia Mølgaard
TO: Dr. Morgan Armaud
DATE: 2015/07/12
RE: SCP-3385 initial findings

The technology used to develop the containment chambers must have been cutting edge at the time. There are circuits and power regulation shunts that are decades ahead of the stuff I found on the rest of the ship. While the reactor tech was just about a match for the stuff that our Royal Navy has, the computer architecture used to govern the chambers is like nothing I've ever seen.

Just looking at the specs for that makes it pretty clear to me that this stuff was added aftermarket, and the analysis from the engineers confirmed it. The metallurgical reports on SCP-3385's hull show signs of some kind of weird repair work. The hull wasn't cut apart and reinforced in order to make room for the cylinders, it looks like additional material was just… added in? It's difficult to describe.

My professors back at MIT would say it's impossible, but it looks like the entire hull was flash melted and forced grown. It's almost organic, but the growth is so uniform it had to have been done mechanically. Rogers4 seemed downright giddy over the idea, but he thinks that it was done with some sort of complex thaumaturgical ritual. They used magic to open up the thing, pull out everything inside it, shove those big cylinders in, then seal it all back up.

Frankly, there is no way we could have done that using non-anomalous tech. Sure, we probably could cut her open, add more plating, etc., but none of that would have come close to matching the time scale shown on this project. Rogers and the other engineers think that the process probably took place over the course of a few days. Our process? 13-19 months, provided nothing went wrong. There's a reason we don't cut open submarines once we've built them and expect them to be seaworthy afterwards.

But that isn't the exciting part.

I authorized the medical guys to start opening up some of the non-functional cryo caskets. Stewart and the others clearly hadn't opened them before, I guess they just did what they could and wrote all those people off when they tried to save the others.

Anyway, each of the 'passengers' were sealed inside their own individual sections. Tiny little compartments and I haven't the foggiest idea how they got all of them in there. They loaded them all in from the end and sealed them up behind them? That meant that whoever went first was probably in that tube for several hours before they could start freezing the whole thing all at once. The idea almost had me breaking out in hives when we first thought of it, and that seems to be the most likely candidate.

I'm getting sidetracked. Each passenger also had a small allotment of personal space and we found a bunch of personal effects. Journals, a few toys, some pictures. No cash or anything that looks like it'd be a trade-able good. Either they figured money wouldn't be worth anything where they were going, or they all decided that what they did take was more valuable. Either way, the choice was universal. We opened all the pods in the S1 and none of them had anything more than items of personal value.

I'm sending over a list that we compiled for your review.

-Mølgaard

The majority of the items recovered from the S1 containment chamber were of personal or educational value and were transferred into storage. Of particular note was an 18 minute video message that was comprised of a series of clips shot in the days leading up to the launch of SCP-3385.

Site-82 technicians were able to break the encryption on the ship's log on July 18, 2015. The logs indicated that SCP-3385 was launched from His Majesty's Naval Base Clyde on the Gare Loch. The date of launch was listed as the 9th of Twelfth, in the 39th year of the Great War, and it listed Grand Commodore Elliott Stewart in command, with Leftenant-Specialist Jaime Blythe & Corpsman Gregory Jefferson as crew.

The majority of the logs were uneventful, cataloguing their voyage to their anchorage in the Aegir Rise. They arrived there with no issue, and they remained anchored there for 462 days with no mention of any major events.

At 12:15 on the 462nd day out of port, Commodore Stewart logged that a technical malfunction had developed in the S1 containment chamber & Leftenant Blythe had suggested stripping parts from it to insure the continued function of the remaining chambers. The Commodore logs that the argument was lively, and it was ultimately decided that scavenging parts was the only solution.

This proved to be an adequate solution, for the majority of the remaining logs indicated nothing worth noting.

On the 611th day out of port, the Commodore noted that supplies were running low.

On the 628th day out of port, the log indicates that multiple nuclear detonations were detected. Analysis of the appended seismographic readings suggests that there were in excess of 9,740 independent nuclear detonations within the span of 9 hours, with 29 of them being in the 120-140 megaton range.

The final log entry is a video file recorded on the 631st day.

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