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Item #: SCP-001

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: Projections for global population figures are to be modified so that they match both the current and historically observed values, and are to be altered by Foundation assets where appropriate to ensure this remains the case.

Due to the impossibilities of such large scale containment, instances of SCP-001-1 are allowed to maintain their current positions in public life until such time that removal becomes necessary.

Description: SCP-001 is a recurring phenomenon in which large numbers of humans spontaneously manifest in locations across the Earth. These additional humans have been designated SCP-001-1. Current estimates suggest that over 700 million instances of SCP-001-1 currently live on Earth as a result. Each SCP-001 event is also accompanied by a CK-class restructuring scenario, causing each of the newly arrived SCP-001-1 instances to be seamlessly integrated into society.

SCP-001-1 instances appear biologically human and generally unremarkable, with two minor exceptions; the Hume field of each instance has a small fluctuation, and each instance shows evidence of memory alterations.

Additionally, statistical modelling shows that following each SCP-001 event the rate of global anomalous activity spikes above baseline for an extended period. The cause of this is unknown, but is currently assumed to be the result of the CK-class restructuring scenario that occurs as a part of each SCP-001 event.

While no direct cause or origin of SCP-001 has been determined, a number of theories exist; please contact the Senior Research assigned to SCP-001 for more information.

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Looks like I'm not the only person to go digging through this stuff. I've found evidence of people before me following the same path, but each of them seems to have suddenly disappeared. Must be getting close to something.

I found a trashed version of the file on an old hard drive I pulled out of archives. It's pretty messed up though - digitally redacted and then deleted. Someone really didn't want people seeing this stuff. Still, might be some usable information here.

- Jack

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