SCP-COLLEGE

Containment Procedures:

SCP-COLLEGE-A is to be kept covered at all times when experimentation is not in process. Experimentation is ongoing (see Experimental Log COLLEGE-A-1) and requires O3 approval.

To minimize instances of SCP-COLLEGE-3 escape, SCP-COLLEGE-A is to be fed a continuous stream of hard plastic polymers. All instances of SCP-COLLEGE-1 are to be contained as before. All CBG Compacting Solutions will be detained for questioning until further notice.

In the event that SCP-COLLEGE-A remains uncovered for more than ten minutes, the room in which SCP-COLLEGE is contained must be sealed with a Class B airtight sealant.

Instances of SCP-COLLEGE-1 are to be housed inverted over at least 6 miles of Class-B Penetrable Cushioning Material, with medical staff on-duty nearby to assist any surviving instances of SCP-COLLEGE-2. Dr. E has computed that any instances of SCP-COLLEGE-2 which have not reached lethal velocities will not die with this amount of cushioning. (See Instructions for Creation of Class-B Penetrable Cushioning Material).

Due to lethal vacuum conditions experienced by all recent instances of SCP-COLLEGE-2, all new instances of SCP-COLLEGE-2 are classified as SCP-COLLEGE-3.

EDIT: Due to SCP-COLLEGE-3, flooring for the containment room of SCP-COLLEGE must cover a complete grid of open SCP-COLLEGE-1. Research into how SCP-COLLEGE-3 might be used for power generation is ongoing.

After interview by medical staff, new instances of SCP-COLLEGE-2 are to be administered Class-B amnestics and, if signs of trauma persist, Class-A amnestics.

NOTE: To avoid a [redacted]-Class Scenario, insertion of butter and similar substances in SCP-COLLEGE-A is strictly prohibited until further information can be gleaned about possible effects.

Input of SCP-447 is clearly prohibited.

Description:
SCP-COLLEGE-1 are a line of cubical back-strapping receptacles produced by CBG Compacting Solutions in 2000 for purposes currently unknown. When the first instance of SCP-COLLEGE-1 was discovered by an SCP agent working undercover in Silicon Valley, it was immediately taken into SCP custody, along with the seller. The seller initially feigned ignorance of the anomalous nature of SCP-COLLEGE-1 but later refused to share the source of the product. 29 other instances were contained from flea markets throughout the Atlantic Coast, with similar denial of source. Eventually, one agent noticed the label on the backpacks. (Seriously, guys, learn to think of the obvious. Not everybody's hiding secrets.) Realizing the company was registered with the Better Business Bureau, SCP-COLLEGE was quickly tracked down and contained, with appropriate compensation (stop calling it "hush money"!) provided to all parties involved.

So far, 80 instances of SCP-COLLEGE-2 have been were recovered from SCP-COLLEGE.

SCP-COLLEGE, termed by its operators (creator unknown) "Space maker," consists of two parts, termed SCP-COLLEGE-A and SCP-COLLEGE-B.

SCP-COLLEGE-A on shallow observation appears as an input valve made of hollow steel. It seems to accept most polymer substances commonly used in backpacks.

SCP-COLLEGE-B is attached to SCP-COLLEGE-A by means of a three-way tube. Attempts to determine the source of the third direction of tubing have proven futile. (See Experimental Log COLLEGE-SRC-1). Under no circumstances is this tube to be breached.

SCP-COLLEGE-B is a cubical 2'' mold, and appears to be the output valve of SCP-COLLEGE.

When in operation, SCP-COLLEGE-B will initially fill with whatever substances is inserted into SCP-COLLEGE-A. Space is then transferred into the substance from an unknown source. Scans have not revealed any change to the cube of substance in the mold; however, on removal, the new instance of SCP-COLLEGE-1 appears to strap onto a back comfortably. Any object placed int SCP-COLLEGE-1 will not affect its apparent weight.

When opened, SCP-COLLEGE-1 appears to house a rounded space with diameter initially equal to that of a typical human arm. On initial opening, the material lining the structure expands due an the influx of air from surroundings. It seems that this can be reversed by use of a vacuum pump, however, most users are not aware of this solution when an item is lost in SCP-COLLEGE-1 and end up bending into the bag. In 85% of cases, this immediately results in a fall, with the victim (now termed SCP-COLLEGE- 2 3) breaching the fabric of the bag and falling into an abyss. The abyss seems to have as many openings as there are instances of SCP-COLLEGE-1. Dropped from zero velocity, objects which fall into these tears pass through the containment room again after 9 hours with a velocity of 150 km/s, suggesting the significant presence of atmosphere 318.168 km/s in, at last testing, 98% of cases. In the other 2% of cases, the object will appear after another multiple of 9 hours, with a corresponding increase in velocity. This appears to be the result of a uniform gravitational field in the abyss.

NOTE: In 2007, the first known instance of SCP-COLLEGE-3 caused multiple containment breaches at site 14. SCP-COLLEGE-3 appear to have been deliberately placed in a motion loop by overlapping the entrances of two instances of SCP-COLLEGE-1. However, due to unknown and possibly chaotic forces, objects in the loop eventually escape with speed exceeding 9,000 km/s.

Any instances of SCP-COLLEGE-1 discovered outside of Foundation custody must be reported to Dr. E immediately, along with circumstances of discovery. According to Dr. E's calculations, there are 3 such instances outside of Foundation custody Any information relating to the manufacture of further instances of SCP-COLLEGE is to be reported to Dr. F. Dr. E. has been demoted to D-class Keter duty.

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