SCP-2020
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SCP-2020

일련번호: SCP-2020

등급: 유클리드-엑세퀴(Euclid-exsequi)

특수 격리 절차: SCP-2020은 제17기지에 위치한 4형 인간형 격리실에 격리된다. 4형 인간형 격리실과 연관된 표준 생활 편의 시설 및 표준 예방조치를 준비한다. 영양 보충제 2020-9는 분쇄된 폐지 1.4 킬로그램으로 만들며 매일 공급한다. SCP-2020의 격리실은 이상 행동에 대비해 감시하고, 모든 음성은 기록한다.
SCP-2020 is kept in a Type 4 Humanoid Containment Cell at Site 17. Standard amenities and precautions associated with T4HCC are in place. Dietary Supplement 2020-9, consisting of 1.4 kilograms of used shredded paper, is to be provided daily. SCP-2020's cell is to be monitored for any unusual activity, with all vocalizations transcribed.

SCP-2020의 조직 표본 128 그램은 제17생물 부기지에 보관한다. SCP-2020이나 대상의 생물학적 표본에 접근하려면 SCP-2020을 담당한 연구팀장이 허가해야 한다.
128 grams of tissue samples from SCP-2020 are kept at Subsite-Bio-17. Access to SCP-2020 or its biological samples are to be approved by the head of SCP-2020's research team.

설명: SCP-2020은 신장이 약 2.2m(7'3")에 질량이 약 70kg(150 lbs)인 지적 인간형 개체이다. SCP-2020의 팔다리는 몹시 가늘고 길며, 얼굴 형태는 "그레이 외계인"(문서 사진 참조)를 연상시키고 밝은 녹색을 띈다.
SCP-2020 is a sapient humanoid entity approximately 2.2m (7'3") in height and 70kg (150 lbs) in mass. SCP-2020 possesses unusually long and thin limbs, as well as facial features commonly associated with "grey aliens" (see file photo) and bright green coloration.

SCP-2020의 신체는 기본적으로 골격, 근육, 순환 및 내분비 기능을 수행하는 새로운 형태의 천연 고무로 구성되어있다. SCP-2020의 소화계와 영양요구량은 전적으로 종이와 물로 된 대상의 식습관과 일치한다. SCP-2020은 회수된 이후 성장이나 노화의 조짐을 보이지 않는다. 고무의 단단함과 쉽게 찢어지지 않는 특성 및 지구 생물학과의 차이점은 일반적인 방법론을 유효하지 않게 만들었으며, 이로 인해 SCP-2020의 특성에 관한 추후 실험에 지장을 받고 있다.
SCP-2020's body is composed primarily of a novel form of natural rubber that appears to serve skeletal, muscular, circulatory, and endocrine functions. SCP-2020's digestive system and nutritional requirements are consistent with its diet, which consists entirely of paper and water. SCP-2020 has not shown any signs of growth or aging since recovery. Further study of SCP-2020's biology has been hindered by the rubber's toughness and resistance to tearing, which renders standard methodologies ineffective, as well as its dissimilarity to terrestrial biology.

SCP-2020은 기술적으로 진보한 외계 문명에서 왔다고 주장하지만, 이 문명의 생태와 위치에 대해 질문할 때마다 큰 차이가 나는 주장들을 할 것이다. SCP-2020을 회수할 때의 상황을 볼 때(문서 빌렌킨-로스웰-2020 참조), 그래도 아직 이 연구 방법은 성공할 수 있다고 판단된다.
SCP-2020 claims to originate from a technologically advanced extraterrestrial civilization, but will make wildly different claims regarding the nature and location of this civilization when questioned. Given the circumstances of SCP-2020's recovery (see Document Bilenkin-Roswell-2020), this avenue of research is nonetheless considered viable.

SCP-2020의 행동은 대상이 학습 능력과 상호 작용 욕구를 갖고, 사회적 관습을 부분적으로 이해하는 등 인간과 많은 심리학적 유사점을 공유함을 보인다. 대상은 영어를 유창하게 사용하고 "아티Artie", "바비Bobby"와 "이지Izzy"라는 이름에 반응한다. SCP-2020은 적대적인 행동을 보이지 않았으며 격리에 무관심한 것으로 보인다. SCP-2020은 지속적으로 공상 과학 소설을 작성하려는 욕구와 그 내용에 대한 여러 아이디어에 관해 재단 인원과 대화하려 할 것이다. 지금까지 실제로 글을 작성하지는 못했으며, 이에 대해서는 주제를 정하지 못했다는 이유를 댔다. 자세한 것은 첨부한 기록을 참조하라.
SCP-2020's behavior suggests that it shares many psychological similarities with humans, such as the ability to learn, a desire for interaction, and partial understanding of social norms. It is fluent in English and responds to the names "Artie", "Bobby", and "Izzy". It has not engaged in hostile behavior, and appears indifferent to its own containment. SCP-2020 will frequently attempt to engage personnel in conversations regarding its desire to write science fiction, and numerous ideas it has for science fiction stories. It has thus far failed to produce any actual writing, citing an inability to choose a concept. See attached transcript for details.

부록: 기록 2020-1-ASO에서 발췌됨. SCP-2020은 원하는 주제로 킹 연구원과 대화하도록 허가받았다.
Excerpt from Transcript 2020-1-ASO. SCP-2020 was permitted to speak to Researcher King on any topic it wished.

아냐, 아냐. 잠깐만. 얘들아. 아이디어 하나가 떠올랐어. 더 좋은 아이디어가 말이야. 시설 하나가 있는거야. 과거의 어떤 시점에서 누군가가 만든건데, 종말 이전으로 전세계를 되돌리는 시설인거야. 그니까 뭔가가 지구에다가 커다란 구멍을 뚫어버리고, 시설이 "게임 오버. 계속 하시겠습니까 와이 슬래시 엔" 이런 상황에 놓인 다음에는 그 구멍이 막 마리아나 해구가 되버리는거지. 그 시설은 물리학이랑 기술을 가지고 거의 모든걸 할 수 있으니까. 클리셰지, 안그래? 이게 이야기에 어떻게 맞아들어갈지는 모르겠지만, 그렇지만 그냥 세팅이 될 수는 있잖아, 안그래? 그러니까….
No, no. Wait. Guys. I have an idea. A better idea. There's this facility, right? It was made by someone at some time in the past to, to bring the whole world back from the apocalypse. Like, something could blow a big hole in the Earth, and after the facility went "game over, play again why slash en" that hole could just be the Marianas trench, because the facility can do pretty much anything, with physics and technology, I think. Cliche, right? I don't really know how exactly this fits into a story or anything, but I mean, it could be the setting, I think? I guess I can think…

얘들아. 아이디어 하나가 또 떠올랐어. 전꺼는 잊어버려. 이번거는, 통 안에 든 남자 뇌야. 클리셰지, 안그래? 그렇지만 이 아이디어는 해볼 만한 거야. 좀 돈 교수같은 타입에, 먹히지도 않는 미친 발명품에다가 완전히 말도 안되는 것들이지. 그치만 전부 먹히는 것들이야. 얘들아. 그 남자랑 발명품은 그러니까, 슈퍼영웅 같은거야. 세균투성이 진공, 토, 통 속에 진공 뇌가 있는거야…. 세균이랑. 좀 이상한데. 다른걸 생각해볼게.
Guys. I had another idea. Forget that one. This one, this one is a brain in a jar, that's a guy. Cliche, right? But like, the idea here is that I'd just run with it. Crazy nutty professor type, nutty inventions that don't work, complete nonsense. But it's all working. Guys. That guy and his inventions could be like, a superhero or something. Germy vacuum, the, the vacuum brain in a jar with… germs. That sounds wrong. I'll think of something.

It's okay though, because I just got this awesome idea. There's a wizard, wait for it, from space. A space wizard. Guys. That's not the only part though. He's a cyborg. And he's with five, with five catgirls. And guess what the twist is? That's right. The catgirls? Also cyborgs. And they fight crime. Cliche, right? I mean, but it's not, because they're fighting… space crime. Crime in space. Does that make sense? Guys. The story would be about them being cyborgs and fighting crime.

Actually, no. Because I just got a better idea. Wait. It's an AI, right? An artificial intelligence on a computer. Cliche, right? Well, it makes simulations of the perfect world for that person, and then, and then it eats their brains. Guys. But maybe it's not actually doing that, and I, or I guess the characters, don't know for sure that it's actually doing that because we can't see inside it. But here's a plot twist, though. It then puts a fake brain in them and makes the bodies convince other people to go into the simulation. It's a horror story, or a sci-fi horror story. Science horror story.

Wait. Guys. Here's an idea for you, I just got this idea. There's a time machine, right? And it sends people to the future and then back to the present, and in the future, in the future everyone dies from an asteroid. I mean, not everyone, just enough people that it's like everyone. Cliche, right? Well, the main characters, or I guess it could be the villains, or villain protagonists, they're trying to make sure that future happens. Guys. That's because every time they try to look at another future, that future is even worse because it involves actually everyone dying, except for one time where it's like a "who wants to live forever" deal. I don't know what the actual story is, but I'll think of something.

Okay, wait, but seriously. Better idea. Guys. There's this alien, right? Like they have in the movies, with the green skin and the big black eyes and everything. Cliche, right? But wait. And for whatever reason, I'll think of that later, it really wants to become a science fiction writer, but it can't stop coming up with ideas long enough to do it. And the twist, here's the twist, is that it's talking to some people, and they're from a government agency that already has all of the things it's talking about, and they're all like "how does it know this stuff" and "does it even know that it's all real", right?

Wait. Wait wait wait. Two words, just two words: Laser. Butt. Disease. Wait. Guys. That was actually three. That was three words. This is going to be harder than I thought.