Morals, Undefined



Registered Phenomena Code: XXX

Object Class: Alpha-Yellow

Hazards: Ideological Hazard. Visual Hazard.

Containment Protocols: RPC-XXX is permanently stored within a specialized containment unit.
Specifications of the specialized containment unit are:

  • 5x5x5 meter cube
  • A single wall being composed of ALON Optical Ceramic for observation.
  • A single pedestal to support RPC-XXX

Personnel other than Class-D are restricted from entering the containment unit. Any restricted personnel attempting entry, or exiting from, the containment unit are liable for termination. RPC-XXX-1 entities are to be terminated as soon as testing is finished.

Description: RPC-XXX is the designation given to a 59 page thesis from "The University of ██████████████" about morality within modern society. The thesis itself abides by APA formatting, and was created by a student named "John █████", who has been interviewed and found to have no knowledge on the effects of RPC-XXX.

Subjects who read more than a total of 4 pages begin the process of become RPC-XXX-1 entities. Reading of RPC-XXX is self motivated, with no seeming attraction from the RPC itself. RPC-XXX has a slight lure for subjects to encourage reading. Luring only effects subjects within 5 meters of RPC-XXX.

RPC-XXX-1 entities believe in the opposites of their previous morals. RPC-XXX-1 entities go out of their way to do activities that would violate their previous morals (See Test Log).

The process of creation of RPC-XXX-1 is categorized in 4 stages.

Stage 1) Contact and reading of RPC-XXX. Subjects report feeling the same as when they entered.
Stage 2) 2.5 hours after contact, Subjects begin taking interest in things that seem morally questionable before contact.
Stage 3) 10 hours after contact, Subjects begin to actively seek out to go against their previous morals.
Stage 4) 24 hours after contact, Subjects believe in total opposites of their before-contact counterparts.


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