the sun doesnt produce sound
its in the vacuum of space
and superheated plasma tends to incinerate objects before it transmits soundwaves
Date: 01 Aug 2008 15:28
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But it isnt soundwaves. It is RADIOWAVES. they will go through pretty much anything. we do have recordings of the radio energy the sun emits
Could this be used to listen to radio broadcasts from the future? It is something that isn't mentioned as having been tried. It occurred to me that this could be something to look into, as it could be used to find out an enemy's plans before even they do.
Careful, now. It was tested in this way with 808, and the results weren't very good.
True, but that seemed to be somebody intentionally sending back a message to her. I think the potential for the gain outweighs the risk. Things like 727 and the "Gate Guardian Transmission" could be seen in a new light with it. Although, it could be catastrophic if someone decided to use it to broadcast 407 or the original 065 in a misguided attempt to use it as a weapon…
Kind of a clumsy way to decommission an SCP if you ask me. Killed what must have been dozens of hardworking people just so you can knock out some stupid cellphone. Also, how did they turn the radio off without getting within 200 meters of it? Why would researchers do something that stupid in the first place?
Curiosity killed the Scientist, you could say.
You could also say "curiosity killed a whole bunch of scientists, assistants, and janitors, because we wanted to decommission an SCP." I mean, what would be the point of turning it back that far anyways? All you'd hear is static. There'd be no coherent transmission, not in English, not in any language. It just so turned out they heard really freaking loud lethal static.
…. this SCP is sensitive to the Gregorian Calendar?
If a devout Muslim sets it to to 1384, will they hear reports of the assassination of JFK?
I never really realised it before, but this SCP is pretty poorly written. Someone should do a rewrite for clinicality.
FYI: Yet another broken image because it was linked from somewhere other then the page itself.
Please save the image then - the "http://img227.imageshack.us/img227/1777/105mb2yy9.jpg" isn't loading here, and I don't think it's the firewall at work.
There are a few problems with this article that should be addressed. Firstly, the note from Dr. █████ is one of those 'hilarious wacky antics' warnings that break the article's tone, on top of not being hilarious or wacky in any interesting way. The Object Request at the end is just badly written and doesn't entirely fit the tone (would the Foundation ever refer to a rival group as 'The Iranians'?).