Alucard, post schrodinger, just to bust the ponies out of the facility, then send Gigan (final wars varient), destroyah, and godzilla on the site afterwords. If that doesnt work, ill be happy to tell you of my own universe i created, which i think is more than sufficient to get the job done
Nothing I can say that this^ doesn't say, but in summary, it's a fictional organization that secretly seeks out and contains anomalous objects, entities, and phenomena. It then works to better understand them and, if necessary, protect the rest of mankind from them (or ponykind, if you're crossing it over with MLP).
Even so, some of the entries on the site are quite interesting; SCP objects can range from terrifying to hilarious. Here's a list of the top-rated ones, if you're interested (on the individual SCPs' pages, you may want to skip to the "description" section to see what the subject actually is and does): scp-wiki.wikidot.com/top-rated…
Octavia, "Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me. Celestia save me."
SCP Technician: "Dammit, GET A MEDIC IN HERE NOW! She's dying, and if that...walking Sun they call a Princess discovers her like this, she'll think WE did this! Move it, save her or this 'Celestia' will kill everyone on Earth!"
People seem to have failed to notice that she is not a full-fledged SCP in her own right.
She is the 'product' of an SCP. Her 'Parent' SCP's designation number has been redacted (though, this obviously wouldn't actually be done, because no one would know which protocols to follow for her, but I digress..) and there is a separate number above and to the right of her.
That would make her designation SCP-_____-212.
Who knows how she came to be, from what, or what danger she may pose? She may have been just found in the condition she is in, or she is starving herself- or any number of things. SCP-_____ may be a portal to Equestria and she's the 212th pony to stumble out. Who knows? Also, my guess, considering the lack of perspective we have available, that this isn't a picture of her inside the containment unit, but rather a picture of a monitor, and she is actually housed inside a proper containment unit for her threat level.
A cliche goes that "Knowledge is power". With some SCPs, knowledge is DEATH. The Foundation exists to preserve humanity- if that means to keep it safe from itself, so be it. Smaller sacrifices must be made to protect the bigger picture.
Would you want the Reptile to be released just because of some half-cocked idea about "fairness"? I wouldn't.
I'm kind of boycotting youtube right now (their comment change bs) but I will assume those are videos testifying to the fact that people have misused the concept of sacrifice for unjust reasons. When that happens, it is not truly for the greater good, is it? The misuse of power, or information is not at the fault of power or information- but of those who misuse these things.
There is a difference between just sacrifice for a true greater good and the abuse of power for personal gain. The Foundation operates under the principals of the former, not the latter.
The foundation does what is necessary, no more. There are often good reasons why people should not know about these things. In some cases, like SCP-370 and SCP-1055, the act of simply knowing about it makes it extremely dangerous. In most cases, however having more people meddling around with what they do would cause a plethora of bad problems for everyone. It is not necessary for public to know of lethal tar-like protozoa based monsters, a mass transit ticket that drags away from reality to who knows where, and invisible creatures that hunt by making you too exhausted too fight back, just name a few. Also, it's been heavily implied, and even outright stated that humanity wouldn't be nearly as advanced as they are now if not for the foundation.
I doubt the Changelings would be very likely, or even able, Foundation members... They are a hive mind, at the mercy of their Queen. Not to mention they feed on LOVE, something that few Skips are capable of or even aware of.
Also, if The Foundation existed in Equestria they'd probably have grabbed up that statue of Discord pretty quick, lol- and that'd be just for starters.
The majority of the objects in their possession are dangerous in one way or another, and their organization's existence being known would make it much harder for them to contain said dangerous entities.
They did do research to reverse-engineer some of the safer SCPs into tools and products that could benefit society, but most of the stuff are just too mind-breaking and unspeakably horrible to be used or known.
And honestly, you want people to know there are airplanes that somehow inexplicably has a door to a hell-dimension? Or that there's a Soviet submarine carrying something that horrified even bio-weapon researchers? Or that there's a guy whose movements could bring killer asteroids crashing to Earth? Or that a STAR that HATES us is moving in our direction (in-universe) sprouting nearly-undecipherable messages of hate at Humanity all the while? (And that's some of the least disturbing entries)
Well, then again, Tigers exists in the same context as Humans, and they can bleed, therefore they can be killed, and were killed, regardless of era. SCP Foundation, in-universe, deals with things that are OUTSIDE context by a wide margin, like a virtually unkillable, intelligent, instinctively-omnicidal, alligator-like monster from another reality (SCP Foundation's most well-known entry).
The point is that you shouldn't underestimate the human mind's ability to adapt.
There's a reason there's a cap for the number of sanity points in the cuthulu games that a character can lose being exposed to the same horror.
As a TVtroper put it.
"However, people learn and can get used to anything in time, if they don't die first. If Eldritch Abominations were on every street corner, their conceptions of natural law would stretch to accommodate them. A lone mile-high soul-consuming monstrosity would be cause for worldwide pandemonium. If there were ten thousand such, descending from the cold stars on umbral wings every new moon to ravage the Earth, then that would just be an average-joe usual fact of life. People wouldn't like the oversized locusts, but they would not GoMadFromTheRevelation. For this reason, mostly only creatures which people rarely meet, and survive to tell the tale, work as the most terrifying and unknowable of Eldritch Abominations. What qualifies can also depend on who is looking."