rating: +3+x

Item #: SCP-CN-1080

Object Class: Safe Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: The object is currently stored in a large safe in Site-CN-██, and in order to protect it the safe should measure 3 m x 3 m x 3 m and be made of two layers of martensitic stainless steel. The object should be attached to the top of the safe to prevent unexpected influence, and four guards with Level 2 clearance or higher shall be stationed around the storage unit. Usage of the object requires approval from one member of personnel with Level 4 or higher clearance; when not in use, the object shall remain sealed in storage. Any personnel who attempt to use the object or open the safe without proper authorization will be dealt with swiftly.

Description: SCP-CN-1080 is a 1.2 m deep copper bell with a bottom opening measuring 1 m. The inscription on the outside of the bell is illegible due to severe damage and oxidation; there is no way to restore the bell. The inscribed text on the bell has been deciphered, and indicates that the object is inextricably linked to its interference with the flow of time1. The object's anomalous properties manifest when a force of 300 N or higher acts on the object, at which point the object applying source of2 the force will be sent to the past. If it is not consumed or destroyed, the object will reappear after a period of time at the location where it disappeared. The time difference and duration of this temporal translocation is proportional to the force applied to the object. Experiment CN-1080-b shows that this object somehow prevents time paradoxes related to it. Currently, there is no way to destroy the object.

Testing shows that some lifeforms retain their memories prior to the change in time, and can ignore the anomalous properties of the object. These lifeforms do not have any biological similarities, and therefore cannot be biologically classified; they are tentatively known as Lifeform-1080s.

Recovery Log: The object was first discovered in the ruins of [DATA EXPUNGED] Temple by a team of archaeologists led by [DATA EXPUNGED]. Due to the rigorous nature of archaeological work, the object's anomalous effects were not activated during this period. However, while the object was on exhibit at the [DATA EXPUNGED] museum, a cleaner accidentally struck the object, and disappeared for 2-3 seconds before reappearing at his original location. This phenomenon caught the attention of Foundation monitoring staff, and the nearest site was notified. █ days later, MTF-辛午-01 ("Border Patrol") successfully brought the object into containment, and all non-Foundation personnel in contact with the item were administered Class-B amnestics.

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