SCP-354: The Red Pool
SCP-354 is a pool of red liquid located in northern Canada. The liquid is similar in consistency to human blood but is non-biological in nature. The density of the liquid increases proportionally with depth. Periodically, entities emerge from the pool and attempt to escape from the enclosure. Thusfar, nearly all creatures emerging from SCP-354 have been extremely hostile and highly dangerous. A log of entities which have emerged from SCP-354 can be found on the main article. One attempt at exploring the pool has been made. A log of the exploration can be found here.
READ THE LOG OF THE CREATURES THAT CAME OUT OF IT HOLY SHIT
OKAY. OKAY, THAT’S CREEPY. IT SOUNDS LIKE A FREAKING HORROR STORY AND IF YOU READ THE INTERVIEW WITH THE GUY AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE IT REALLY SEEMS LIKE A HORROR STORY.
say what you want but i would really want to go there someday
Oh man, love SCP Foundation. Some seriously good stuff on that site.
I’m interrupting my own #apad (A Photo A Day) feed on this blog in order for it to be redirected to a dedicated site, http://projects2013.tumblr.com/.
Now you can follow along on my (mis)adventures in photography and daily shenanigans in one place—if you’re into that. #itsartdad
Or, you can stay tuned to this original, tightly kerned blog, where I’ll continue to wade into the murky depths of vague topics including design, music, film, culture, Charlotte, and other things IRL.
Video Game Stuff of the Day: Anita Sarkeesian’s Tropes vs. Women in Video Games (Part II)
Yesterday, Anita Sarkeesian unveiled the second episode of her Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games series, which analyzes a variety of tropes that are perceived as sexist in video games. And as it was the case with the premiere of the “pilot episode, the feminist author’s second vlog post was immediately challenged by her detractors who managed to temporarily take down the video by abusing the “flag as inappropriate” button before it was restored shortly thereafter.
Brilliant analytical take on violence against women as portrayed in misogynistic video games by feminist media critic, Anita Sarkeesian. It should be noted that I am both a feminist and an avid video game enthusiast and player. Regardless, this video series is extremely educational and thorough and I highly recommend it
if when you should have some time.