Item #: SCP-4555

Laconic Containment Procedures: Since SCP-4555 is more just a fact of life than it is an anomaly, it is to be reclassed to Explained once civilian technology becomes capable of detecting it. In the meantime all data about it is to be protected as classified data normally would be.

Laconic Description: SCP-4555 denotes a grouping of extra-universal objects consisting of SCP-4555-A through -D and -Ω:

  • SCP-4555-A is a race of super smart aliens from another universe that developed to the point where they became aware of every single fact and aspect of their universe there was, effectively reaching the end of progress itself. They created our universe in the hopes that our species would be able to comprehend new things they couldn't.
  • SCP-4555-B is a device used to communicate all of this.
  • SCP-4555-C is a test chamber universe made by SCP-4555-A for testing universe-creation.
  • SCP-4555-D is a document from another universe's SCP Foundation talking about the possible dangers to multiverse timelines posed by going between universes.
  • SCP-4555-Ω is a hypothetical "final" universe at the end of time that is the end result of information getting passed along from universe to universe, gathering more and more information as the progress of sentience went on. Like an informational snowball effect. This universe is theorized by an O5 member to contain a single entity with the collective knowledge of every universe that came before it; God, in a sense.

Additional Context: SCP-4555 was an entry in the SCP-4000 Contest, where it won 60th place.

SCP-4555's nickname "The Last Last Question" is a reference to a popular science fiction and philosophy story called "The Last Question" written by American author Isaac Asimov in the 1950s.

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