RPC-155

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Registered Phenomena Code: 155

Object Class: Neutralized

Hazard Types: N/A

Containment Protocols: Due to the fact RPC-155 is neutralized as of ██/██/1969, no containment protocols are nessesary.

Description: RPC-155 was a phenomenon affecting the Cuyahoga River until 1969. RPC-155 occurred at random intervals in time, and in any sector of the Cuyahoga river. RPC-155 caused any type of waste found in the River to combust, this fire caused by RPC-155 produced high amounts of sulfur1. Any waste caught in the fire of RPC-155 would bubble and develop a thick layer of detritus, held by the sulfur produced by RPC-155. Any waste past this transformation was hereby designated RPC-155-A. It should be noted that RPC-155-A would stay on fire until terminated.

RPC-155-A was completely sentient, and able to move as a homogeneus mass. After aprox. 2 minutes, RPC-155-A would develop a humanoid form and a mouth, which could greatly extend itself. RPC-155-A was capable of locomotion, and would try to swim out of the Cuyahoga River. RPC-155-A was hostile to any type of organic material2. RPC-155-A would consume the organic materials using its large mouth.

RPC-155 was neutralized after a proposal for a "Clean Water Act" was approved between Global Directors and the US Federal Government. It was proposed that water pollution in the US should be decreased to help containment of RPC-1553. RPC-155 stopped manifesting 2 months after the Clean Water Act procedures were deployed.

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