RPC-806

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RPC-806

Registered Phenomena Code: 806

Object Class: Alpha-Yellow

Hazard Types: Self-Replicating Hazard, Bio-Hazard, Contact Hazard, Radiation Hazard, Toxic Hazard

Containment Protocols: As part of an international agreement with the United Nations Anomalous Activities Committee, along with administrative orders from the Global Directors, relocation of RPC-806 is to take place every two months. Security and transportation of RPC-806 is to be selectively handled by Mobile Strike Team Delta-072 ("The Keepers"). Additionally, any persons attempting to access this file must seek authorization from GD-██. (See Addendum 806.01)

RPC-806 is to be contained in a lead-lined storage container to prevent the bio-aerosols from spreading out. Personnel attempting to remove RPC-806 from its container without authorization will be detained immediately and removed from the containment chamber. RPC-806-A instances are to be immediately transferred to Site-051 in Groom Lake, Nevada as a stockpile facility for any usage of RPC-806 as a resource material. This stockpile facility is to be off limits to any personnel below Level 4 access.

Personnel authorized to enter the containment chamber of RPC-806 are to be equipped with a Level B hazardous material (Haz-Mat) suit to prevent the inhalation of bio-aerosols, and being affected by RPC-806 through physical contact. Decontamination stations are to be installed outside of the chamber to sterilize and remove any bio-aerosols that originate from RPC-806.

In the event that RPC-806's current whereabouts have been discovered, or in the event of a containment breach, Protocol Exodus is to be initiated and RPC-806 is to be evacuated to a designated secure off-site location.

Description: RPC-806 is a deposited uranium ore, that weighs 70 kilograms and is 60 centimeters tall in diameter and appears to distinctly have green luminescent crystals that biologically grew on the top. RPC-806 releases bio-aerosols until the saturation density of such aerosols in the space around it becomes 0.72kg/m3. This only occurs when a subject enters within a distance of seven-meters from the object.

Close observation on these bio-aerosols has revealed that upon inhalation, the respiratory organs, specifically the lungs, will mutate and convert into enriched uranium (henceforth designated as RPC-806-A) in various sizes and amounts. During the initial process, subjects will begin to experience chest pain and loss of oxygen production before collapsing onto the floor, and forcibly regurgitate RPC-806-A. However, due to the variation in size and volume among RPC-806-A instances, subjects will most likely expire before any such instances of RPC-806-A have exited the body.

RPC-806-A instances expelled from infected subjects have not demonstrated any forms of anomalous properties, except emitting low-frequency of gamma radiation. However, further analysis has shown that RPC-806-A instances appear to be more atomically active than a unit of enriched uranium when it absorbs a neutron that causes nuclear fission and releases a nuclear chain reaction that results in an unstable precedent level explosion if not stabilized.1 (See Addendum 806.02)

Additionally, any experiments that involve RPC-806 require approval from the Global Directors. A representative from the Human Resources Department is also required to be present as a supervisor for any ongoing tests as to ensure that onsite personnel do not abuse, nor create more RPC-806-A instances.

Requisition: In 1976, President Gerald Ford signed an executive order that approved a classified military research project on nuclear warheads, which led to the formation of Project Protection, and was headed by the Energy Research and Development Administration (ERDA). Originally, the ERDA had allocated multiple research facilities across the United States to acquire sources of uranium to further increase the country's warhead stockpile.

During a mining excavation in ████████, New Jersey, a worker was reported to have fallen ill and was pronounced deceased during excavating operations. This incident lead to the discovery of RPC-806 by the U.S Government. RPC-806 was subsequently mined and transferred to a U.S Army Biochemical Research Facility for analyzation. While the U.S Government kept its existence hidden, it was not until in 19██ that an embedded operative reported the U.S Government's possession of an anomaly while assigned to the facility.

When the Authority requested to turn over RPC-806, the U.S Government adamantly refused to transfer over RPC-806 to Authority custody, which lead to condemnation by the United Nations Anomalous Activities Committee for the U.S Government's regulatory violations of the International Anomalous Accords. Fortunately, President George H.W Bush agreed to transfer the custody of RPC-806 and dissolving Project Protection. This was because of recent events of the signing of the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START I) in 1991, where they agreed to reduce their nuclear arsenal with the cooperation of the USSR.

Addendum 806.01: Authority Intelligence Report-A10263

Following the requisition of RPC-806 from the U.S Government, there were security concerns among the Administrative Department that possible hostile forces could potentially breach and capture RPC-806 for their own purposes or interests in the development of warheads and unknown agenda that could increase the threat towards the Authority and the civilian populace.

Due to the importance of RPC-806 and the threat it may pose towards international and nuclear security, the Global Directors have implemented security protocols to ensure information surrounding RPC-806 is restricted to only a handful of personnel and established of Mobile Strike Team Delta-072 ("The Keepers").

Addendum 806.02: Observation Report on RPC-806

Foreword: Global Director-██ authorized Dr. ██████'s request to conduct an observational experiment onto the atomic properties that RPC-806-A exhibits. This to observe if RPC-806-A presents any hazard towards Authority personnel when using RPC-806-A has a nuclear energy source.

Note: The observational center was located thirty miles away from the testing ground as an extra precaution in the event that RPC-806-A causes a nuclear chain reaction that may result in a nuclear meltdown.

Addendum 806.03: Administrative Memorandum

Foreword: Internally, Head Departments and Site Directors worldwide had requested the use of RPC-806-A instances for the benefit of their Site operations and scientific research— but, following this fundamental highlight that has been raised by senior officials, the Global Directors has implemented policies regarding the use of RPC-806-A instances and placed restrictions to prevent unauthorized removal.

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