*ITEM #*: SCP-39HU
*OBJECT CLASSIFICATION*: Safe
*SPECIAL CONTAINMENT PROCEDURES*: As SCP-39HU has not shown any inherently dangerous abilities and generally is eager to work with Foundation researchers, the subject presently only requires minimal containment procedures and is housed in a standard humanoid containment cell. Requests for additional furnishings or recreational material made by SCP-39HU may be granted so long as they do not breach security protocols.
Inquiries by SCP-39HU about confidential data requiring security clearance up to Level 2 may be accepted so long as they are strictly related to the search for SCP-40HU and are approved by local Site Administration.
To maintain a cooperative atmosphere, SCP-39HU should be referred to as "Miss Usami" during direct interaction.
*DESCRIPTION*: SCP-39HU is a young woman which apparently has been subjected to temporal dislocation after attempting to reach [REDACTED] by passing through an anomalous Torii inside a Kyoto shrine complex. Based on information and documents provided by SCP-39HU, the subject is 21 years old, was born in Tokyo in 20___, and studied physics with a focus on string theory at Kyoto University when it was transported to the present time.
While the subject's act of accidental time travel can neither be confirmed nor denied beyond absolute doubt, the description of the future world given by SCP-39HU closely resembles predictions about political, ecological, and technological developments made in long-term scenarios by Foundation analysts. Given its academic activity, SCP-39HU also has an understanding of physical science that goes well above and beyond current standards. Collaboration between SCP-39HU and Foundation researchers to implement data and methodology known to the subject into the existing scientific canon is still ongoing, but already has led to a number of remarkable breakthroughs in quantum mechanics and other fields.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.