Research Paper Tone

[Name of the subject at hand or title, e.g: "The Effects of ACS Distortion on Animal Biology" or a codename for the experiment/operation e. g: CODENAME: CHEESE]


[Name of the researchers working on this]
[The branch(es) of research from where they are working from.]
[Date goes here: 12th of June, 2010]


ABSTRACT

[Short explanation of the whole article and what it is about. Basically talking about what you gonna do, and where ar eyou trying to get at, a hypothesis if you may.]

Keywords: [Key words and terms for the article]


INTRODUCTION

[Explain what is it that you are researching. The topic or object and such.]


MATERIALS AND METHODS

[Explain what, why, and how are you gonna study, e. g: "We will put different animals on low ACS zones to prove prolonged effects causes liver failure on females."]

[Subheaders for each test or study.]:

[Explanation and process of what the test is about, steps you took.]

[Results:]

[Explain the results for said experiment, and what you thought happened, why it happened, or why it didn't happen, or if something different happened.]


RESULTS

[Present the final results and observations from the compiled tests and metrics you made. Use tables and images if possible.]

.1 Metric name More metric name
Object in question Metric Value More Metric Value
Object in question Metric Value More Metric Value

Subheader Explaining the Above and More

[Discuss and explain the results, more words than images, give some thought food too.]


DISCUSSION:

[Discuss the results here, what do they mean in the grand scheme of things, or what do they mean regarding your initial hypothesis. Can also be different researcher discussing and going back and forth on theories.]

Tips to using this format:

  • Be very clinical when you work and don't use words like "don't" use "do not" and such
  • Use a loot of footnotes and bibliography (check ACS Dreamscape for an example on the latter)
  • Try to use or make up scientific terms, or look real ones up and try to apply them to the anomaly

Alternative Format for Recent Discoveries:2

[Name of the recently discovered event or object, e.g: "Temporally Anomalous Event in Ohio" or "New Anomalous Animal Spotted in Australia"]


[Name of the researchers working on this, or that discovered it.]
[The branch of research from where they are working from.]
[Where they found it, and when.]


DISCOVERY

[Short description of what the fuck you just discovered. What it looks like, what have you seen it do, what do you think it could do and whatever info you can gather from basic analysis alongside how and where you found it.]


BACKGROUND

[Was this anomaly seen before? Are there records of it anywhere? is it related to any region or culture in particular, e. g: A creature from Slavic mythology. Any pictures of records you can find or old documents too.]


PRELIMINARY MEASURES

[You found it, now what? Put here a rough draft of a containment, multiple suggestions into how to act with the anomaly, or in the case of an event, how to deal with the fallout. Use subheaders for each.]


ASSET VALUE

[Does the thing you found have any value, where it be scientific, economical, religious, political, and why as well as how to use it for such with multiple suggestions and subheaders. Or in the case it is the opposite of a value, how to deal with it in a similar format.]


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

[Everything else regarding the anomaly that does not fit on the previous sections such as interview logs, exploration or encounter logs, and current operations rearding the anomaly.]

Tips for this format/tone:

  • You don't wanna go to much on tangents or use any type or purple prose, this is meant to deliver information quicly to someone who needs it.
  • As before, keep it clinical.
  • You don't need to call it an RPC yet, just an event, anomaly, object, or animal.

To know how to edit the page visually as seen above, refer to the following link:

http://rpcauthority.wikidot.com/component:research-style

It contains all the visual CSS you may need for this formatting

Raw Format for Both:

Research Paper:

[[module css]]
import url(http://rpcauthority.wikidot.com/component:research-style/code/1);
[[/module]]

[[div class="research-paper"]]
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[[/=]]
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[Name of the researchers working on this]
[The branch(es) of research from where they are working from.]
[Date goes here: 12th of June, 2010]
[[/=]]
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**ABSTRACT**
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**INTRODUCTION**
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**MATERIALS AND METHODS**
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**RESULTS**
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**DISCUSSION:**
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[[/div]]

Recent Discoveries:

[[div class="research-paper"]]
[[=]]
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[[/=]]
[[=]]
[Name of the researchers working on this, or that discovered it.]
[The branch of research from where they are working from.]
[Where they found it, and when.]
[[/=]]
[[=]]
**DISCOVERY**
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**BACKGROUND**
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**PRELIMINARY MEASURES**
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**ASSET VALUE**
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**ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:**
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