Sekai wo Ooi ni Moriageru Tame no Suzumiya Haruhi no Dan / Save The World by Overloading it with Fun Haruhi Suzumiya Brigade

Koizumi's Kyon Analysis

Though Haruhi's power is indeed fantastic, we understand how it works to a large extent. If not for our reasons to observe Haruhi, than the existence and presence of myself, Nagato and Asahina can be explained by Haruhi's desire for us to exist.

In short, we understand why we have been asked (sometimes by force) to join the SOS Brigade. The one we do not understand is Kyon. What reason did Haruhi have to ask a normal human with no special abilities to join the Brigade?

Though this remains a mystery, I believe that Kyon is the key. The key can have no significance itself, but will activate something of significance in the future. In other words, Haruhi chose him for a reason. We simply don't understand why that is yet.

As for his awareness of our powers, I believe it to be necessary in regulating Haruhi. I do not know why Nagato and Asahina revealed their identities to him, I would assume they believe he can be of some assistance to them, but he is very convenient to me personally, as he can have a significant impact on Haruhi's mood and actions. If he can prevent Haruhi from becoming upset, and he can, then less closed spaces will open, and I have less celestials to hunt. The risk that the earth will be destroyed is decreased. In this way, Kyon's ability is beyond any of ours for whatever reason.

Kyon's Haruhi Analysis

Haruhi isn't God, and she isn't the potential for evolution or whatever. Honestly, I don't know what she is. She's more than a classmate or an ordinary person, that much is for sure, but she's human.

All I know is that she definitely has a power that allows her to change the world around her. If she asks Mikuru to start shooting miniature black holes from her eyes, than you'd better hope Mikuru isn't looking at you. If Haruhi wishes that cats could talk, you're about to have a philosophical discussion with a calico. If Haruhi wants to win a baseball game, than you'd better make sure she wins or there will be a closed-space to deal with soon enough.

I know this is hard to believe, I thought it was a joke at first myself, but I have witnessed too much proof to deny it. I've entered Koizumi's closed-spaces with him and seen his celestials. I've seen Nagato battle and destroy the other alien Asakura. I've even traveled three years in the past with Mikuru. I have no doubt that these people are who they say they are, no matter how insane it sounds.

All I know is I wish Haruhi wasn't so aggressive. I don't mind tagging along with the Brigade occasionally (I admit that sometimes I enjoy seeing those four's powers in action), but how did I ever get so involved in all this? Whenever Haruhi comes up with a new insane idea, like blackmailing the computer club or entering a baseball tournament, Nagato doesn't say anything, Mikuru is too shy to stand up to her, and Koizumi just goes along with her, leaving me to take care of the situation. Just leave me alone, Haruhi. I don't want any part in your outrageous schemes. I never asked to join your ridiculous Brigade.

Asahina's Haruhi Analysis

I'm sorry, but I can only provide you with a limited amount of information. Your knowledge of certain classified facts we are aware of in the future could change your present, which is our past.

In a time plate that is in the future from your current time, we discovered that there was a barrier in the time plates three years in the past from your current time plate. No matter how hard we tried, we could not travel back in time past that point, nor could we break the barrier there. After some investigation, we found that the source of the barrier was a girl named Haruhi Suzumiya. I was then sent back to your current time to monitor Haruhi. The fact that it was possible to block off the time plates, let alone that an ordinary highschooler such as her was capable of it, was important information, and she may need to be prevented from creating further barriers. It is, hypathetically, possible that this is not the only barrier she has built, and that there are others farther in the past.

For now, all I can say on the nature of haruhi's powers is that my organization in the future is in somewhat of a disagreement with Koizumi's agency. It's not to say that he is entirely wrong, but we do not necessarily agree with him. We believe that the world has always existed the way it currently does, and Haruhi has only altered it. We do not think she has the ability to alter the core essence of the world or the ability to destroy it, only the ability to make more minor alterations. However, her spastic personality still makes her dangerous. She will sometimes need to be held in check. Further information is classified.

Nagato's Haruhi Analysis

Long before humans evolved, another intelligent race composed of data existed in the universe. The evolution of data was split into many evolutionary paths, some of which were simple beings that grew by consuming the data of less powerful entities. Other races, such as my own, evolved to an intelligence above that of any other race we have discovered at time of writing. Ever since it had evolved to a state of awareness and intelligence, the Data Integration Thought Entity (AKA Data Overmind) believed that it's evolution would be infinite, and that our data processing speed and accuracy would go on increasing forever until the universe became destroyed. But this was not true. Our evolution ceased, and it seemed we had reached out limit. After a certain level of evolution, our data processing was interfered with by other elements of our increasingly complicated beings, thus the development of our processing abilities would be negated by our increasingly complex data forever. We were incapable of evolving any further than we already had, and so we began to search for external sources of data that might help us.

Three years ago, on the planet earth, the Data Integration Thought Entity found a race of intelligent creatures that was not unique among the races we had so far discovered. However, there was one being in particular that was. The human named Haruhi Suzumiya was the source of a massive spike of data, far greater than any other beings we found were capable of creating. After large amounts of her data had been translated, we found that it was all gibberish. Complete garbage data with no reason or purpose. Still, Suzumiya was a being of great interest for the thought entity. We were amazed that she was capable of creating a massive amount of data, far more than she was capable of processing in her lifetime, from nothing, an ability the Data Integration Thought Entity did not have. We could not create data, but only alter that which already exists. Suzumiya was a potential key for the possibility of autoevolution. If we examined her ability to create data, it could be the key to our own evolution.

It was at this time, three years ago, that I was created and sent to earth to monitor Haruhi Suzumiya. The Data Integration Thought Entity had no physical form, and so one would have to be created in order to interact with Suzumiya. I was one of these beings, one of many human interfaces created by the Data Integration Thought Entity to monitor Haruhi Suzumiya.

After three years of remotely monitoring her, Suzumiya entered highschool. I enrolled in the same school, and joined the Literary Club, which had no members at the time. Suzumiya later unofficially occupied that room for the SOS Brigade, an unofficial club she initiated to find paranormal activity or any other occurrences that might interest her. I did not decline membership in the club, and Suzumiya soon forced the time traveler Mikuru Asahina, the ESPer Itsuki Koizumi and the ordinary human Kyon to join as well.

The orders of the Data Integration Thought Entity were to observe Suzumiya but to not significantly affect her output of data. However, there were interfaces that had other ideas, and it can be difficult for data entities to understand the concept of death in organic lifeforms. An interface going by the name of Ryoko Asakura wanted to kill the human Kyon and observe Suzumiya's reaction and the change in her output of data. Since this would be against the orders of the Data Integration Thought Entity, I overran Asakura's defensive data and deleted her. I do not plan to interfere with any future human affairs unless similarly desperate.

Koizumi's Haruhi Analysis

The Anthropic Principle is a way of thinking which proves the existence of reality through our awareness of it. Humans are aware of the universe, and therefor the universe exists. We observed the laws of physics and other sciences and proved them to be factual. If humans had not evolved to our current, sophisticated state, there would be no entity to monitor the existence of the universe. The existence of humanity permits the existence of the universe.

However, as Kyon has stated, the universe would obviously still exist in the absence of humans, though it could be said that it is our acknowledgment of the universe that proves it's existence. However, is it not an amazing coincidence that the conditions on our planet happen to be exactly perfect to sustain human life, while all others we have discovered are uninhabitable? The Anthropic Principle cannot be considered scientific, but it does raise interesting questions when applied to Haruhi Suzumiya.

Many of my colleagues believe haruhi to be God. Personally, I view her more like a vessel of God, a human who was somehow granted Godly powers. If she were truly God, why would she walk the earth alongside us, and why would she be so ignorant of her abilities? The fact is, whatever your opinion of her, she has the ability to shape reality in seemingly any way she desires. Anything she believes becomes true, and any wish she makes is granted. The reality we exist in is similar to existing in Haruhi's dream. In fact, it is possible that she subconsciously created this entire world. It is even possible that the world was created as recently as five seconds ago. If you were created with artificial memories of your life before five seconds ago, how could you prove if they actually took place or not?

Three years ago, I obtained my current psychic abilities, and I immediately knew that Haruhi was the cause, despite not having ever met or seen her before. I thought I had gone completely insane at first, but then I found that there were others like me, and we all knew that Haruhi was the source of our abilities. However, our abilities only awaken under very certain conditions. It is only in special spaces created by Haruhi that our ESP awakens.

We already knew that Haruhi was the source of these spaces, and my observation of her has confirmed this. Whenever Haruhi becomes angry or emotionally unstable, a closed-space is born. These spaces are small, alternate dimensions that exist in the same space as locations on earth, specifically in Japan, and only those granted this ability by haruhi have access to enter those spaces. Inside these spaces exist creatures we call the celestials, enormous featureless giants that destroy anything in their sight. As they continue to rampage, the space grows, and more celestials appear. We do not know what would happen if a space were allowed to cover the entire world. Perhaps the earth would be destroyed, or perhaps a new reality would take its place. As the only beings capable of doing so, we have taken on the duty of preventing that from happening and take it upon ourselves to find and enter every closed-space that appears. We destroy the celestials we find in each space, not only preventing the growth of the space but destroying the space itself, forever.

Now, there remains the subject of Haruhi's behavior. My agency believes that keeping her content with the world that exists will prevent Haruhi from destroying it. Therefor, measures must be taken to prevent her from becoming dangerously upset.

I do not believe it to be a coincidence that immediately after wishing for the existence of aliens, time travelers and ESPers, she met me, Yuki and Mikuru. I believe that it is because of her that the three of us exist. The reason she has never become aware of our true natures lies in her common sense. Though she is bored with ordinary life and has a strong interest in the fantastic and paranormal, she still possesses the reasoning of an ordinary human being. I doubt she would even believe us if we told her what we were. But if she did, that too could have dangerous effects. If Haruhi believed, for example, that aliens, time travelers and ESPers were ordinary and common place, than that would become the truth, and they would be everywhere, completely changing our reality. We probably wouldn't even be aware of this change, since for us, life would have always been that way. That is why Haruhi must never become aware of her powers, for I have become rather fond of the world the way it is and would be very cautious of any new one that might be created.

Haruhi Suzumiya's brigade to greatly enliven the world.