Several years have now passed since the last of the other 27 were admitted as members.
You seem to be blind to the fact that without the UK's contributions, the UK reputedly being one of the only 4 or 5 net contributors to the EU's funds, the EU's funding of its incompetently-managed, socialist agenda has become a massive problem for the EU, rendering what's left of the EU unlikely to be able to take on any more lame-duck members.
Scotland would, therefore, be an infinitely worse prospect than the "some of the 27" that you mention.
Furthermore, since the 5-10 years which would elapse between now and Scotland gaining independence - if it ever does - which seems unlikely, and applying for and gaining membership (also unlikely because of the parlous state of Scotland's finances without Westminster subsidies, via the Barnett formula and whatever), Scotland's economy under its financially-illiterate, spendthrift, socialist SNP government would be in a far worse state by then than they are in even now.
In any event, the EU - certainly as we know it today - will have ceased to exist by then.
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