Too Many Broken Pieces

Item #: SCP-7777

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Fig. 1.1 SCP-XXXX-A-K17.

Containment Class: Keter-doctrina

Special Containment Procedures: As of yet, no methods have been devised in order to prevent SCP-XXXX-PRIME's approach. Foundation efforts currently focus on the development of such a method, as well as further investigation into the nature of the anomaly.

Research is ongoing.

Description: SCP-XXXX constitutes a series of interrelated anomalous phenomena.

SCP-XXXX-PRIME is an alternate dimension, adjacent to our own, which possesses advanced essophysical properties, allowing for direct interaction with and physical representation of the Noosphere1.

Due to SCP-XXXX-PRIME's interactions with the Noosphere, it is currently moving towards our dimension at an accelerated rate, and as a result is interfacing with our reality in various ways. Concurrently, the noospheric information portrayed by SCP-XXXX-PRIME is now tied only to humans in our reality, as opposed to it's previous all-encompassing portrayal.

It is currently theorized that our reality will have summarily absorbed SCP-XXXX-PRIME before 02/15/2036. The consequences of this are unknown.

SCP-XXXX-A is a spatial anomaly in place of Head Researcher Prof. Marcus Fernsby's Site-33 office, believed to be the result of dimensional interfacing on SCP-XXXX-PRIME's part. When entered, SCP-XXXX-2 acts as a crude gateway into SCP-XXXX-PRIME, and will (via unknown means) project a surrealistic noospheric environment within the space. This environment, although based upon SCP-XXXX-PRIME's foreign laws of physics, will be interpreted as a regular environment by the human brain2.

SCP-XXXX-B is a conceptual non-entity residing exclusively within SCP-XXXX-PRIME. Further information concerning SCP-XXXX-B is restricted.

Addendum XXXX.1
Discovery

SCP-XXXX-A manifested within Prof. Fernsby's office on 06/23/2020, while he was present inside. Following this, Fernsby instantaneously vanished.

The following log is a transcription of this event.

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