Here is an idea of an object. I know that it needs a lot of work and editing but what i really want to know is if this idea is any good and worth it.
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- There's no anomaly here. You seem to know that. Without an actual anomaly involved, it just sounds like the Foundation are jumping at rumours and shadows. Imagine if someone wrote an article in which the Foundation took the 2012 Mayan doomsday prophecy seriously - the organization would look ridiculous. This article is similar - you provide absolutely no anomaly to draw the Foundation's attention and you provide no evidence at all that the list actually has any power. As such, the Foundation looks, essentially, like someone who believes strongly in the 2012 doomsday prophecy.
Basic Thoughts: Nobody actually critiqued this, so (Rio ninja-d me) I'm gonna take a stab. It doesn't look like you have an anomaly here. I know you point that out, but nevertheless it looked like a scholar wrote a persuasive essay, a dog ate his homework, and there happened to be a fire around it.
The contents don't offer a ton of insight either, so as a scientist I wouldn't conclude that there is any fate tied to the document, and I definitely would not make an SCP out of it either.
Also, add a module rate.
Verdict: I think you should ask yourself what this document is actually saying. Any old person could have written it, and a lot of parchments have been through multiple things like fires and survived, especially after all that time.
There is very little evidence to why this is an SCP, and either way it doesn't interest me. It's mostly just snippets of history babble that I can't immediately see the purpose of.
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