I'm not really sure what the first tale has to do with anything, though that may be because I haven't read a canon or something. It's just, like, three paragraphs out in limbo that have no beginning or end. It kind of seems like you copied a dialogue from the middle of another tale, and the effect is an incoherent, confusing conversation between two characters that I don't know and don't care about. Expand it a lot, give context.
The second one has an interesting concept behind it, but, again, it reads like a single dialogue from a longer story. Both of these drafts have a good starting idea, but the execution is too short to develop them.
Well, I wrote a quickie to give an idea of the story, to see if the people here felt it was worth developing, or if I would be wasting my time. Thank you for the encouragement.
The first is an agent reporting to the Foundation head on a project he was working on, to see if SCPs could be predicted. The result he got was that SCPs would increase to a level beyond the Foundation's ability to secure and contain in a few years, and would increase to infinity (or at least many millions) in a few decades.
I will let this percolate for awhile, while I try to go over your background. Actually, I want to go over the background, you've got going on 3000 SCPs and I just LOVE reading them. When I understand the Foundation well enough maybe I will be able to better expand these two ideas.