I don't think I explained my SCP right. Let me try it a different way.
I want to begin an SCP series. Each SCP is a bit of information or philosophical idea that when known causes drastic changes to the laws of reality for the individual (or group, etc).
The overlying arch of each SCP is that it's all part of either a self help program or the equivalent of an elementary school or parenting guide that is designed to teach higher beings, with each part, step, or lesson having a different effect as an individual SCP. Humans rely on the laws of reality, and to suddenly have them removed or shifted has disastrous results, thus while the information will be available in a number of ways, some innocent, some direct, they are all dangerous, but contain just a tiny smidge of beneficial potential should someone actually be clever enough to prepare for the consequence.
The Foundation wouldn't know of the overlying connection until more and more SCP's are released but it's more for the readers to see the connection and hypothesize.
For instance, the first idea for this series is that one of the SCP's is an electronically scanned phrase that discusses freeing oneself from the drags of motion or something to that nature. Knowing the phrase causes a person to no longer be effected by motion, coming to a dead stop in all physical ways. And since the universe is spinning in constant motion, to suddenly not be spinning with it is something the human condition just isn't designed for. Plus just cause they aren't moving any longer, doesn't mean the rest of the universe stops for them.
So, for instance, the victim is no longer effected by the motion or inertia of the Earth's spin and effectively stops in place, but the room he's in is still moving at 1600 km/hour.