There's a few issues I think should be looked at with this one:
- There's a few spelling errors in there.
- The description is a large wad of text that could do with a few line breaks to make it easier to read.
- While there's an anomaly there, it doesn't really seem to tell a story, why is this thing in existence and why does it speed up time?
- The general expression doesn't read clinical enough to fool me into thinking I'm reading a scientific report, phrases like "This changes however if SCP-XXXX does not have someone watching it." for example.
- The anomaly itself feels a bit bland, it just does what it does and there's not much else to it. Compulsive attachment and user participation is normally considered to be a pretty lazy way to get characters involved with the anomaly.
Overall I think this one needs some work, I would seek more feedback and try to revise the article to tell a story first and foremost, and work on expressing that through an appropriately clinical format.