Alright, so this is still really rough around the edges, and has several problems with it:
- Your picture is pretty obviously from a video game and really hurts immersion. (Real life is not rendered in polygons.)
- There is grammar and formatting errors throughout, most notably a lack of line breaks between paragraphs.
- The object itself is not particularly interesting. Its a shapeless mass what neutralizes anomalies, and thats it. There needs to be a reason for the reader to care about this object, a narrative, or a hook, but right now its just a thing that does a thing, and that doesn't fly for SCP articles these days.
Thaumiels are hard articles to pull off, as you have the extra burden of establishing not only why the foundation is containing the object, but why they are going to use it to contain (and not neutralize) other anomalies.
I'm not going to say you can't make it this work with some serious revision. The foundation having a kind of anomaly eraser like some kind of thaumiel sillyputty has a lot of narrative potential, but you're going to need a very compelling narrative to go along with the article to get it off the launch pad.
As is, I'd downvote.
Best of luck.