My first, Any criticism?
Ok, I decided to leave memtetics alone and create a new idea
Please follow the instructions for the sandbox and create a single page using your name. I don't want to see a different page for each of your ideas.
Other than that:
1. The tone is really off. This doesn't read like a standard Foundation article or a scientific document.
2. Please don't use gratuitous SCP references. Cross-referencing and cross-testing is a big no-no, especially with articles that aren't your own.
3. I'm fairly sure we already have several articles involving innocuous objects with portals to unknown places. I would suggest reading more articles if you don't have a feel for what has or has not been done yet.
People can have as many sandbox pages as they need. If hosting ever becomes a problem I'll delete some old stuff.
Don't make rules for things you aren't in control of, mackenzie.
- For something with a Safe rating, the approval requirement for testing seems high. Also the (3) should probably be a (2) in the "at least two (3) foundation staff" part.
- "is pushed through (With some force) the part" - The "(With some force)" seems unnecessary, unless that resistance plays a part in the report. If it stays, then the resistance should do something / hint at the objects purpose.
- As with previous comments, you might want to pull the references to the other SCPs
- I'd drop the deal with the house keys - there just doesn't seem like much of a reason why they'd put the guys keys into it. I always enjoy a little humor, particularly in the Safe class, but there needs to be some underlying story for why it happens (like competitiveness between researchers, for instance, or unexpected consequences of testing).
- The same goes for most of the additional testing. They might start to test with one or two more off-the-wall items once it's been proven safe, but probably not before. There's a point where you have a D class stick a finger in and complain on a slight burning. I'd be curious to see more about that, certainly the researchers would as well. Just because it's classified safe doesn't mean that it can't do something unpleasant if used / misused, it just means that it can be handled safely if you follow the rules.