I would remove the black boxes of the MTF unit. Redactions in the Special Containment Procedures are frowned upon. If there is already an appropriate one here, choose it, otherwise make one up (and subsequently add it to the page once your article has been posted and well received).
You probably don't need to have a decimal place after your measurements if they're round like that (e.g. "7.0" is just "7").
If you're going to call what goes into the box "input", it bothers me to see what comes out referred to as "reply" as opposed to "output". (It just makes sense, yeah?)
to solve the the input
Too many "the"s.
In almost all cases, the effects caused by the experimentation is removed in one manner or another — not always in reality-bending methods — after a week of completion of the experimentation.
Huh? I don't get this. And I don't like it. I much more prefer the idea that whatever experimentation the SCP has to perform to answer a question is real and permanent; that's what makes this idea so cool to me.
SCP does not seem to possess omniscience as it requires experiments to answer some questions. It possess no precognitive nor telepathic abilities.
It has displayed near omnipotence when — and only when — its experiments merit such degree of ability to be performed.
First, I would remove the line break. Second, I don't like the second paragraph. Hell, you probably don't need either of these.
I didn't really like the note; too "lolfoundation" is what I think the kids are saying.
Note: For the sake of organised logging, Dr. Gino requests that Dr. Thane logs in the Hypothesis of Reply for all his subsequent logs.
Same as above.
Input: How good is Dr. Ashe in bed?
This whole test. No. Just no.
Also, didn't you say earlier in the article not to use input that dealt with the Foundation or SCPs? Because a lot of these tests do.
It might also be nice to mention somewhere whether the SCP retains knowledge from its experiments. Like, if you re-ask a question that had previously resulted in an Event-2, would asking again at a later date just result in an Event-1?
tl;dr: I like the idea a lot, but this needs a little more work. Stop trying so hard to be funny. Take it to chat and let them tear it up.