### Special Containment Procedures

Simply viewing SCP-XXXX has no ill effects, likewise its properties cause it to self-contain.

Not proper tone. "Direct observation of SCP-X^{4} elicits no anomalous properties." Or summat would work better.

SCP-XXXX, and the work done by Subject-D2047, is located inside an unremarkable binder titled ██████, kept in secure locker 12, hallway 7 of LOW-SEC holding area 4.

Secure Locker 12, Hallway 7, etc. Those are all places, and proper nouns. Should be capitalised. Blackboxes in the containment procedures too, that's not alright.

A small circuit in the locker will alert the Foundation should the locker be opened.

This seems… Unnecessary.

As SCP-XXXX represents the slow convergence of two distinct and incompatible forms of mathematics, monthly calculations should be done to check for new developments in it's solution.

"Incompatible maths"? That's not a thing. Maths are universal. The solution to Fermat's Last Theorem was solved centuries later with the Modularity Theorem. My point is, no two maths are disparate. If they were, it wouldn't be maths.

Also, an "it's" is a contraction for "it is", not possessive.

Transport and handling of SCP-XXXX should be conducted by any mathematically-inept SCP agent.

Personally, I feel like this is an rare resource. Most people would tell you that Agents are well educated and trained. Enough to be mathematically literate, at least for me.

### Description

SCP-XXXX is a math equation of considerable complexity and exhibits properties that break many principles of standard mathematics.

Not proper tone.

Those that try to solve the equation will find that it simplifies back to its original form — They have not made a mistake — this is one of SCP-XXXX anomalous properties.

The hyphen insert is unconventional, and most likely won't garner you favour. I'm also not certain what you're try to convey when you say "it simplifies to the original form". That sounds like a good thing. E=MC^{2}, when fixed for relativistic effects, will net .5MV^{2}, the standard kinetic energy equation.

Additionally, the more attempts one makes to solve it, and the more distinct methods they use, the more reliant they become on trying.

You're far too vague. More reliant on what?

Eventually subjects will refuse to give up entirely, until they solve it (deemed impossible; SCP-XXXX simplifies to itself) or die.

Nonclinical tone.

Current research suggests that SCP-XXXX may be the result of the continuing amalgamation of two distinct dimensions of different properties.

Fair enough, I *guess*, but I'm really stretching my suspension of disbelief.

That is to say, our universe (including its particular physics) is one of many which are in motion, not dissimilar to tectonic plates.

Nonclinical tone, breaking the nonclinical tone, and there's already a prominent branch of physics, M Theory, which postulates that our universe is one of many "membranes" that are in motion. More elegant and accurate than a tectonic plate analogy.

So far, only mathematical differences have been observed, but it suggests that physics may also differ heavily from our own.

This entire paragraph has poor tone, really.

And physics is applied mathematics. Every physical law is governed by mathematics.

### Addenda

#### Psychiatrist Keller

This is a classic "expositionary note", which is cliche and boring. It also reads like Keller needs to see a doctor.

#### Experiment-1

SCP-012

#### Interview

Yes, uhm, Subject-D2047, a volunteer at the foundation and mathematics major

I'm not sure the Foundation would accept volunteer work, and if this is as difficult an equation as you say, why not someone with a PhD? And not just a maths major.

The rest of it

This adds absolutely nothing.

#### Experiment-2

Attempts to solve it via computer cause the variables to overflow…

Does it also reverse the polarity of the neutron flow? Because that means just as much.

# Summation

This is a mathematics version of SCP-012, as it's been stated. Also an episode of Fringe.

I'm afraid this is rife with tonal errors, poor mathematics, and just *vagueness*.