Dr Lazarus
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Mobile Task Force Zeta-5 is tasked with monitoring social channels and halting the spread of all arising cultural phenomena which pose a risk of increased public exposure to SCP-XXXX. In the case a phenomenon has spread too wide to be properly stopped, Zeta-5 will persuade the populace to believe that SCP-XXXX is being faked as part of an alternative marketing campaign. If this method does not effectively contain knowledge of SCP-XXXX, Zeta-5 and any additional task forces are given permission to employ direct usage of airborne amnestics to erase public knowledge of SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous effect stemming from indirect observation of events not otherwise perceived by any human. The methods required to record SCP-XXXX’s effect are convoluted enough as to be unlikely used by one not already aware of SCP-XXXX. The pervasive nature of SCP-XXXX permits its effect to be recorded at any location. As such, SCP-XXXX is for now uncontainable.

The current most efficient method to observe the SCP-XXXX effect is Procedure-5517-Leading the Blind. 5517 employs the use of two (2) individuals, one totally blind (henceforth referred to as the subject) and the other perfectly sighted (the observer), and one (1) retinal implant capable of converting ocular imagery into a machine-readable format. The implant must not restore vision to the subject in any capacity. The implant will then be set to record and the subject be allowed to face towards areas both observed and unobserved by the observer. SCP-XXXX will be present in the recording produced by the ocular implant. This effect will manifest itself as an apparent X-ray vision in parts of the recording allowing adjacent test chambers and occasionally very distant locations to be seen. Invariably the parts of the recording exhibiting SCP-XXXX will be the areas of the test chamber not observed by the observer.

If and only if Procedure-5517-Leading the Blind becomes unable to exhibit SCP-XXXX all research efforts regarding SCP-XXXX should be directed towards discovering an alternate method of observation.