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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be stored within the Euclid storage wing a 10m3 secured chamber within Site-73 (see Addendum). All objects that are expelled by SCP-XXXX are to be confined until thoroughly examined through visual and audio transmission, and after conferring with the current 4/XXXX researching supervisor. Any living entities seen expelled from SCP-XXXX are to be left in the chamber and immediately reported to 3/XXXX or higher ranking personnel. Visual and audio stations must be operational and monitored at all times by no fewer than one personnel. Any objects entering SCP-XXXX's containment chamber for any reason are to be fitted with GPS homing beacons beforehand, particularly testing and Site-vital equipment.
D-Class personnel are not to be used for SCP-XXXX testing procedures under any circumstances, nor are they to be directed inside SCP-XXXX's containment chamber. Objects or entities with weight greater than 4.5 kg should not be placed on SCP-XXXX outside of testing procedures. During testing procedures, SCP-XXXX should be suspended by cables applying a preasure no greater than 45 N.
Personnel and test subjects must fill out a preemptive accident report form and file it with on-site medical personnel, and must be given explicit permission from supervising personnel during research requisition before attempting to place any part or parts of their own body into SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a thin sheet of unknown material, 21.6 cm by 27.9 cm in dimensions, with the appearance similar to that of a sheet of blank white printer paper. The kinetic properties of SCP-XXXX similarly act as a sheet of printer paper. SCP-XXXX is made of an unknown substance; while research is ongoing, the exact material composition is currently difficult to define, as attempts to physically tear or sample SCP-XXXX have proven impossible due to its anomalous nature.
Spectral analysis often gives different results, although common results have been aluminum, gold, iron, carbon, oxygen, silicon, uranium, water,

When an object presses against SCP-XXXX at a force of no less than 45 N, it penetrates, appearing as if passing through the surface of a liquid. Objects that fully pass through SCP-XXXX are irretrievable from the entering side once fully consumed, even if attached to another object or otherwise tethered. SCP-XXXX expands to accommodate certain objects. So far, expansion has been recorded to accommodate up to 2.5m2, which appears to be its maximum size. Objects tracked using GPS or other methods generally appear in another location on Earth, with no clear pattern between locations determined. However, in two accounts, objects with attached locators could not be tracked. While the first account may have been caused by malfunction in locator technology at the time, the second account was attempted with more recent technology, which would have given little cause for malfunction.

Organic materials appear to be able to pass through SCP-XXXX unharmed; tested objects and subjects have yet to show any harm or illness directly caused by SCP-XXXX, although organic experiments have been infrequent.

After every twelfth object has been entered, and after at least a 24 hour period, an object is expelled from SCP-XXXX. In the four times this has occurred, three objects have been objects that already entered SCP-XXXX - in one case the object had already been tracked and secured, found missing from its container after expulsion from SCP-XXXX.

The one exception has been a sphere with a diameter of 10 cm measuring at a temperature around 37o C and made out of a brittle, scorched iron. Five hours after expulsion, the object spontaneously crumbled to dust, leaving only iron shavings.

SCP-XXXX was discovered █████████ ████, ████ in the supply room of a ███████ ██████ teacher located in ████████, United States. While no evidence has been found to support their claims, the subject stated that they found the object due to the high amount of heat felt and ██████████ █████ coming from the supply room. SCP-XXXX has not exhibited either of these features since its initial containment.


While SCP-XXXX itself takes very little space, its previously demonstrated nature of ejecting objects poses potential for containment breach, particularly in the event SCP-XXXX releases any sort of large object. Although the biggest object SCP-XXXX has produced so far only measured at less than half a meter, I still advise that it be moved to a larger containment chamber as a precaution. At the very least, we can hold it there until we're able to more definitively state whether or not it can produce objects - or entities - of notable size.
-Dr. █████████