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An article about a theme park associated with the Church of the Broken God and mind-machine interface, conveying violation
<Pincier>"Give unto us young minds, raw and untempered, and we will forge the rivets that bind together the future of our Church."-Inventor-Faithful Gasket, 'Growing Mind and Growing Bodies'
<&Silber> Meserach: there are exhibits where they're like "learn how eyes were meant to work", where they install a dial that tweaks the curvature of your eyelids. then they keep the dial in your temple as a souvenir
<&Silber> "academia claims that having heavy metals in your body causes 'poisoning'. has anyone actually explained what this vague 'poisoning' is? never. the Book of Calibration says 'lead bears the weight of truth; mercury bears the resilience of faith.' which side is right? teach the controversy"

Item #: SCP-2XXX

Object Class: Safe

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Description: SCP-2XXX is a barn located in rural Iowa which, prior to Foundation containment, was operated as a "Young Person's Mekhanical Science Museum" by an individual ("Hank Grussel", POI-27649, currently in Foundation custody at Site-474) identifying as an adherent of the "Cogwork Orthodoxy" (GOI-XXX-X).

The museum's exhibits comprise a linked series of mechanisms and their explanatory signage and literature, with the whole museum being designed to indoctrinate young people into the Cogwork Orthodoxy belief system. See document SCP-2XXX-Alpha for full list of objects and their designations.

A visitor to the museum is intended to be lead around the exhibits sequentially, a conveyor belt being laid out for this purpose. The conveyor stops when a visitor has reached each exhibit , and only continues once the patron has completed an action as described in the explanatory literature. These directions relate to the assembly of a small machine (instances of which are designated SCP-2XXX-B) which is to be activated once a patron reaches the end of the museum.

The following descriptions are of a selected sample of the museum's exhibits, accompanied by excerpts of the museum's literature:


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  • An article about a cave that makes you introduce yourself. The article should evoke kindness.
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

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Description: SCP-XXXX is the remains of Euclid of Alexandria, Greek mathematician and noted author of Elements. The space in a 0.46m3 radius around SCP-XXXX has the anomalous property of behaving as a perfect Euclidian space; that is, a space with no intrinsic curvature and hence, no gravity.

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