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Item #: SCP-XXXX
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SCP-XXXX

Special Containment Procedures: Due to security concerns, SCP-XXXX is to be stored in a Faraday cage at Site-48. The hermetic seal within SCP-XXXX is not to be breached under any circumstances.

The whereabouts of PoI-2658 are currently under investigation. They are to be apprehended for interrogation and subsequent amnestization.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a standard-configuration portable toilet that has presumably been modified by PoI-2658 to be repurposed as a temporal displacement device. The tank has been retrofitted to contain various electronic components and is hermetically sealed. The left interior panel displays a touch screen which allows the user to select the exact magnitude of time they would like to traverse, and the door lock mechanism has been repurposed to activate the device. When the lock is toggled, all foreign matter that currently exists within SCP-XXXX is immediately transported to the specified time. This effect is repeatable and, to the Foundation's knowledge, consistent.

It is theorized that SCP-XXXX does not alter the current timeline, but rather induces a closed timeline curve (CTC): it is incapable of altering the past, present, or future of baseline reality.

SCP-XXXX was discovered in Pasadena, California after an anonymous tip to local authorities led to the raid of a storage unit that was rented out by Brian Monette (PoI-2658), a 33 year old electrochemical engineer and physicist with a PhD thesis on special relativity. Inside the unit was a workbench, a cash register filled with $8,357.23, a drawer filled with 43 handwritten receipts, a brief typed manual explaining the basic operations and functions of SCP-XXXX, and the object itself.

Addendum XXXX-A: Test Log

Test XXXX-1
Test Subject A six-sided die
Procedure The die was placed within SCP-XXXX and the destination was set as 5 seconds in the past. The door was closed and the lock was engaged.
Results Upon the conclusion of the test, the die was no longer inside of SCP-XXXX.

Test XXXX-2
Test Subject A six-sided die
Procedure The die was placed within SCP-XXXX and the destination was set as 5 seconds in the future. The door was closed and the lock was engaged.
Results Upon the conclusion of the test, the die was no longer inside of SCP-XXXX.

Test XXXX-3
Test Subject A six-sided die
Procedure The die was placed within SCP-XXXX and the destination was set as one picosecond in the past. The door was closed and the lock was engaged.
Results As the lever to SCP-XXXX was closed, the eastern wall of the testing chamber experienced a high-velocity impact. Embedded in the concrete was the remains of a six-sided die.

Test XXXX-4
Test Subject D-5820
Procedure D-5820 entered SCP-XXXX and the destination was set as fifteen seconds in the past. The door was closed and the lock was engaged.
Results Upon the conclusion of the test, the subject was no longer inside of SCP-XXXX. A human corpse was seen re-entering Earth's atmosphere at approximately the same time that Test XXXX-4 was conducted.
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