Christopoulos:wurm2draft
rating: 0+x

WELCOME, OVERSEER.


SECURE. CONTAIN. PROTECT.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Apollyon

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is believed to be metaphysically uncontainable.Footnote 1.
No further action will be taken.
1

Description: SCP-XXXX is the higher-dimensional entityFootnote 2.
Specifically, a sapient fifth-dimensional spacetime manifold currently residing inside of our contiguous spacetime,3 at least in part.
2
responsible for the ongoing labyrinthizationFootnote 7.
The convolution and complication of simplistic forms.
7,
Footnote 8.
"Take, for example, a worm within an apple. It feasts on its own home, making innumerable burrows that criss-cross a labyrinth through its interior. The structure of this apple slowly deteriorates until the point at which its hole-riddled husk collapses upon itself."
Anomalous Topology Revisited, Namato and Zajaczkowski. Excerpt.
8
of all information.


Footnotes

1. No further action will be taken.
2. Specifically, a sapient fifth-dimensional spacetime manifold currently residing inside of our contiguous spacetime,Footnote 3.
Defined as observable three-dimensional Euclidean space in addition to time.4
3
at least in part.
3. Defined as observable three-dimensional Euclidean space in addition to time.Footnote 4.
Often referred to as Minkowski space5 outside of Foundation documentation.
4

4. Often referred to as Minkowski spaceFootnote 5.
As described by Hermann Minkowski in his 1908 lecture Raum und Zeit.6
5
outside of Foundation documentation.
5. As described by Hermann Minkowski in his 1908 lecture Raum und Zeit.Footnote 6.
Space and Time.
6

6. Space and Time.
7. The convolution and complication of simplistic forms.
8. "Take, for example, a worm within an apple. It feasts on its own home, making innumerable burrows that criss-cross a labyrinth9,10 through its interior. The complexity of the structure increases at an incredible rate, while its volume and structure are diminished. The structure of this apple slowly deteriorates until the point at which its hole-riddled husk collapses upon itself."
Anomalous Topology Revisited, Namato and Zajaczkowski. Excerpt.
9. A maze11 through which navigation is especially difficult.
10. "Behold, Dædalus fills innumerable paths with windings; and scarcely can he himself return to the entrance, so great are the intricacies of the place."
Metamorphoses (Book VIII, Fable II), Ovid. Excerpt.
11.



Hoverable text CSS borrowed and modified from the excellent SCP-5117.