Item #: SCP-5772

Object Class: Keter

Laconic Containment Procedures: All anomalies capable of spitting out random facts are to be shut down to prevent the accidental sharing of knowledge concerning SCP-5772.

Any non-nuclear explosions above a certain output are to be investigated for SCP-5772 involvement.

Laconic Description: A way of stirring water that causes the Navier-Stokes equation of Fluid Dynamics to be violated in a way that causes a chain reaction that results in a massive explosion.

The explosion scales with the volume of the liquid mixed. Based on given calculations, performing SCP-5772 on a large swimming pool would result in an explosion larger than that of the last Yellowstone supervolcanic eruption.

SCP-5772 was brought to the Foundation's attention after interviewing SCP-10001 (that's not a typo) who's anomalous property makes him able to answer any question correctly. When asked "What's the most dangerous thing I could do without standing up?" he described SCP-5772.

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