The Great Flood
Item #: SCP-XXXX Level 4/XXXX
Object Class: Safe Classified

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Explained

Special Containment Procedures: The original SCP-XXXX event occurred between 3000 BCE and 2800 BCE. Knowledge of SCP-4000 has been deemed too widespread and too tightly ingrained in human mythos for any expungement of it to take place. However, as it is already considered anomalous by many cultures, current primary containment efforts are to focus on a disinformation campaign surrounding Burckle Crater in the Indian Ocean.

However, due to the historical significance of SCP-XXXX, disinformation is unlikely to be successful in the long term. In order to prepare for the anticipated discovery of SCP-XXXX-A, Research Task Force Gamma-XXXX ("Ark Angels") has been formed to deploy a plausible facsimile for the SCP-4000-A object as knowable by modern and future science. Recovery of the SCP-XXXX-A object has been delayed until a suitable facsimile can be synthesized.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a collision event between the planet Earth and SCP-XXXX-A that resulted in a large tsunami as recorded in many mythos throughout the world.1 The impact left a 29km wide crater in the Indian Ocean, currently referred to by non-Foundation geologists as the Burckle Crater, predicted to be located at 30.865°S 61.365°E. Foundation knowledge puts modern geological estimates within 15km of the actual resting spot of SCP-XXXX-A.

SCP-XXXX-A is the remnants of an object that collided with Earth between 3000 BCE and 2800 BCE. It is a roughly conical structure, and resembles a "railroad-spike" in shape. SCP-4000-A is 2.7m long and 1.67m wide at its base. While only

The SCP-XXXX event also corresponds with a dramatic drop in the number of anomalous objects reported on Earth.

The SCP-XXXX event also coincided with a dramatic increase in the amount of Akiva radiation present on planet Earth. Geological records show that shortly after SCP-XXXX-A impacted Earth, the amount of Akiva radiation at nearly all points worldwide equalized to present levels.

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