SCP-4752
rating: +76+x

Item #: SCP-4752

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: A 5000km2 exclusion zone has been established around SCP-4752. Exploration and research teams that come within 100 kilometres of this exclusion zone are to be re-directed to their basecamp under the guise of "seismic activity".

Description: SCP-4752 is a large mountain located at the southern end of the Transantarctic Mountain Range resembling a right angle triangle with a curved hypotenuse. Geological studies have indicated that since the late 16th century, SCP-4752's mass has been slowly concentrating beneath its peak, at the far west of the mountain, with no non-anomalous geological explanation. The rate of transfer has been accelerating since the 1980s. As of 2019, 44% of SCP-4752's mass was concentrated beneath its peak.

Addendum-4752-001: Geological studies have indicated significant shifts in mass on the following dates, amongst others:

  • 33 CE
  • December 1792
  • 1873 - 1879
  • 24/10/1929
  • 19/10/1987
  • 15/09/2008
  • 20/02/2020

Addendum-4752-002: On 06/09/2020, GoI-3425 ("Anochists") launched an assault on the west side of SCP-4752, during which an estimated 30% of SCP-4752's mass was lost. Members of GoI-3425 planted a nuclear explosive at the base of SCP-4752's west side and detonated it after a retreat. Following this, world economic output suffered a decline of 26%.

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