Do you keep hot sauce in your bag? Is Frank's RedHot or Tabasco just not cutting it? Are you feeling masochistic? Good news: GE collaborated with Thrillist to create 10^32K — a hot sauce so unrepentantly spicy it had to packaged with material normally reserved for manufacturing a jet engine.

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According to the Next Web, 10^32K hot sauce contains a blend of the Carolina Reaper (a hybrid between the Ghost pepper and red habanero) and the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion pepper. Each one of these pepper on their own can exceed 1 million on the Scoville scale, which measures heat levels through capsaicin; the combination of both can only result in:

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The hot sauce's name, 10^32K is a tongue-in-cheek reference to the Kelvin temperature of "Absolute Hot," the highest theorized temperature in contrast with "absolute zero." To protect the hot sauce, the Next Web writes that 10^32 Kelvin is packaged in a tube made with "silicon carbide and nickel­-based superalloys, or what the company describes as materials used in jet engine manufacturing." But it's not all for show and weight: the material helps preserve the heat and taste of the sauce by preventing oxidization.

With all that said, GE only produced one thousand bottles of 10^32K, which all sold out. However, you can try your luck in a sweepstakes to win a bottle. Should you win, you'll be able to say the following with conviction (and probably a numbed tongue):

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h/t the Next Web