Albert Einstein's Comb
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Origin

Albert Einstein

Type

Comb

Effects

Inspires innovative and revolutionary ideas

Downsides

Generates static, addictive and fatal if overused

Activation

Combing your hair

Collected by

Claudia Donovan and Steve Jinks

Section

Scientia-732T

Date of Collection

January 7th 2014

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, in the Kingdom of Württemberg in the German Empire on 14 March 1879. He was widely respected as a physicist, mathematician and scientific pioneer. Among his work are several theories and formulas still used in physics that were considered revolutionary for his time, including the famous E=Mc2 used for calculating energy conversion. Einstein remains one of the most popular and well known scientific minds today.

It was seen listed on a blackboard with other potential artifacts in the season one episode, "Burnout".

Effects[edit | edit source]

By combing it through your hair, it sparks the brain into understanding or conceptualizing concepts that seemed impossible or confusing. Each use seems to spark new understandings, though the satic energy released makes hair impossible to tame.

Overuse via addiction to knowledge is possible and attempting to process too much can fry the brain or allow the static to ignite.

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