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Anaxagoras' Krater
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Origin

Anaxagoras

Type

Krater (Wine Mixer)

Effects

Mixing materials in Krater can disrupt local seismic activities, often leading to earthquakes.

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Mixing materials

Collected by

Madhava Narayan and Ishvara Sachdeva

Section

Socrates-953A

Aisle

2798982-998280

Shelf

0309-89728-38972

Date of Collection

January 13th, 1693

[Source]


OriginEdit

Anaxagoras was a Pre-Socratic Greek philosopher. He described the world as a mixture of primary imperishable ingredients, where material variation was never caused by an absolute presence of a particular ingredient, but rather by its relative preponderance over the other ingredients; in his words, "each one is... most manifestly those things of which there are the most in it". He introduced the concept of Nous (Mind) as an ordering force, which moved and separated out the original mixture, which was homogeneous, or nearly so.

EffectsEdit

When materials are mixed in the krater, the krater disrupts local seismic plates, leading to destructive earthquakes.

CollectionEdit

This artifact was collected on January 13th, 1693 by two regents of Warehouse 10, after the 1693 Sicily Earthquake.

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