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Blaise Pascal's Calculator
Pascaline

Origin

Blaise Pascal

Type

Calculator

Effects

Exponentially increases intelligence

Downsides

Causes worsening health

Activation

Using

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Nous-194R

Aisle

67238-1129

Shelf

78304-2918-743

Date of Collection

June 1742

[Source]


OriginEdit

Blaise Pascal was a child prodigy who began scientific and mathematical discoveries from an early age. While a teenager, he created one of the first mechanical calculators. His body of work included the study on fluids and pressure, geometry and probability and later on several religious essays. Pascal had poor health, especially after his 18th year, and his death came just two months after his 39th birthday.

EffectsEdit

Exponentially increases the user’s intelligence by allowing the brain to focus more of its energy on equations and theories instead of maintaining the body. They will be able to perform beyond their peers but will suffer from their worsening health.

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