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Charles Darwin’s Magnifying Glass
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Origin

Charles Darwin

Type

Magnifying Glass

Effects

Causes mutations

Downsides

Mutations are random and usually negative

Activation

Holding something living under it

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

5839-612

Shelf

86726-9563-48

Date of Collection

December 10, 1922

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OriginsEdit

Charles Darwin is famous for his contribution to biology by forming the theories of evolution and natural selection, along with fellow scientist Alfred Russel Wallace. He started out in medicine, but moved into biology later on. He sailed aboard a voyage of the HMS Beagle, making his most famous stop on the Galapagos Islands. Through investigation and thinking, he and fellow scientists came to the conclusion that animals changed over time and some species died out, explaining it in his book On the Origin of Species.

EffectsEdit

Charles Darwin did a lot of research on evolution this magnifying glass replicates his theory. To use it you hold it over any plant or animal and watch as it starts to mutate. Say you want to mutate an ant, you hold the magnifying glass over it and watch it grow legs, wing, an extra head, the effects are random. When found, a scientist attached it to a machine to make the effects controllable, but it was destroyed when artifact was recovered.

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