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Clarence Birdseye's Heat Pump
Excelsior water pump

Origin

Clarence Birdseye

Type

Heat Pump

Effects

Draws heat from the user

Downsides

Internally freezes them

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Martel-394S

Aisle

908143-1932

Shelf

601300-6544-417

Date of Collection

March 14, 2016

[Source]


OriginEdit

Clarence Birdseye became interested in food preservation when he learned from Inuits how to catch frozen fish, which tasted fresh from the cold. He saw the application to seafood and produce, creating a new preservation system where food was frozen quickly, under pressure. Although his first company bankrupted, Birdseye rebounded, applied for freezing technology patents and created a now successful company bearing his name.

EffectsEdit

Connecting to a person draw heat from their internal body temperature into the surroundings. This temperature change can lead the major organ systems to stop functioning from energy deficit and the user to enter a preservative coma or die from exposure.

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