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Geber's Glassblower
Geber's Glassblower

Origin

Jabir ibn Hayyan

Type

Glassblower

Effects

Turns metals into liquid form

Downsides

None Identified

Activation

Blowing on metal

Collected by

Warehouse 10

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

970749-1952

Shelf

240137-4653-249

Date of Collection

April 1700

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OriginEdit

Jabir ibn Hayyan (Geber) was a prominent polymath in the medieval Islamic world. He was a chemist, astronomer, engineer, geographer, philosopher and physician. He explored the idea of alchemy including the classical four elements and artificially created life. He also theorized metals differed from each because of the different amounts of sulfur and mercury locked inside them. In 13th century Europe, another writer annotated their works with the signature of Jabir but is now referred to as Pseudo-Geber.

EffectsEdit

Any metal affected by it will melt into a liquid form, although its temperature will remain constant throughout the process. Attempts on non-malleable substances such as stones turns them to powder, while more energetic substances become a vapor.

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