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Georges-Louis Le Sage’s Telegraph
Georges-Louis Le Sage’s Telegraph

Origin

Georges-Louis Le Sage

Type

Telegraph

Effects

Gravity altering particles

Downsides

Can cause large-scale chaos

Activation

Tapping

Section

Out and About List

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OriginEdit

Georges-Louis Le Sage was a physicist who proposed his own theory on gravity. Tiny unseen particles interacted with objects constantly and when two objects cover each other, they block the particles and creating a pressure zone pulling them together. This mechanical explanation for gravity never gained widespread acceptance, although it continued to be studied occasionally by physicists until the beginning of the 20th century, by which time it was generally considered to be conclusively discredited. Although incorrect, LeSage did manage to create an early version of the electric telegraph.

EffectsEdit

Creates streams of gravity altering particles that change the direction and force of gravity. The closer an object is to an active stream, the more it will move towards that center. If moved around quickly without control the resulting changes in gravity can be highly damaging.

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