Hyman G. Rickover’s Pressurized Water Reactor
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Hyman G. Rickover


Nuclear Reactor


Irradiates water into an efficient form of super-fuel


User will gain and obsessive need for control and must take full responsibility over their previous actions


Proximity to water

Collected by

Warehouse 13



Date of Collection

February 12, 1994


Origin[edit | edit source]

Hyman G. Rickover was a US Navy Admiral who originally developed and directed the use of nuclear reactors for propulsion. He produced 200 nuclear-powered submarines, including the very first , and oversaw the development of the Shippingport Atomic Power Station, the world's first commercial pressurized water reactor used for generating electricity. A four star admiral, he was renowned for his personality and achievements, including taking full responsibility over his actions of creating a nuclear navy and having no naval reactor accidents in more than fifty years of service.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The reactor irradiates all nearby sources of water with a specific form of radiation. It causes water to alter its chemical structure, gaining extra oxygen atoms but still remaining as a form of water. The effects make the water flow faster and produce an unnatural shine. With some effort through heating, the extra oxygen atoms can be detached from the original water host. This chemical change produces large amounts of energy, which turns the water into a solution of super fuel, many times stronger than commercial products.

The user must take on full responsibility over their previous actions for it to work correctly. During use, the person will become more brash and outspoken and require a complete control over everything they handle.

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