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James Prescott Joule's Thermodynamic Generator
Joule's paddle wheel

Origin

James Prescott Joule

Type

Generator

Effects

Releases heat into the surrounding area

Downsides

User will absorb excess heat and burn apart

Activation

Turning on

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

553127-5917

Shelf

463289-1499-371

Date of Collection

May 27, 1908

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OriginEdit

James Prescott Joule made studies into the laws behind heat, energy and mechanical work. Eventually discovering the relation between the two, he helped discover the first law of thermodynamics, the law of conservation of energy. It states the total energy in a system is converted into different types but the total amount always remains constant, never changing. The SI derived unit of energy, the joule, is named after him.

EffectsEdit

The experimental apparatus Joule himself made to test his budding theories on the law of thermodynamics. Turning the crank allows the user to generate heat into the surrounding area, but causes the activator’s body to crack and heat up, changing their bodily chemistry. Without deactivation, the user can burn apart into scraps. If used along with Galvani's Wires, it can generate enough external heat to keep a person's body alive, even if heavily injured.

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