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James Warren and Willoughby Monzani's Piece of Wood
Hewn beam

Origin

James Warren and Willoughby Monzani

Type

Piece of Wood

Effects

Ability to talk with buildings and other structures

Downsides

None Identified

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Imhotep-218G

Aisle

171688-3785

Shelf

484349-6230-486

Date of Collection

October 19, 1949

[Source]


OriginEdit

James Warren and Willoughby Monzani were engineers who patented the Warren-style truss bridge and girder design. This bridge design is mainly constructed by equilateral triangles which can carry both tension and compression. The first suspension bridge to utilize a Warren truss in its design was the Manhattan Bridge in New York City. This configuration was also used in the wing designs of early biplanes.

EffectsEdit

This wooden plank allows those who touch it to talk to buildings and other structures. It is constantly squeaking and groaning, as if someone were trying to bend a large girder or walking down a very squeaky wooden stairway.

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