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Joan Feynman's Ski Pole
Ski pole

Origin

Joan Feynman

Type

Ski Pole

Effects

Creates a small magnetic pole

Downsides

Causes disturbances in magnetic fields

Activation

Sticking into ground

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Samson-2922J

Aisle

190838-9368

Shelf

971962-6641-395

Date of Collection

1985

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OriginEdit

Joan Feynman is an American astrophysicist. She has made important contributions to the study of solar wind and magnetospheric physics. In particular, Feynman is known for developing an understanding of the origin of auroras. She is also known for creating a model that predicts the number of high-energy particles likely to hit a spacecraft over its lifetime, and for uncovering a method for predicting sun spot cycles.

EffectsEdit

Used during her Arctic trips, this ski pole has the power to create a small magnetic pole when stuck into the ground. This can affect mechanical objects in the vicinity and under the right conditions can produce a small aurora effect. Because the effects are unpredictable and may be catastrophic, particularly if left unchecked, this artifact is stored in a crate and is not to be used for any purpose.

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