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John Dalton's Weather Vane
Weathervane 234132

Origin

John Dalton

Type

Weather Vane

Effects

Lets the user control weather

Downsides

Causes color-blindness

Activation

Touch

Collected by

McPhilo

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

3596-451

Shelf

88259-2040-39

Date of Collection

December 17, 1926

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OriginsEdit

John Dalton was a scientist known for his work on color blindness and the modern atomic theory. He recognized that color blindness was hereditary since he and his brother shared it. Dalton had a rare kind of color blindness and his spectrum of color was mostly shades of yellow. For the atomic theory, he concluded atoms were the smallest thing that made up everything. Dalton also thought atoms of differing elements were different and that those atoms can be combined, separated or rearranged during chemical reactions. His methods for experimenting had been described as coarse and inaccurate at times.

EffectsEdit

This weather vane came from his stay at Lake District doing meteorological work. When touched, it lets the user conjure up weather. Some of the more extreme abilities include heat drops and spikes, snowstorms, wind speeds over 90 miles, hail the size of bowling balls, lightning strikes and miniature monsoons.

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