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Josef Stefan's Light Bulbs
JozefStefanLightBulbs

Origin

Josef Stefan

Type

Light Bulb

Effects

Increases the weight of a person under the light to the point of immobilization

Downsides

Imprisons people

Activation

Turning on

Collected by

Agent Jacob Torres

Section

Icarus-23W

Aisle

536836-904556

Shelf

652302-11761-7001

Date of Collection

2005

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OriginEdit

Josef Stefan (1835 - 1893) was an Austrian physicist, mathematician and poet who treated light as a working matter. More specifically the law describes that energy radiated per unit surface area of a black body across all wavelengths per unit time. There are several constants in his Stefan-Boltzmann law one of them being the weight of the light in terms of their mathematical formulas in order to figure out nearly impossible things like the Temperature of the Sun and of the stars. Stefan worked tirelessly in order to get the basics of law perfect. When it became too dark he'd turn on the light but worry about his health and well being went into the bulb and any time he used the light his eyelids grew heavy, his head wouldn't stay up and he would retire to bed.

EffectsEdit

Over time the strength of the weight that light from these bulbs got heavier and heavier. If turned on and stood in the light your entire body will feel heavy and you'd be pulled to the ground unable to move until another person turns off the light.

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