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Luke Howard's Barometer
Howardbarometer

Origin

Luke Howard

Type

Barometer

Effects

Alters the weight of clouds

Downsides

Increased density can cause clouds to fall and crush the ground

Activation

Blowing air over it

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

261837-3590

Shelf

836335-3802-497

Date of Collection

May 15, 1906

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OriginEdit

Luke Howard was a chemist and amateur meteorologist who created the modern naming system for clouds. His ordering classified the clouds into three main types and took special care to denote the various transitions between each group.

EffectsEdit

This barometer once owned by the "Father of Meteorology became imbued with the ability to raise or lower the density of clouds. If used enough times, the clouds become too dense and may fall down crush what ever is below it.

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