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Michael Faraday's Magnetic Stones
Pebble pile

Origin

Michael Faraday

Type

Magnetic Stones

Effects

Increases magnetic attraction and instantly magnetizes a metal

Downsides

Can negatively affect living creatures, causing seizures

Activation

Rubbing together

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Samson-2922J

Aisle

270789-2766

Shelf

764770-2838-430

Date of Collection

August 21, 1898

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OriginEdit

Michael Faraday was a scientist whose work focused on electromagnetism, researching magnetism’s interaction with light beams. His work, although not mathematically complex, helped inspire future scientists including James Clerk Maxwell and Albert Einstein.

The magnets originated from one of his Christmas Day lectures on electricity at the Royal Institution of London.

EffectsEdit

When rubbed together, the magnetic attraction of any object increases. Non-ferrous metals become highly magnetized and tough to separate when locked together. With constant use, they can alter the electrical pathways in the nervous system, causing seizures.

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