In 1902, Weston Fulton, a University of Tennessee meteorologist, created a thermodynamic device he named the sylphon after the Norse goddess of weather. The device revolutionized industry worldwide. It helped the Allied forces develop the depth charge in World War I and the Norden Bomb sight of World War II. In fact, the device spawned so many inventions that the U.S. Patent Office had to give sylphon-related spin-offs their own special section.
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