How to stop genius updating
Secondly, he's a scientist, which in fiction means he can invent whatever strange device the plot requires.
Thirdly, his insistence on weird experiments gives him artistic license to invent those devices.
That’s a problem, because nitrate-laced water has been linked to a range of health problems, including birth defects, blood problems in babies, and cancers of the ovaries and thyroid.
An increasingly common take on this trope is that Mad Science is a dangerous superpower or even a , either hereditary in which case the afflicted may come from a long line of mad scientists, or transmissible through contagious ideas or experiences.
At times a scientist will show signs of madness, but remain at least loosely allied with the heroes.
As a result, Des Moines residents “will continue to pay an inordinate amount to clean the waters of the Raccoon and Des Moines Rivers that are heavily polluted by agricultural discharge,” Des Moines Water Works CEO Bill Stowe told Iowa Public Radio’s Clay Masters.
Meanwhile, the Iowa Legislature is considering a bill that would disband Des Moines Water Works as an independent entity, placing it under control of the city’s government—a move widely seen as retaliation for filing the lawsuit.
Most Mad Scientists are a Large Ham: some employ Sesquipedalian Loquacity, while others specialize in the Evil Laugh.