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Old 02-27-2011, 04:27 PM   #1
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I had not intended to publish this project yet but competitive pressures have made it necessary to advertise my intent before completion to prevent imitators and usurpers. Here is an early spec sheet and a few photos of the Retro Encabulator in development. A full build thread may follow if successful.

Specifications:

Dual double-acting flux injectors with semi-boloid chambers
arranged in an unconventional Lotus nDelta configuration.
Quad spurthing bearings to eliminate side fumbling of the spiral decomutator.
Omnidirectional phase detractors on all controls.*
Cast iron valve with hydrocoptic Marzal vanes.
Concealed Dingle arm to control sinusoidal depleneration.
Power take-off at either end via an ambifacient lunar wane-shaft.


*At this scale, no attempt has been made to emulate cardinal grammeter synchronization.


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Old 02-27-2011, 04:42 PM   #2
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CJ,
I haven't a clue what you have described.....but it sounds/looks good

Does this item work in conjuction with a Flux Capacitor on a DeLorean?



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Old 02-27-2011, 04:45 PM   #3
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I had not noticed the Giant Starfish that had wandered into the frame on the second picture above but it useful to show scale. This species is common in Central Florida and measures about 18" from across. They are a nuisance but we get use to them.

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I haven't a clue what you have described.....but it sounds/looks good

Does this item work in conjuction with a Flux Capacitor on a DeLorean?
No John, it doesn't. It was originally conceived to work with long molecule Leerium but the government confiscated all supplies of Leerium in the early '70s. The design as envisioned would be suitable to use with super heated hydrogen dioxide but due to the inherent danger will more likely be powered by a high pressure mixture of 80% nitrogen and 20% oxygen

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Can we assume that you will publish plans here when complete and after all patent issues have been resolved.
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will more likely be powered by a high pressure mixture of 80% nitrogen and 20% oxygen
Funy I use almost the same fuel for my tin can turbine. Slightly less nitrogen a tad more oxygen and small amounts of argon co2 , helium neon etc and a bit of Dihodogen monoxide gas for good measure.
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Yes. Complete plans will be posted with all relevant parts redacted. Patent application my be difficult because little (if anything) is known about the underlying operating principles.

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Won't the dingle arm need to reciprocate to provide the proper sinusoidal depleneration?

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Won't the dingle arm need to reciprocate to provide the proper sinusoidal depleneration?
I don't think so, it's very difficult to mechanicalise sinusoidal reciprocation especially when you must consider the variation in depleneration which if my understanding is correct should remain constant. I think that the thread which holds the dingle arm will be strong enough and this topic together with the arm will remain gyroscopically fixed to true north effectively preventing reciprocation other than a further reply.

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P.S. For further clarification reference should be made to "Bob's Glossary of Useless Knowledge." Of course you will require clearance from the relevant authorities before this document is accessible as it contains large amounts of sensitive as well as de-sensitising material.
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"P.S. For further clarification reference should be made to "Bob's Glossary of Useless Knowledge." Of course you will require clearance from the relevant authorities before this document is accessible as it contains large amounts of sensitive as well as de-sensitising material."


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