Ah! My brain hurts!
What she basically said was that the mythical equivalent of a heavy rotating wheel that energy has to be synced with a similar wheel in another dimension. After that it’ll run for a lot longer than the official limit of the calendar machine.
My brain meats! @_@
that sounds like something from invader zim, and reminded me of this jump to 1:20, it starts soon after that. and i’m sorry its upside down.
oh so like placing a moving gear next to a nonmoving gear in order to get them to work?
Ah Techno-babble… Making non-engineers and technicians feel stupid since the 1960. 😀
But the advantage is that the techs and engineers can speak precisely and accurately with a minimum of confusion. Much like any good jargon.
Yep, makes perfect sense. For those that are not engineers or car buffs…basically, two parts need to be synchronized so they don’t hit each other on the cycle. A good example is the fuel injection system of a car (shelly’s timing belt analogy).
The piston cylinder in the engine block has a piston on one end that moves essentially the full length of the cylinder, supported on a shaft that, as it rotates, moves it in and out. On the other end are two valves that open by extending into the clinder (one for the fuel, the other for exhaust). If the valves are open when the cylinder hits full extension (as far into the cylinder as possible), the piston head can hit the valve covers with very bad results for the car. The valves are controlled by another rotating shaft. The timing belt (or chain, in more modern cars) keeps the shafts in sync so that your engine doesn’t tear itself apart.
Obscurantion by elucidation.
Shelly learned it from Tina
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