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    Some warbird mechanic humor...

    Courtesy of the Fort Worth Vintage Flying Museum. This guy is GOOD!

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    Video shows up on my pc, but not my ipad. Weird. Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOV0v...eature=related

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    The turboencabulator was first "discovered" in 1942. GE continued its "development" and issued an "official" GE data sheet in 1962 of which I have a copy made on a thermal copier (if anyone here is old enough to remember such archaic technology) shortly thereafter. If you lookup "turboencabulator" on Wikipedia, you can see a much better copy of pages 801 of GE Instruments HBK-8359 than I have. Unfortunately, page 802 isn't there, probably because it wasn't suitable for family reading. There is a Rockwell Automation retro turboencabulator video on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXJKdh1KZ0w
    Bill

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