The wheels of progress are always turning. And, if Eastern Christian High School’s STEAM program’s recent development are any indication, those wheels will likely soon be powered by the Turbo Encabulator.
Developed by a team of senior EC STEAM students headed up by Evan-Dean Howes, the Turbo Encabulator would not only supply inverse reactive current for use in unilateral phase detractors, but would also be capable of automatically synchronizing Cardinal Grahameters!
Presented at his recent senior STEAM exhibition, Howes articulated- in meticulous detail- the process of creating this device which, he claims, could “Singlehandedly reduce the florescent score motion typically required with a drawn reciprocation dingle arm to reduce sinusoidal deplanaration.” The device, whose output far exceeded early project hypotheses, will no doubt allow for the use of anhydrous nangling pins, enabling a kryptonaptic bowling shim to be tankered at any point necessary.
For a full summary of this ingenious device, and for the opportunity to purchase your own EC STEAM Program Turbo Encabulator, check out EC’s Turbo Encabulator hub.
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