X-Message-Number: 8521
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 09:58:09 -0700 (PDT)
From: John K Clark <>
Subject: Analog Computing


        >>Light moves at 300,000,000 meters a second, signals in the brain
        >>move at 100, lots of room for improvement.
        >"John P. Pietrzak" <>
        >Maybe.  Of course, you're still talking digital signal here. What if
        >it's an analog computation?  

Welcome to the exciting world of analog computing. Thanks to the new Heath 
Kit Home Study Course, you can build your very own analog computer in the  
privacy of your own home. Make big bucks! Amaze your friends! Be a hit at  
parties! This is a true analog computer folks, no wimpey pseudo analog stuff 
here, this baby can handle infinity.

Before we begin construction there are a few helpful hints I'd like to pass 
along. Always keep your workplace neat and clean.  Make sure your computer is 
cold, as it will not operate at any finite temperature above absolute zero. 
Use only analog substances and processes, never use digital things like  
matter, energy, momentum, spin, or electrical charge when you build your 
analog computer. 

Now that we've got those minor points out of the way we can start to build 
your analog computer. 

Step One: Repeal the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. 

Step Two: Use any infinitely accurate measuring stick you have handy and ...

Step Infinity: ...
                                             John K Clark     

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