turbo encabulation in the social sciences: the first six decades
to enhance the minnversity's research infrastructure, i'm working up a proposal to purchase a $3.5 million dedicated turbo encabulator for use in the social sciences.
i wouldn't have done this a few years ago, given the sinusoidal depleneration problems of early units. with rockwell's introduction of a retro encabulator, however, improvements in the panendermic semi-boloid slots have reduced side fumbling, while yielding marked improvement in the performance and reliability of the manestically spaced grouting brushes.
as any motorhead knows, chrysler engineering was first to bring turbo encabulator technology into mass production during the 1980s. as is often the case, however, the basic principles of turbo encabulation were presaged decades earlier. it is all there in the original text: j.h. quick's groundbreaking 1946 paper in the institute of electrical engineers, students quarterly journal volume 25.
while turbo encabulators are rarely employed in sociological research, they yield sufficiently robust spiral decommutation in criminological investigations to assess the modial interactions of both magneto-reluctance and capacitive directance.