diagram for earthquake machine, aka diagram for earthquake machine and earthquake machine
The diagram looks like a copy of a copy of a very old document. It details how to make a variable frequency oscilator that with automatically try and operate at the correct frequency to induce tremors.
It tells you how to make an earthquake machine with the following components:
- 1 - soda keg
- 1 - hydraulic cylinder
- 1 - tube of buckey lube
- 2 - short lengths of copper wire
- 1 - confabulator
- 3 - microprocessors
- 2 - circuit boards
- 1 - chrome hubcap
- 1 - electromagnetic dissipation assembly
- 2 - lead bars
- 2 - o-rings
- 1 - condenser coil
- 1 - ballast assembly
- 1 - electromagnetic motor
- 1 - flywheel assembly
- 1 - servomotor
- 4 - broken battery packs
- 1 - broken LCD
- 1 - superconductor ring
- 1 - keypad circuit
- 2 - small spools of q-adhesive micro-slicing fiber
- 1 - class III laser
- 6 - clear tamagotchis
You realize you could make this without needing a workbench.
Making this would take expertise in craft.
In the upper right corner is a note: 'First discovered by Dr. Athas.'
It weighs about 100 grams. It is a electromech benchless recipe. You think it might fetch about $4,100 on the market.