Women And Machines: How Everything Works

I was always enthralled with all things mechanical and mighty fascinated with people who invented them. Painstakingly, I compiled several animated .gif images for this post. These animations came from the same Russian web site – someone else already scrupulously assembled these images on one page for other people’s viewing pleasure.

Granted, I could’ve simply provided a link to the webpage where these came from. There wasn’t much in term of text that needed translation. Why did I bother? Well, in the spirit of full confession, I’ll admit that the site that so conveniently houses these images has plenty of other stuff I wouldn’t want to either view, recommend or associate with my blog.  So there.

I updated this page days after it was first posted, assembling the pictures into a slide show. When every image in the post is set in motion —  spinning, firing, zooming in and out or up and down — one might feel like setting oneself in motion as well,  getting up, spinning around and zooming out and away.

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And, of course, the iconic image of the mechanics of Woman’s Brains, one of the most notable inventions of Mother Nature.

Woman is apparatus like no other — a natural calculator of sorts: she can quickly add problems, subtract time, multiply troubles and divide property. She can Clear All and start over

Woman’s intuition is a natural phenomenon, but the crown achievement of Divine Wisdom is woman’s logic. Men need women because… well, because not everything could be blamed on a government.

Here it is, a plain and easy to understand animation of this marvel: Woman’s Mind in all its adorable simplicity.  Voilà!

Woman's Brain

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2 comments on “Women And Machines: How Everything Works

  1. Yes, mechanical devices could have multiple uses: a specific task or design (all cases, but the last), or conceptual explanation of a complex system (woman’s mind)

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