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An actual Turing machine

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  1. Mumbodog

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    neat! I like to think my analysis tends to be "Turing complete". :D LOL

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    I especially liked the last comment in the article.

    "So, in summation: Wow, Mike. You win. I'm never making anything again"

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    Reminds me of one such device created on a hardware board at Brandies University in Waltham, MA years ago - sometime in the 70s as I recall.

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