The Turbo Entabulator Explained

Submitted by: CrakrJak 6 years ago in Funny

A clear and concise explanation.
There are 78 comments:
Female 129
Ooooh, he`s kidding that`s why I didn`t understand anything...not that I would if he were actually making sense.
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Male 359
Ace post. Just solid ace.
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Female 3,001
at first i was like "hang on, your getting stuff wrong!"
then i realised he was trolling
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Male 1,287
Talk about an old meme. The turboencabulator goes back to the 40`s, and yes, it`s total bullsh|t
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Male 18
Um...What?
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Male 371

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Male 976
Prefamulated Amulite
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Male 371
How idiosyncratic indeed, to promulgate such rudimentry conceptions is superfulously jocular.
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Male 30
It`s "encabulator" not "entabulator." Simple science IAB. Get it together.
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Male 835
Ledzepp, is that for the lower or upper convolution?
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Female 180
Awesome xD
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Male 1,598
Indeed
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Male 2,384
o it has a hydrocoptic semi gurtle springs? that would totally work in place of the reciprical dinglearm for the fluxing convultion of the bi-trasient semi-conductors
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Male 197
I thought it was supposed to be legit for a couple seconds there.
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Male 90
HAHA 1:28 dinglearm :D
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Male 6,693
Well that explains it.
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Male 1,222
We bought two of them last year, work really great with the nofer trunnions, we hadnt had an issue since then, except for the not so alarming raise of the sinusoidal depleneration, a drawn reciprocating dingle arm has been already ordered, we should be ok with that
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Female 81
Sounds legit to me.....no, the truth is I am the proud owner of an average brain. Which means I`m going back to the drunk chick with the grilled cheese, because I can understand her
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Male 229
ohhhhhhhhhhhh you!! You almost got me with that one!
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Male 405
He still doesn`t fully explain how the Girdle Spring works.
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Male 266
Im studying engineering and first i thought i had forgotten all about last year.
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Male 554
i like the uncontrollable laughter at the end
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Male 235
all i thought was "wow im a waste of a human brain"
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Male 98
I think he got science lessons from The Doctor
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Male 977
used in conjunction with a drawn reciprocation dingle arm to reduce sinusoidal repleneration!?!
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Male 2,552
That was pure genius, I love this to bits. ^^
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Male 566
I know my Novertrunions ran like crap before the installation of the Turbo-Entabulator.
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Male 58
It`s all so simple!
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Male 17,511
"If you can`t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullsh|t", WC Fields
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Male 32
Reminds me of the time my parents tried to explain sex to me....
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Male 4,290
[quote]FFAAAAAAKE! he made ALL those words up![/quote]
Well, not all of them. A lot are real technical words, they just make no sense in that context.

[quote]Ok, when were you sure it was bullpoo?

For me it was about 34 seconds in.[/quote]
11 seconds, at the meaningless sentence "inverse reactive current for use in unilateral phase detractors". My BSc in Electrical Engineering finally comes in handy, as a BS-detector :P
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Male 25,416
I love it
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Male 260
what ever would we do with out those "hydrocoptic marzel veins" with out which we`d have to endure "side fumbling."
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Male 3,332
If I remember my science correctly, he made that whole speech up on the spot. Quite impressive to do with all the technobable, and no mistakes.
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Male 756
FFAAAAAAKE! he made ALL those words up! :-(
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Male 36
The Turboencabulator or turbo-encabulator (and its later incarnation, the retroencabulator or retro-encabulator) is a fictional machine whose alleged existence became an in-joke and subject of professional humor among engineers. The explanation of the supposed product makes extensive use of technobabble.
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Male 4,290
[quote]Too bad I`m a Brain Surgeon, and don`t understand Rocket Science.[/quote]
Was that a Mitchell and Webb reference? Because if so, well played sir.
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Male 674
Sounds like `Anglion` talking.
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Male 440
Clear as mud. Now I understand.
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Male 4
drat you, Mister Scientist!!
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Male 3,076
ooh look at me, I can say big words.
Show off!
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Male 4,290
[quote]Too bad I`m a Brain Surgeon, and don`t understand Rocket Science.[/quote]
Was that a Mitchell and Webb reference? Because if so, well played sir.
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Male 1,744
Supposed reason for the video i heard somewhere on the internet:
The scientist in question was a presenter of new technology for some company (Ford maybe) and before the taping he would spout nonsense to loosen himself up, usually with the camera off; this time someone thought it a good idea to turn the camera on, and now we have this gem....
at least that`s what I`ve heard.
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Female 8,056
Over-rated. This technology will not last.
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Male 10,855
That`s great now get me some prop wash, and fill out an ID-10T form while you`re at it.
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Male 2,516
haha ding-a-lings
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Male 4,546
Ok, when were you sure it was bullpoo?

For me it was about 34 seconds in.
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Male 39,948

The phase induction baring is highly efficient in channeling the energy from the matter/anti-matter converters through the dilithium crysals along warp coils.

woops! Coolant Leak! Bridge!!! We`ve got a Coolant Leek!!!


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Male 2,150

(slaps forehead} Well, duuuhhhhh
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Male 1,505
This is pure genius.
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Male 2,988
quite a mouthful
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Male 3
I don`t see why so many people are doubting the efficacy of this highly developed technology. Clearly the centroidal position of the synovial integrator allows for smoother functioning along a fourier waveform and prevents the luminiferous aether from encroaching over-much into the back-propagating PID vestibule. I am curious as to how the they resolved the earlier issues with the magnetofluxing of the ultracrepidarian restitution generalizer bleeding into the electrocapacitance envelope occurring during the critical chrono-catalytic uptake inhibition phase.
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Male 7,834
we all know this was BS right?
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Male 559
@bacon pie

wat
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Male 295
ITS ALL SO CLEAR NOW!
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Male 174
Turbo-Enturbulator, from Marcab Industries.
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Male 3,060
i played with my dangle arm earlier this morning and the damn thing spit at me.
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Male 749
It`ll never work without a proper disgronification unit. I prefer the topological transfer method, it`s more efficient, and takes care of latent Kries spikes.
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Male 559
:L
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Male 217
Logarithmic Casing? The the **** is that? This is such bullcrap.
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Male 11,739
Magnetoreluctance and capacitive directants are so 1990. Get with the times gramps. Not to mention girdle springs and dingle arms.
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Male 42
This is a BS report wrapped up in nice, shiny, big words. "Natural Motion of Conductors"?!?!?
THEY DON`T HAVE MOTION!
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Male 1,471
I have no idea what it does, but i`m pretty sure i need one! :P
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Male 1,587
The Jabberwoky lives!

Twas brilling in the slithy toves...
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Male 51
Too bad I`m a Brain Surgeon, and don`t understand Rocket Science.
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Female 527
show off
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Female 60
Hee hee...dingle arm.
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Male 15,510
Ill buy three please
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Male 10,440
I suspected it was BS before he rolled out the money. "logarithmic casing"? WTF is a logarithmic casing?
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Male 83
what about the transfluidal interleave mixture?

dah, watch this again,
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Male 322
*watches intently with eyes slightly squinted and thumb and forefinger pressed to chin, raises eyebrows and nods head every eight seconds.*
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Male 5,314
that`s what she said
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Male 904
I thought it was "Encabulator"... Cool technology in any case.
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Male 773
Very clear, I like this guy, he`s like Bill Nye..for grown ups. :)
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Male 142
i`m surprised he made it through that with a straight face. I couldn`t have remembered it much less presented it.
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Male 696
heh...

"two spurving bearings"

heh heh
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Male 341
He said dingle lol..
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Male 17,511
Link: The Turbo Entabulator Explained [Rate Link] - A clear and concise explanation.
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