But it turns out representations of "synergy" or technology with gears are also often depicted in ways that just don't work. If you have an odd number of gears in a plane all enmeshed they will be locked and immobile because gears in this configuration transfer motion by reversing it. The last gear will be "trying" to move in opposite directions at the same time.
And the only way to go in two opposite directions at the same time (I guess) is to add a dimension as Henry Segerman shows with these very cool gears.
This is a quite amazing interview with Ray Bradbury, in which he talks about the amazing power of Imagination and Myth. Well-worth the 30 minute diversion.
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