Friday, January 27, 2012

WORD OF THE DAY! 1/27/12



schematics [skeh-mat-ikz]
noun
1. A structural or procedural diagram/design.

EX. The above schematics of a Pokéball explains the technical processes that allow a pokéball to function, as well as the different varieties of pokéballs one may find across the various regions of the Pokémon world, their values, and specialized functions.

The process that allows pokéballs to operate is adequately summarized in the second diagram. Such devices have two functions; the transfer of matter into energy and the management of complex data storage.

Every time you capture a Pokémon or return one to a pokéball, the creature is, in fact, destroyed or deconstructed. Their genetic structure and experiences are turned into energy, the energy is store in complex processors in the poké ball and when you release a Pokémon, the creature is reconstructed by turning energy into matter that is, for all intensive purposes, the same creature that the ball deconstructed.

A similar process is used in the Star Trek transporter system and Willie Wonka's Shrink Machine.

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