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          <rev contentformat="text/x-wiki" contentmodel="wikitext" xml:space="preserve">{{Glossary}}
'''Reanimation''' is a [[reaction]] performed by a [[convoy]] of [[spaceship]]s (or other moving objects) which converts a common stationary object into a [[glider]] without harming the convoy. This provides one way for [[signal]]s that have been [[frozen]] in place by some previous reaction to be released for use.

Simple reactions using period 4 [[speed of light|c]]/2 spaceships have been found for reanimating a [[block]], [[boat]], [[beehive]], [[ship]], [[loaf]], [[bi-block]], or [[toad]]. The most interesting of these is for a beehive since it seems to require an unusual p4 spaceship:

|pname        = reanimationbeehive
|position     = center
|caption      = Reanimation of a [[beehive]]

Reanimation of a [[loaf]] is used many times in the [[Caterloopillar]]. It is also used in the [[Caterpillar]] as part of its [[catch and throw]] mechanism. Finally, reanimation can produce [[rake]]s from some [[puffer]]s. See [[stop and restart]] for a similar idea that applies to [[Herschel conduit]]s and other [[signal]] [[circuitry]].

There are small objects which have no known reanimation reactions using c/2 ships other than the brute force method of hitting them with the output of [[rake]]s. 

==Also see==
* [[Fly-by deletion]]

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          <rev contentformat="text/x-wiki" contentmodel="wikitext" xml:space="preserve">{{Glossary}}
A '''reburnable fuse''' is a a very rare type of [[fuse]] whose output is identical to its input, possibly with some spatial and/or temporal offset; see [[lightspeed wire]] for an example. Reburnable fuses are used primarily in the construction of fixed-[[speed]] [[self-supporting]] [[macro-spaceship]]s, where the speed of the fuse's burning reaction becomes the speed of the spaceship. Examples include the [[Caterpillar]], [[Centipede]], and [[waterbear]].

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