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A reaction that produces a large amount of complicated junk which is difficult to control or use is said to be '''dirty'''. Many basic [[puffer]] engines are dirty and need to be [[tame]]d by accompanying [[spaceship]]s in order to produce [[clean]] (i.e., not dirty) output. For example, [[puffer 1]] is by itself dirty, but it can be modified and accompanied by additional spaceships to produce [[backrake 2]], which is clean.
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A reaction that produces a large amount of complicated junk which is difficult to control or use is said to be '''dirty'''. Many basic [[puffer]] engines are dirty and need to be [[tame]]d by accompanying [[spaceship]]s in order to produce [[clean]] (i.e., not dirty) output. For example, [[puffer 2]] is by itself dirty, but it can be modified and accompanied by additional spaceships to produce [[backrake 2]], which is clean.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
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{{LinkLexicon|lex_d.htm#dirty}}

Latest revision as of 02:56, 24 July 2020

A reaction that produces a large amount of complicated junk which is difficult to control or use is said to be dirty. Many basic puffer engines are dirty and need to be tamed by accompanying spaceships in order to produce clean (i.e., not dirty) output. For example, puffer 2 is by itself dirty, but it can be modified and accompanied by additional spaceships to produce backrake 2, which is clean.

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