Virgillian Snodgrass
Wallace Q. Snodgrass
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Machines at Work


At the Snodgrass Observatory, we take pride in using machines which contain state of the art technology, metaphysical principalia, cutting-edge componentry, and Intrinsic Logic Circuitry (ILC). More detailed descriptions of each of the machines below are found on pages 45-48 in the Snodgrass Observatory book.

Click on a title below to hear that machine at work.

A highly complex apparatus which is used for analyzing soils of all dispositions and compositions. Since a multitude of other functions are possible, the full glory of the Zerb's potential has not yet been realized.

A robust sucker tube which transports soil specimens from Port and Starboard plots into either the Condensing Chamber or the Infrared Zerb.

A potent sucker tube which transports soil specimens from Port and Starboard plots into either the Condensing Chamber or the Infrared Zerb.

A surly sucker tube which transports soil specimens from Port and Starboard plots into either the Condensing Chamber or the Infrared Zerb.

An essential workhorse which is used to pulverize, bloon, and spin soil into a compacted state. In doing so, the soil is demagnetized and any contaminants are removed.

A handheld device used for filtering and siphoning soil impurities and ground scum.