Mathematics would like to disagree with you. A cube is a sphere (or ball, respectively) with respect to the maximum norm, and there are cubes in Minecraft.

Alright, the solution to the suicidal engines was removing the bucket from the slot, it's a bug. The water display stays on full, although it's actually empty. Removing the bucket helps, and from then on it's properly supplied with water.

> 2. WTF? Whats the point of that??!?!
Minimal example.

I'm doing something terribly wrong I guess. How could the following construction possibly explode? It does nothing but pumping cooling water into iself after all.

(Edit: "I don't like it" is not mathematical reasoning. You might want to look up what a sphere is. And no, I won't rename the topic to "balls" for obvious reasons.)

Minecraft isn't in vector space.
EDIT: Finite vector space.
FURTHER EDIT:
I know you will respond "Minecraft's blocks have coordinates, therefore Minecraft is in coordinate space, which is a vector space."
Problem is, Minecraft has no room for blocks being on coordinates that aren't integers.

The statement itself is right, but your reasoning is wrong. There are integer vector spaces.
I shouldn't have used Z_n but Z_n*Z_m*Z_m as a vector space above, which is what Minecraft is in. Also my metric doesn't map to the field but Z_something. I should correct that.
(And no, coordinates don't imply vector spaces, maps on manifolds and all that.)

All of Minecraft is pretty much pointless, so just because you consider your contraption to be as well that's not really a negative argument. It'a really cool machine.

A single pulse can easily be produced by hooking one input to both input ends of an implies gate. The following one should be 1T long. However, it works on rising edge only.

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> 2. WTF? Whats the point of that??!?!

Minimal example.

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Fuel, the yellow stuff, via buckets. Should I use oil?

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... and then some more.

Meh. Any ideas?

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Yes, combustion. Pneumatic? Huh? Is there some manual to read up on that? Googling for tutorials didn't help much :\

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(Edit: "I don't like it" is not mathematical reasoning. You might want to look up what a sphere is. And no, I won't rename the topic to "balls" for obvious reasons.)

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The statement itself is right, but your reasoning is wrong. There are integer vector spaces.

I shouldn't have used Z_n but Z_n*Z_m*Z_m as a vector space above, which is what Minecraft is in. Also my metric doesn't map to the field but Z_something. I should correct that.

(And no, coordinates don't imply vector spaces, maps on manifolds and all that.)

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Edit:

That's a formula to calculate 180, and the cosine is redundant.

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