April 2017: Fluidics and Stonehenge Vortex
It's April and therefore it's time to confess that there isn't a solstice day vortex generated at Stonehenge, unless you are in the April Fools' Day distortion field. However, there are fluidic components that mimic digital logic gates.
Fluidic logic (fluidics) uses specially designed fluid paths to perform logic operations, such as AND, OR, and NOT gates. In electronics logical operations underpin all the digital devices that depend on CPUs for their brains. Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) we can quickly explore potential fluidic components. Read more >>
Forget all the speculation as to the purpose of Stonehenge. After a detailed CFD study it appears Stonehenge's original purpose was to generate a focused vortex. Read more >>
As I'm sure you suspected the "Stonehenge Vortex Revealed by CFD" story was a figment of the April Fools' Day distortion field. Read more >>