Fermilab is a capacitor inside of another capacitor... A scanning tunneling electron microscope can make just one minor delicate adjustment to the orientation of that capacitor and then 'freeze the needle'... Well, that capacitor is like a spool and a chaotic series of events follows after the spinning process begins... I can follow my understanding of the process, I don't know how it correlates to Fermilab's implementation of their process. Ultimately, what it comes down to is that I'm always going to apply pressure given that I'm under a scanning tunneling electron microscope... A vastly superior design is possible given my expertise with knots and since science continuously drags their ass with respect to knots... Spiral structures lead to this premise, so don't blame me for it... It isn't as if existing technology doesn't have any relevant application elsewhere... Skunk probably needs it, so give it to them.