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How Engineer and Cartoonist Rube Goldberg Became an Adjective

Cartoonist Goldberg used his engineering training to design fictional machines, and the inspiration for his inventions came from an intricate machine one of his professors designed for students to calculate the weight of the Earth. Goldberg said his inventions were “symbols of man’s capacity for exerting maximum effort accomplish minimum results.”

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