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Yeah if you read it right, the opening paragraph is kindof joshing him, but in a playfully encouraging way. But that's the crappy part of the internet: no cadence!
I feel like I just got a mile-high view of engine architecture, but deeper than I'd ever gone, as someone who never really worked with engines before. That opening rant was a really great tour of the engine.
I hope the author takes your advice, I can only imagine what they'll be capable of once the metal 3D printers come out!