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- n. Alternative spelling of servomechanism.
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What we know also indicates that life is particulate, not ghost-like, but that all information and complexity in the universe is entangled in the sub-microscopic, and that there may well be a servo-mechanism process in the universe which we see as serendipity … factors other than chance appearing and operating in our lives … as the result of the electomagnetic “collective consciousness” of all informational complexity.
Every robot that I've ever met was a simple servo-mechanism or a computerized calculator.
He had Bluebelt cancel the Lensmen's call and learned why help had been delayed from Velantia II or III; the home planets were having their hands full-there had been a serious epidemic of "servo-mechanism malfunctions."
The project stopped right there until somebody thought of that most perfect servo-mechanism: a sixty-pound midget.
I was being held by a statue of bronze, animated by some monster servo-mechanism.