A mechanical computational device, conceived of by Terran mathematician / inventor Charles Babbage in 1833. Designed to perform any arithmetic operation, and to string many such operations together. It stored instructions for the operations on coded punched cards and could output the data in a variety of forms. Current analytical engines are greatly reduced in size due to micro mechanical fabrication techniques such as the Ætherscriber. The linking together of multiple analytical engines through a Multi Engine Administration (MEA) control system has allowed for true mechanical intelect. Small analytical engins are referred to as Micro-mechanical Analysis Contrivances or MACs which may retain a plurality of programs and data using Micro Interferometric Plates or MIPs. The main templates for the programming of large computational engines is the Ada Loveless Ingram Template (ALIT) which carries the mental prowess and understanding of Earth's greatest computational genius. The mental ingrams of the programming genius was captured with the first spectramentaphone or mind/engine interface device.