"Mincer animation". Well, cool - you get to see a gargantuous 6 frames from the original 2000. Oh well, it still looks cool...

Well it all starts off reasonable enough. A batch of magnets drops in at the top left and top right... That red thing in the middle left is the mincer slicer - it rotates and moves around in a bizzare wavey motion. Things start to heat up as further 'loads' of magnets plummet into their various compartments. Believe me, when it's all in motion, it looks terrific. Notice the counters; 149 have so far fallen into the left section.
For a bit of variety, a comet rushes down and strikes the magnets. Notice the white-hot glow as the magnets cram next to each other. Meanwhile, 23 magnets have fallen into the middle section. Danger - the warp gravity compartment is in danger of a warp core breach. The 'reactor' atom rotates madly slinging any magnet unfortunate to get in its way off into hyper space!
Too late! Explosion occurs and acid rain falls down. Meanwhile the left section is becoming quite congested. Everything in chaos as the full blast of the expolsion is in full swing. That left section still continues to fill...

I could've seen what happens next, but the program was running at a very pain-stakingly slow 0.001 frames per second, so I aborted the program shortly after this point.
When computers get super fast in the future I can't wait to run this same program through it!