The Remington Model 11/Browning Auto-5, designed by John F. Browning, was the first autoloading shotgun produced in the USA by Remington, from 1905-1947.
A Cathode Ray Tube is a large glass vacuum tube with an electron gun beaming light onto a fluorescent screen.
Morphogenesis - literally, the "beginning of shape."
One of Alan Turing's last papers was on morphogenesis and the capacity of all life forms to develop ever more baroque bodies out of simple beginnings.
This is a reference to Descartes' concept of mind-body dualism: the mind is the ghost in the machine.
The phrase was coined in 1949 by Gilbert Ryle, and used by Arthur Koestler as the title of a 1967 book.