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Oldies Not Necessarily Goodies

The June 2017 issue of Smithsonian, like so many periodicals of the day┬ásuch as┬áPopular Mechanics, Popular Science, and Popular Woolgathering, is focused on the future. A contrarian by nature, I tend to regard such stargazing in a manner like Evelyn … Continue reading

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Peculiar Science

There was a time when the articles in Popular Science succinctly explained new technical advances and inventions to the general public. Quite a few readers of the March/April 2016 issue are apt to be more bewildered than enlightened by some … Continue reading

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