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These Fabulous Tools Unlock the Atom's Secrets
By Thomas E. Stimson, Jr. THE RESEARCH TEAMS that discovered atomic energy are probing deeper into the heart of the atom today and there's a good chance that other exciting, though unpredictable, discoveries will be made. Basically, the physicists are trying to find the true fundamental particles of which the atom (and hence the universe) is composed. Once it was thought that the atom itself answered this definition; now it is known that the atom contains a bundle of assorted particles or bits of energy in its structure.
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THREE-DIMENSIONAL TELEVISION SYSTEM
By Paul A. O'Neal YOUR FIRST LOOK at 3-D TV will be just as startling and realistic as when you first viewed the new 3-D movies at your local motion-picture theater. Three-dimensional vision is actually easy to accomplish on television. Whereas in cinematography there are many problems in producing 3-D in large auditoriums, TV can be utilized in a small room and need provide for only a few viewers at any one time. There is no need for using two films and keeping them matched, and no wide-angle screen or throw-away Polaroid glasses are required.
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Pocket-Size Wire Recorder
Seems like you’d need a pretty big pocket if that hand holding it is any indication Pocket-Size Wire Recorder PERHAPS one of the most sensational units to appear on the wire-recorder scene recently is a complete battery-operated recorder, 6-3/4x 4-3/8 x l-1/2 in. in size. It records, erases and plays back through a pair of […]
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Growing Blanket of Carbon Dioxide Raises Earth's Temperature
Normally I don’t post articles without pictures, but this one just floored me. This little blurb from 53 years ago perfectly sums up the greenhouse effect and global warming. Growing Blanket of Carbon Dioxide Raises Earth’s Temperature Earth’s ground temperature is rising 1-1/2 degrees a century as a result of carbon dioxide discharged from the […]
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HOUSE FOR THE ATOMIC AGE
This is a pretty cool house, if you go for the woodland-critter, industrial-flintstones look. As far as I can tell the only real feature it has that is in any way associated with “atomic protection” is the bomb shelter. However, the fact that the bomb shelter must be entered by swimming through a tunnel in […]
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Grip Snip
Man, that woman gets really excited about pliers!
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Hang your kids out the window
This is completely insane. Apartment-Window Cage Protects English Tots Enclosed in a wire cage suspended from an apartment window, English children play in the sunlight and fresh air while their mothers are busy with housework. The cage, made of wire netting is strongly braced and is guarded on the apartment side by a cloth net […]
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