Members | Sign In
AllForums > Off-topic
avatar

Popular Science Magazine download

posted Feb 23, 2016 05:16:53 by Isaac

Popular Science Magazine

Popular Science magazine has partnered with Google to offer their entire 140-year archive for free browsing, it includes some amateur radio related articles

March 1932, p78 Learn Morse Code
http://www.popsci.com/archive-viewer?id=4icDAAAAMBAJ&pg=72&query=ham%20radio

November 1941 p78 The Hams Join Up features Kay Kibling W2HXQ
http://www.popsci.com/archive-viewer?id=nCcDAAAAMBAJ&pg=78&query=ham%20radio

May 1961 p112 How Earth Radio Would Launch ICBM's
http://www.popsci.com/archive-viewer?id=ViYDAAAAMBAJ&pg=112&query=ham%20radio

Popular Science Magazine Archive
http://www.popsci.com/archives
page   1
3 replies
avatar
Mike Standin said Feb 23, 2016 07:51:09
The science nerd in me is happy now. This is going to be fun.......browsing through nearly one hundred years of change.

Thank you for the information.
[Last edited Feb 23, 2016 07:51:37]
avatar
RyanScotts said Feb 23, 2016 08:21:17
I clicked on the 1961 link and that was a blast form the past. Fascinating how far we have come in such a short span of time.
Let this monkey go. Let the senses go. Let desires go. Let conflicts go. Let ideas go. Let the fiction of life and death go. Just remain in the center, watching. And then forget that you are there.

~Lao Tzu
avatar
LettingGo said Feb 24, 2016 16:32:48
I appreciate the heads up. This is truly a step into the direction of how science and all culture should be. We are able to expand on our knowledge much more exponentially when ideas and experiences are free for the taking as to add in more perspective. Love the 1932 post on Morse code!
Login below to reply: