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Popular Science Magazine (1872 - Now) in Google Books

This is fantastic: Google Book Search has full copies of Popular Science magazine, dating back to 1872, available for you to read online.

The very first issue, May to October 1872, covers such topics as The Study of Sociology (by Herbert Spencer, no less - he coined the term "survival of the fittest"), The Recent Eclipse of the Sun, Science and Immortality, and so on.

Link - Thanks Philipp Lenssen!


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For some reason I can't register to your website. I get a message that that my E-mail address is invalid. Please advise.

I'm trying to find the issue that had the plans for a gas engine powered model airplane called "Miss Sicence" or "Miss Scientific" Around 1941,1942 or 1943.

Thanks

Charlie Calvert
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I am hunting for the issue of your magazine that did an article on 'HOW-TO' build SOLAR PANELS. Do you know which issue that was? I would appreciate it if you would e-mail me that information.
sincerely, Norma E. Mizer
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Science Probe, of which I was lucky enough to start with premier issue, was great in my opinon but it lasted a very short time. Reason stated : "Too many other publications to keep that one going." Rats....
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