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Feb 23 16 1:07 AM

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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

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Easy Talk

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Mar 7 16 4:06 PM

My youngest son loves science and will be thrilled he can download some old science magazines. I’m also interested in learning Morse Code and will download this edition for myself.

Last Edited By: Easy Talk Mar 14 16 3:10 PM. Edited 1 time.

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Cristian

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Mar 9 16 1:17 PM

I didn't know that they offered this now. Popular Science magazine was one of my favorites when I was younger. My son also gets really excited about science topics, especially anything to do with weather and space. I'll have to download these later and show them to him.

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Access Time

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Mar 14 16 3:29 PM

When I was in school my parents had a subscription to the magazine. I spent hours reading and learning about different subjects. I’m interested in downloading the information about ham radio.

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