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2020-07-03 5:00:11 PM  
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2020-07-03 11:26:33 PM  
Cool.

I have a small collection of older math and science textbooks, 1880's to 1960's They really are amazingly practical.  When I was in college, I often got hung up on things that were presented too academically.

Two small books from 1930 taught geometry and calculus better than the weight I had to lug around in college.  The physics text book I have from 1940 is funny because it introduces newly discovered particles called "neutrons."
 
2020-07-04 12:51:25 AM  
If we drop Jodie Foster through the middle of the device will we get 18 hours of blank pages to show for it ?
 
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