Popular Mechanics

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Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether itís practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.
  

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Contents

Wanted, jobs for a trillion new chemicals
81
Fluorocarbons
Helicopter forecast from England
88
Helicopters
Aerial cable car pulls itself along
90
Cable railroads
Science tackles the sixth sense
91
Clairvoyance, Horses (Training), Extrasensory perception
Treasure hunting is good business
97
Treasure trove
Pipe organ oil driller
160
Oil well drilling
London's post-office railway
164
Postal service (Great Britain), SUBWAYS (conduits)
Adding the final touch
165
House decoration, Exterior
Build a desk for your typewriter
168
Desks
Cookie, 15|.
179
Ship and boat models

'52 Ford rolls out
102
Automobiles
Atomic reactor makes electricity
105
Nuclear energy (Economic aspects)
Report on the foreign cars
106
Floyd Clymer; d. 1970, Automobile industry (Europe), Automobiles
Nylon trappings for cowboy trade
111
Harness
Bottom of the barrel
112
Conservation of resources, United States (Industries)
Army meets the big A.
118
Nuclear warfare
From boot to electronic whiz-kid
123
United States Navy (Education)
Spider-leg catamaran
130
Catamarans
I was the gadgeteer for a tv madhouse
134
Jim MCNAMARA, Gadgets
Ten-jet troop carrier
138
Airplanes, Military transport
Chalk sculptor
139
Leonard RESNICK, Carving (Art industry)
Mexican safari
144
Mexico (Antiquities)
Beetle fights a battle
148
Beetles, St. John's wort
Test gun fires tiny missiles
151
Aviation research
Sports cars take over the town
152
Automobile racing, Automobiles, Racing

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