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Summer 2006


Volume 22, Issue 1

FEATURES

The deadly business of inventing the modern explosives industry
In World War II, some of the Navy’s most important craft were not ships, subs, or planes
Old television sets can be just as awkwardly beautiful as old television shows

They were the most colossal examples of America’s can-do wartime technology—and a few of them are still around

A brilliantly simple device saves thousands of lives a year using technology borrowed from the oil industry

You’ve probably never heard of it—but it may well have saved your life

Old television sets can be just as awkwardly beautiful as old television shows

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