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“An article in Popular Mechanics suggests some historical absurdities which future authors may attempt to perpetrate on the gullible public.”
“See, for example, this 1987 article in Popular Mechanics about the Space Shuttle program in the aftermath of the Challenger disaster in which retired Mercury and Apollo 7 astronaut Wally Schirra complains about women scientists and non-test pilots in the program (who he seems to equate with engineers):”
“Mr. Abu Rahmah, a coordinator of the Bil'in Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements, was initially charged with stone throwing and arms possession.”
“Glenn Reynolds points to a piece in Popular Mechanics that compares the cost of alternative fuels for cars.”
“BOOK: Finbar, a normal kid widely regarded as the Less Hot Twin, develops a genuine allergy to sunlight and then lets girls admiring of Certain Popular Vampire Books think he is a vampire in order to impress the girl of his dreams.”
“Or we can go August of 1958 in Popular Mechanics, where it says: This car has electric brains.”
“After reading about the Altair 8800 in Popular Mechanics magazine, two young software engineers named Bill Gates and Paul Allen contacted Roberts and asked if they could design and sell software for the computer.”
“Now 49 and head of Jimi Hendrix's Seattle-based estate, she brought one of the musician's custom-made coats and two replica guitars to the museum Wednesday for an upcoming exhibit, "Up Where We Belong: Native Musicians in Popular Culture," which opens in July. tags: black indians, dinocorns mood: sleepy”
“Â Rumors have persisted that the Air Force has moved Area 51, but this is from a poorly researched article in Popular Mechanics.”
“I just read in Popular Mechanics that the Energy Department gave Fisker and Tesla a combined total of about $1 billion in loans to create the new generation of alternative energy autos.”
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