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Visions of the future from the first half of the 20th century
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Visions of the future from the first half of the 20th century

Visions of the future from the first half of the 20th century

(37 pics) How the future was supposed to be, as imagined by science and mechanics magazines.

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TheBob TheBob (1600 days ago)
Latest comment: #4 LINK
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Guest: rossglory (1600 days ago)
#3 - Debunking Poison Gas War Scares! that was very prescient given the wmd shenanigans before the iraq war.
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#3 - Debunking Poison Gas War Scares! that was very prescient given the wmd shenanigans before the iraq war.
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Guest: mongo19696 (1600 days ago)
#9 is something that has been done before. I've seen the black & white pics
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#9 is something that has been done before. I've seen the black & white pics
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cengland0 cengland0 (1600 days ago)
#17 still has the name and address of the subscriber. Interesting they didn't have a zip code and the state is spelled out instead of abbreviated. No numbered address on RD 2. Means this issue is probably pre-1963. A quick google search shows it's from January 1957. LINK
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#17 still has the name and address of the subscriber. Interesting they didn't have a zip code and the state is spelled out instead of abbreviated. No numbered address on RD 2. Means this issue is probably pre-1963. A quick google search shows it's from January 1957. LINK
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