[time-nuts] 1968 Scientific American Magazine: Cesium ClockStandards

Francis Grosz fgrosz at otiengineering.com
Wed Dec 10 13:18:25 EST 2014


If you go to the amasci.com link they have a CD with all of the Amateur
Scientist columns in it.  It was amazing what some of those guys did way
back then in a garage or basement.

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That link leads to "Semester At Sea" -- but a little googling finds
something useful: http://amasci.com/

I think the biggest loss from Scientific America was Martin Garners
Mathematics Puzzles. Everything from LISP to Conway's Game of Life...



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