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  1. a British monthly journal of topical and popular science articles published from 1929 to 1940

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  2. ceased publication because of wartime paper shortages

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  3. The first editor was A. Percy Bradley, a mechanical engineer associated with Brooklands, then Professor A. M. Low

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  4. Issue one included: “Wonders of the Night Sky”; “How Flowers Breed and How they Fade”; “We Eat Bad Cheese, and why not Bad Meat?”

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  5. and “What is Noise?”

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