[time-nuts] MIT RADIATION LABORATORY SERIES 1940-1945 (28 VOLS) on eBay
jfor at quik.com
Wed Jul 13 13:55:09 UTC 2011
there is a Yahoo Group, MIT-Rad-Lab-Books where you might get lucky on the
There was a complete, scanned set on two CDs around also. The copyright
status is unknown though.
Oh, the books do also cover LORAN (but -A not -C).
> Wow - that's a nice set. I wonder if its really "NOS" (new old stock)
> as advertised - the jacket of one book looks more faded than the
> others. I picked up a set that is pieced together (some ex-library) a
> few years ago for $500. People (family) give me crap about it as a
> waste of money and nerdy, but to me, its no different than art on the
> wall, if not a hell of a lot more practical.
> BTW - the only volume I am missing is 28 (also vol 3 radar beacons,
> which is the ex library copy) - which is the indices that were printed
> later. If anyone has one or an extra (Mike/Paul), I'd be interested
> in it.
> Time nuts? Volume 20 - Electronic Time Measurements (sort of).
> On Tue, Jul 12, 2011 at 11:34 PM, Harlan Stenn <stenn at ntp.org> wrote:
>> Bill Hawkins wrote:
>>> What does this have to do with time, you ask? Why, only that
>>> the passage of time alters men's passions.
>> Yeah, I've had dates like that.
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