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Lindbergh's Artificial Heart: More Fascinating True Stories from Einstein's Refrigerator
Several years ago, a New York high school teacher began using the Internet to post strange-but-true history and science factoids for his students to read. What began as an interesting Web site for students at Chatham High School soon became an internationally recognized page that garnered numerous awards, including Yahoo's Site of the Week. In 2001, some of the stories wer ...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published May 13th 2011 by Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC
(first published April 2nd 2003)
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A book if fascinating stories that we usually don't ever hear about. One that was familiar was about Philo Farnsworth inventing television and losing out on the credit for doing so by RCA. I live in a neighboring town where television was invented.