What Really Sank the Titanic - Popular Science - February 1995
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- Total Recall
Is there a computer yet invented that absolutely everyone would use? Xerox scientists ore betting on small, wearable computers that automatically remember what you do. Here's a preview of perhaps the next computer revolution.
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- What Really Sank The Titanic
The great ship whose name is synonymous with disaster was designed to take three days to sink öfter o collision. It went down in three hours. What went wrong? New scientific analyses of the wreck reveal the answer in this exclusive story. Six points to ponder of Titanic's race to the bottom of the ocean on April 12-13 11:40 pm to 2:56 am.
Researchers are using biomechanics to analyze what happens from the moment a golfer picks up a club until the ball drops into the cup—hopefully in par or less.
- It's The Battery, Stupid!
Just who's fooling whom? California's zero emission mandate is a masterpiece of flowed, bureaucratic thinking. The low is way ahead of battery technology at its best.
- Family Values
Value is the theme of the New American Home for 1995.
The latest entry in the annual series of live-in homes showcases how new building techniques con be combined with practicality and technology in a house made for family living.
- The Low-Cost Side of Luxury
We round up four sporty sedans—the Mercedes-Benz C280, Saab 900SE, Volvo 850 Turbo, and Mazda Millenia S—to prove you can drive in luxury without paying a king's ransom, and without incurring the government's luxury excise tax.
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- February 1995
- A Times Mirror Magazine
- Founded in 1872
- Volume 246
- Number 2
- Cover Illustration by Ken Marschall