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Popular Science No. J-8-4: Air Force Fire Fighters (1949)

Approved | | Short, News | 29 April 1949 (USA)
Arthur Hammestein, a retired theatrical producer, at the age of 75, has a hobby of practical science, and has invented a non-clogging salt dispenser. In Chile, coal is mined from under the ... See full summary »

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Arthur Hammestein, a retired theatrical producer, at the age of 75, has a hobby of practical science, and has invented a non-clogging salt dispenser. In Chile, coal is mined from under the seas, and modern science is utilized to mine the coal. Then, science is used make make liquid motor-fuel from a corncob. And back in the USA, at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado, the military fire-fighters utilize chemistry, engineering and human ingenuity to ensure greater safety for those who fly. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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science | coal | usa | salt | safety | See All (49) »

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