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The case of the artful American-African. Preparing this month’s Popular Mechanics mix entailed some investigative work. That meant turning to Chief Inspector Woodman of The Y...
THE MANSION SITS IN A CLEARING amid old-growth trees, a gorgeous home at the end of a long driveway off a shaded street off a winding road. Farmhouses dating to the US Revolut
It would be nice to think of 2014 only as the year that South Africa finally felt the power of wind, in the words of Wind Energy Association chair Dipolelo Elford. At last, wi
By Caroline Williams The human mind is the most complex information processing system we know. It has all sorts of useful design features, but also many glitches and weaknesse
As we look ahead to 2015, the world of technology gives us many reasons to be optimistic. Maybe even downright joyous. Read more in the January 2015 issue of Popular Mechanics
A toy wagon is the quintessential holiday gift, even in an age as digital as this one. It doesn’t need batteries, and it’s nearly impossible to wear out. It never goes out