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Industry and Guns, 1916

Reported in Scientific American , this Week in World War I: February 5, 1916. As World War One progressed, military forces desperately needed heavier and heavier guns: naval guns for arming the largest “superdreadnought” battleships; railway guns brought in to bombard distant targets with huge shells; siege artillery for smashing the hardest targets.

STAFF February 5, 2016 — Dan Schlenoff

Peach Has a Picture Problem

The hot new messaging app made a rookie mistake and once again respect for image creators takes a back seat to aggressive feature-rollout.

February 2, 2016 — Glendon Mellow

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