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Post by solarchap on Thu Jun 05, 2008 8:58 pm

Now there's a magazine name to get people excited (!!)

U.K viewers of 'Have I got News for you' will be familiar with the types of real life specialist magazines they frequently mock such as Goat World, Arthritis News, International Car Park Design and Diarrhoea Digest to name but a few.

So you might think that Popular Mechanics sounds like the sort of publication that the typical trainspotter would find interesting.....and you'd be right!

But I found that they have one Redeeming feature.....they regularly analyse the mysteries of LOST!

I was pleasantly surprised to find esteemed scientists like Michio Kaku wrting about LOST in this magazine.

Anyway here is the link,

http://www.popularmechanics.com/search/pm/do/relatedKeyword/?kw=Lost

analysis galore!
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Post by SunburnedPenguin on Thu Jun 05, 2008 9:48 pm

Ooooh I love Michio Kaku! To have him talking about Lost? Heaven! Thanks for the link Smile

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Post by Shamballa on Thu Jun 05, 2008 11:00 pm

Sweet stuff solarchap. You've just determined my choice of bedtime reading. Thanks!

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Post by solarchap on Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:02 am

Shams, I am privileged to assist in your pre-nocturnal mental wanderings (as long as they don't involve MSHL and trains and tissues!! MSHL knows what I am talking about LOL!), I myself will be indulging in....

Michio Kaku, (which neatly ties in my reply to SBP!) who is inspirational. In fact you are both inspirational, after all, you inspired, primarily, in your mind, this very site, and now look! it's flipping real! If I could inspire like that, nudey nubile weather-ladies would predominate my living area.

Michio is great SBP, I thoroughly recommend reading all his books, 'Hyperspace' was just mind blowing...

(which neatly ties in with my own nocturnal habits, but nothing David Blunkett wouldn't approve of LOL!) and I now take Aldous Huxley's advice and open the doors of perception (with cylindrical shaped aid)((MSHL you got it wrong buddy!!)) (it is my b'day after all!) and hope that my consciousness goes a bit woo and a bit whay and at the end of it, I end up with some rich top totty who has pulled out all the stops to find me after waiting 8 years for me to ring since she gave me her number in The Dog & Duck that heady night!

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So is it me or does this emoticon picture thingy look like Zippy on amphetamines?

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