THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: THE DEVICE THAT STEADIES A SHIP AT SEA; How the Gyro-Stabilizer, Top-Like in Principle, Prevents Rolling and Thus Aids the Seasick Passengers -- Electrifying Air Indoors -- A Lucky Monster of Remote Ages

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THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: THE DEVICE THAT STEADIES A SHIP AT SEA; How the Gyro-Stabilizer, Top-Like in Principle, Prevents Rolling and Thus Aids the Seasick Passengers -- Electrifying Air Indoors -- A Lucky Monster of Remote Ages

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THE New Italian liner Conte di Savoia displaces 48,000 tons. Yet three spinning tops or flywheels weighing 660 tons, or a little less than 1.5 per cent of her total displacement, control her perfectly. Moreover, they do this with an expenditure of not mor

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'THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: THE DEVICE THAT STEADIES A SHIP AT SEA; How the Gyro-Stabilizer, Top-Like in Principle, Prevents Rolling and Thus Aids the Seasick Passengers -- Electrifying Air Indoors -- A Lucky Monster of Remote Ages', New York Times

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“THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: THE DEVICE THAT STEADIES A SHIP AT SEA; How the Gyro-Stabilizer, Top-Like in Principle, Prevents Rolling and Thus Aids the Seasick Passengers -- Electrifying Air Indoors -- A Lucky Monster of Remote Ages,” Past Periodicals, accessed December 5, 2021, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/20435.