I knew every circuit in those first television sets, with seven inch screens that came out in 1946.
I learned to fly at Bart's airfield (Budd Lake Airfield) near Budd Lake, New Jersey.
This link sure brought back lots of memories seeing a photo of Howard Bartholomew "Bart" and the old Budd Lake airfield where I learned to fly in 1949. In addition to the airplanes mentioned, I flew Bart's J-3 Piper cub and his J-5 Cruiser. I also flew with Bart in the gull winged Stinson Reliant that is mentioned. I also had a PA-12 Super Cruiser that I kept at Hadley Airport Shown. Those were the days my friend. . . We thought they'd never end. . . . . . .
So I bought a 1937 Chevrolet, with only 20,000 miles on it and drove it to Miami, FL to see the Miami Air Show in 1950.
Pan American World Airways helped me with my education whereby I could not only write this book but also put together the principles contained in it.
We see conservation of spin with the electron.
The fine structure constant is almost a constant but not quite.
These links, on left hand side of page, will cover what you will be reading in Chapter 21.