Garrett P. Serviss - Moon Metal album download
|1||South Polar Gold||8:38|
|2||The Magician Of Science||13:58|
|3||The Grand Teton Mine||8:36|
|4||The Wealth Of The World||12:05|
|5||Wonders Of The New Metal||8:12|
|6||A Strange Discovery||11:52|
|7||A Mystery Indeed!||7:59|
|8||More Of Dr. Syx’s Magic||11:41|
|9||The Detective Of Science||10:30|
|10||The Top Of The Grand Teton||15:52|
|11||Strange Fate Of A Kite||7:16|
|12||Better Than Alchemy||16:22|
|13||The Looting Of The Moon||16:46|
|14||The Last Of Dr. Syx||8:09|
- Cover, Design – Janette Brown
- Read By – Betsie Bush
NotesFantastic story, read in American English language.
Total running time: 2:37:56
Recording of a public-domain text
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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By Garrett P. Serviss. Ifthere were not such a flood of it, we might manage, but when theybegin to make trousers buttons out of the same metal that is nowlocked and guarded in steel vaults, where will be our standard ofworth? My dear fellow," he continued, impulsively laying his hand onmy arm, "I would as willingly face the end of the world as this that'scoming!"
Garrett Putman Serviss was an American astronomer, popularizer of astronomy, and early science fiction writer. He majored in science at Cornell and in 1876 joined the staff of the The New York Sun newspaper, working as a journalist until 1892. Serviss showed a talent for explaining scientific details in a way that made them clear to the ordinary reader, leading Andrew Carnegie to invite him to del Garrett Putman Serviss was an American astronomer, popularizer of astronomy, and early science fiction writer
Garrett Putnam Serviss (1851-1929) was an astronomer, popularizer of astronomy, and early science fiction writer. Serviss showed a talent for explaining scientific details in a way that made them clear to the ordinary reader. E text prepared by Suzanne L. Shell, Joris Van Dael, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. By Garrett P.
Classic Moon Stories, Vol. 2. Garrett P. Complete Science Fiction. Astronomy with an Opera glass. Garrett Putnam Serviss. Pleasures of the Telescope. Classic Moon Stories - the Complete Series.
Serviss was a popularizer of astronomy and late 19th and early 20th century SF author. His writing is stiff and strangely formal. Still, you may find yourself reminded of Heinlein here and there while listening. This leads to a need for a new precious metal standard – – enter a mysterious scientist, his proposal, and new invention. posted by Jesse Willis.
by Garrett P. ( Putman) Serviss (Author). Garrett Putnam Serviss (March 24, 1851–May 25, 1929) was an astronomer, popularizer of astronomy, and early science fiction writer. Serviss was born in upstate New York, and majored in science at Cornell. He took a law degree at Columbia, but never worked as an attorney.
Read and Save any Text online. From this projected two orthree small spouts, and iridescent streams of molten metal fell fromthe spouts into earthen receptacles from which the blazing liquid wasled, like flowing iron, into a system of molds, where it was allowedto cool and harden. The financiers looked on wondering, and their astonishment grew whenthey were conducted into the rock-cut store-rooms beneath, where theysaw metallic ingots glowing like gigantic opals in the light which D. yx turned on.
5 Jun 07. The discovery of vast gold fields at the South Pole renders the world's gold reserves worthless, causing economic chaos. Enter the mysterious Dr. Max Syx, offering to save the world with a mysterious new metal that only he can supply.
Garrett Putnam Serviss (March 24, 1851 – May 25, 1929) was an American astronomer, popularizer of astronomy, and early science fiction writer. Serviss was born in upstate New York and majored in science at Cornell University. He took a law degree at Columbia University but never worked as an attorney.