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Category: The Inventor’s Notebook

The Inventor’s Notebook #12 – Sew What?

The Inventor’s Notebook #12 Sew What? Karl Rabe What are the skills that can most benefit someone who wants to make their own magic props? A few readily pop to mind. Woodworking, Metal Working, welding, Arts & Crafts, Electronics, etc. One of the skills that I have found to be surprisingly beneficial and often overlooked […]

The Inventor’s Notebook #10 – Fleas, Foibles and Follies

The Inventor’s Notebook #10 Fleas, Foibles and Follies Karl Rabe For the final edition of The Inventor’s Notebook for 2017, I’ll be rambling on fleas, foibles and follies. In 1933, my Grandfather took my Father as a child to the Chicago World Fair (subtitled A Century of Progress). Grandfather didn’t allow him to see Sally […]

The Inventor’s Notebook #7 – The Wonder of Magic

The subject for this month’s Inventor’s Notebook was inspired by Club Secretary Joaquin Ayala, Ph.D. Ex Libris column in the August Newsletter. If you haven’t read it I encourage you to do so. Although I always loved watching magic, my interest in practicing magic started when I received Mattel’s Magic Showstoppers Showcase for Christmas. The […]

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