(Original Caption) 3/19/1941-Bloomfield, NJ: While you are guiding your electric razor over the hirsute areas of your visage, in the morning, give a thiught to this picture. This is how you look, through the eye of the x-ray of course. It was made at 1/1,000,000th os a second by the ultra high speed x-ray in the Westinghouse Laboratory at bloomfield, NJ. The electric razor was going full blast, the tiny motor making 116 revolutions per second. Pictures may be made of even large motors, even though covered with heavy metal. Note the ring on the finger, the watch, the glasses and the sharply defined mechanism of the electric razor.
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May 18th, 2020
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