Steampunk Magazine issue 4

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10 Responses to “Steampunk Magazine issue 4”

  1. Vorple says:

    The article on Victorian hallucinogens is the first time I’ve seen a modern work state that Wormwood and alcohol creates a narcotic. Is there a name and molecular model for this narcotic that is formed when wormwood is added to alcohol?

  2. Vorple says:

    The article on Victorian hallucinogens is the first time I’ve seen a modern work state that Wormwood and alcohol creates a narcotic. Is there a name and molecular model for this narcotic that is formed when wormwood is added to alcohol?

  3. Antinous says:

    Absinthium?

  4. Takuan says:

    its jest thujone mon, gimme a anudeer sugarlump

  5. Vorple says:

    Ah, ok. I disagree with the article, then. Haven’t seen solid evidence that thujone is a narcotic.

  6. Takuan says:

    funny that, absinthe over a sugar lump spoon, first LSD on a cube…

    whoaaaa! flash-forward man!

  7. Takuan says:

    a little sensory deprivation, a little axphixia, a little victorian sexual perversion… ah yass.. culture

  8. Foolster41 says:

    I was happy to see the cover art is by Shoomlah, who I’m a fan of and watch on deviantart.

    My favorite article in this issue is the one on making a Jacob’s ladder (No, not the wood toy.) I almost want to try to make one, but I’m a bit afraid to try. (Understandibly, I think considering it involves quite a bit of electricity!)

  9. Foolster41 says:

    So today I printed out the rest of volume 1 and all of volume 2 at the local library (for no cost to me). It just seemed so approperiate considering the topic of the magazine. :)

    I used 11×17. I couldn’t do double sided there, but I just folded the pages bakc and front alternitivly and it turned out very well.

  10. LightningCrash says:

    >>ailments. What is less known is that they orientation”

    a little editing, please?

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