Date: 2016-08-07 14:01:01
Yes, very interesting. Thanks. The book of the Scole Experiment is well worth reading. It mentions a newspaper among the “apports”. It was a copy of the Daily Mirror from August 1941. Of course its possible to order back copies of editions from the paper’s archives, but they’ll be printed with modern paper and toner. The copy produced at Scole was on original grade paper and ink. The ink is special cheap ink due to wartime rationing, made from coal slag. There may well be original copies of the Daily Mirror that old, but the ink will have faded with age and the paper be all yellow and rotten.