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NatGeo Magazine, every issue from 1888 until current. What more is there to say? Oh yeah - if you like this, go get a National Geographic magazine subscription to support them making future issues! :)

Note that many of these are older scans so the quality leaves a lot to be desired. Nothing I can do about that. Do you have them in higher quality? Please share!

23GB

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>>948912
Do you have any screenshot of random pages?

Good thread btw
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>>948917
No why would I have them? But the download is worth it
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You were right about low quality. Somewhat hard to read
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>>948937
Picture? I don't want to download 23GB for seeing shit
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>>948963
very hard to read
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>>949020
>>949021
holy shit., the one with red background is pretty much unreadable Thanks for the pics
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>>948912
When does the quality begin to go up? Or is it just random?
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this is a different batch, I guess.
From 1888-2010, however the total size is 39.29GB

>magnet:?xt=urn:btih:B31789E42FEC32C347FA8FED5FA7E28F45001C57&tr=http%3A%2F%2Fbt3.t-ru.org%2Fann%3Fmagnet&dn=%5B%D0%96%D1%83%D1%80%D0%BD%D0%B0%D0%BB%5D%20National%20Geographic%20(1416%20%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B5%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B2)%20%5B1888-2010%2C%20CBZ%2C%20ENG%5D
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a random page from the first issue in >>949358, compared to the example >>949021 posted
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>>949359
Could you compare the exact same page?
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not sure which issue is the page >>949021 posted, but here is the same contents page (1st issue) as >>949020

same problem - texts artifacting on red background. But I guess the ones from >>949358 have better readability on normal pages (black texts or graphs on plain background), whereas OP's batch are (I'm speculating, cos I have not download from OP magnet link) re-recompressed versions of >>949358
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>>949374
Far superior than >>949020
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>>949021
well, they scanned it in 1888.
What did you expect?
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>>949358
I'm gonna download this one then
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>>949358
FYI -- These are .cbz format as opposed to OP's in .pdf

.cbz's are just collections of JPEGs pretty much. You can rename the file to a .zip folder and pull em out if desired.
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Awesome thx for this, though will discard all the pozzed recent SJW garbage editions.
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I know this is for torrents, but a digital subscription to Nat geo gets you the entire archive in amazing quality as well as new ones as the come up for like 3 bucks a month.

Just in case anyone's interested.
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>>949382
kek
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>>948924
Not worth.
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>>948912
Too bad kikes and commies ruined this as well.
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Comparison

Torrent 1 (23GB) >>948912 (OP)
National Geographic 1930-01 057-1 Jan
Page 2 (resized with mspaint to same height as the CBR version)
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Comparison

Torrent 2 (39,29GB) >>949358
National Geographic 1930-01-01
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If I download this, can I toss out all the boxes of old National Geos my dad has in the basement? I actually got him a CD-ROM set of the issues years ago. Dunno if he ever used it. I wonder how the quality compares.

>>949502
So what wonder material and technology we use now is in 20 years going to be thought of like we think of asbestos now?
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>>950369
plastic
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>>950369

many coatings on the things we used in our day to day lives could be carcinogenic
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Anyone have this for Scientific American?
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I canceled my subscription after 20 years after they had to include something about the myth of global warming in EVERY article.
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>>950369
Judging by the samples provided in this thread, I wouldn't if I were you. Unless those have been damaged/faded to the point where legibility is difficult, anyway.

Also I've been reading some Human Torch comics from the 60s recently, and I don't know how the Fantastic Four didn't all die of cancer by the end of the 70s. Literally everything made of asbestos.
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>>949358
>jpg
jesus, why was this not scanned as png if someone was going to go to the trouble of doing it?
Anyway, thanks a lot anon, this is significantly better than OP's

>>952335
based climate change denier
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>>952335
Dad, is that you?
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>>949502
>The Roofing with Life
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based share, my dad used to have a huge collection of nat geo, I used to cut out the photos and collect them. For 23gb its really nothing considering how many great photos there are. Yeah I guess the really old ones are gonna be crap quality.
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>>954304
Better get the other 39GB version, much better quality
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>>948912
big into this thread stopped byu to say so
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Op here - I hope you all are enjoying this torrent senpai
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>>960275
Definitely, thank you.
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Bump to save it for one more pass!
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>>950369
You shouldn't throw them out. You could scan them yourself or sell them. Depending on how old they are, you could probably get a pretty penny.
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op- here why is life so hard sometimes anons?
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this is good knowledge
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bumping for knowledge
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Lonely Planet (2012-2020)
varous digital formats

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>>948912
Latest issues are leftist crap.
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>>969726
Oh, even before that they were caught materially altering their photos (something no ethical photojournalist should do) for "aesthetic and editorial reasons". People caught on when they finally went too far and resized the Great Pyramid of Giza right the fuck into an isosceles triangle, to "better fit within and harmoniously coexist with the other textual content present on the cover of this month's issue". Once their readership broke out the rakes and pitchforks, lit their torches, and formed a screaming angry digital mob they finally admitted they'd been doing that shit for years (but then tried to hedge and say it was the "unspoken practice of a few rouge photographers", because their whole fucking team of Editors TOTALLY didn't know, see).

People lost their jobs over that shit, though to this day I do wonder how many people believed them about the Editorial staff being in the dark. I sure didn't.
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>>969763
>unspoken practice from a few rouge photographers
I'm really starting to get triggered by this these days, not even sure why.
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I just like the ones that have pictures of naked women in them.
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anyone has more old magazines that go all the way into the 19th century?
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>>948912
Y'all niggers need to expand your library
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>>970986
Not as badly as you need to clean your desk.
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>>971004
Dunno what you're talking about, nice and tidy haha.
>>971018 lol'd
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Both versions are downloading to my seedbox now, thanks for sharing anons.
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>>971543
imagine living like this. Jesus christ you are fucked.
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>>971757
Not anon but I don't think that's that bad.
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>>950257
thanks for the comparison anon
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op here ily all
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bumping again, remember to seed anons.
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>>973523
Aye. I added it to the seedbox just a week ago.
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bumping again, remember to seed <3
>>973535
same, unfortunately, i passed my UL limit on my seedbox and its capped at 10mb/s
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close to 1 tb uploaded from one of these torrents, keep seeding
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>>971543
no wonder you have an issue of the National Geographic in there

What other treasures can we find in your pile of garbage?
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i have officially uploaded 1 tb from this torrent
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Man this is great I love reading old books and magazines untouched by current era politics gonna seed for a while friends
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>>977524
Based
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>>948912
bump, good thread
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>>948912
>>970986

I believe you are the one that needs your library expanded, anon.
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>>988817
damn bro
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>>996045
is that u anon?
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>>949021
>>949020
The reason it's hard to read is because the retarded author literally took screenshot of the pages because he was retarded enough to use the National Geographic Web Archive reader and couldn't figure out a better way to do it.
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>>949358
pretty cool thanks
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>>948912
i used to subscribe, they started putting too many cringe liberal race mixing, transgender supporting articles in so i cancelled
im getting too old for this shit
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>>948912
Wow. I picked up 1 issue about 1927 special issue, Touring China. It was mind blowing to realize 90 years ago, China was nearly 100% preindustrial, more like iron age agricultural society. Also, most of the advertising was selling automobiles.




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this thread is nothing but bumps wtf let it die already
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>>988817
I had a bumch of these and those old life books that an old lady that lived next to my grandma gave us when i was little. I burned them when i was 12 because i was a firebug.
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>>1004320
Most of china was like that all the way up into the 70s, even openly practicing canabalism.
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>>1007062
I saw tranny porn on the catalog so have a bump out of spite
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>>948912

Damn, all the old issues are so good. More culture ruined by leftists.
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>>1010982
weirdo
>>1010985
lol
>>1011216
yh fuck these porno liking people
>>1011434
k
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>>949502
i read old geos for the adds its as close to time travel as you can get.
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>>1015139
what a sexy pape
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>>949358
I added this to the seedbox
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nice
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Mad Magazine 1952-2020
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>>949358
Thank you based anon.
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Somewhere in this torrent are the pacific island girls I used to jerk off to.
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anyone have a Time Magazine collection like this?
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/r/ing Zoobooks magazine. i need it for hunting
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does anyone have foreign affairs mag

this is all i could find

https://pastebin.com/DnaRtzud
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>>971767
that is disgusting. My area must always be relatively clean, I could not live like that
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>>1039816
Looks amazing.
Is that green stuff lichen? Also, what issue is this?
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it does
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>>1039816
It's not from a National Geographic issue is that's what you asked.
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>>1046770
Outstanding. Imagine how they worked through the cliffs to build this bridge.
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>>950232
I have a hunch a lot of the early photo shoots were a cover for *fighting* communism. Always going to the site of proxy wars and half the ads are for military schools.
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>>948912
>Oh yeah - if you like this, go get a National Geographic magazine subscription to support them making future issues! :)
lol fuck that. they went full globohomo blm bullshit. like just go take nature pics i don't need another fucking lecture.
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>>948912
I've been supporting them until 2017, After they went openly woke
>>1053992
Damn wokies destroying every good thing
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If someone were to have some photography/fashion/lifestyle magazines like i-D magazine I would jump on that
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hey frens by any chance someone have the entire collection of The Economist?
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Anyone know how to rip ebook from Saturday Evening Post Archive?
They're using 3Dissue
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Does anybody have any Time Magazine archives (my preferences are 80s/90s and 2000s archives)
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