JF Ptak Science Books Quick Post
This image caught my attention immediately--there were so many lines and so many acute angles that it seemed to be a if-it-bleeds-it-leads data display. The information is definitely there, but it all needs to be reformatted, like straightening out a bowl of angel hair pasta:
Source: Popular Mechanics, September, 1938, p. 326.
I'd say that when "complicated" and "complex" (that sounds like a hair color) meet, they really collide, except that the collision is very orderly.