Vol. 89 No. #16

More Stories from the April 16, 1966 issue

  1. F-104 Makes Secret No-Runway Takeoff

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  2. Russian Spacecraft Orbiting Moon

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  3. Russian View of Drinking Changes

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  4. Gastric Acid Inhibitor Upset by Surgery

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  5. Radiation Cleanses Clams Efficiently

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  6. Farm Accident Victims Lack Fast Medical Care

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  7. Books of the Week

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  8. Science Club News

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  9. Fake Suicide Calls

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  10. Dreams Related to Conversation

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  11. Test Tube Antibodies Resemble Natural Ones

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  12. [Photograph]: Walking Truck

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  13. Industry Research Plan

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  14. Rare Cattle Mange Outbreak in Texas

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  15. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  16. Doctors Are Reading

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  17. Front Matter

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  18. Heart Data Distorted

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  19. Multiple Sclerosis Clue Significant

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  20. X-Rays before Surgery May Stop Tumor Spread

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  21. Man and Mouse Linked

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  22. Psychologists Face Ethical Dilemma

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  23. Delinquents Find Values

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  24. Helmet for Drivers Could Prevent Injuries

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  25. ‘Animal Cruelty’ Defined

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  26. Evolution Case Still Undecided

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  27. Energy Measured Directly

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  28. Superconducting Magnet in Full-Scale Test

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  29. Magnetic Poles Were Once Reversed

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  30. Redwoods Win Protection

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  31. [Photograph]: A Bit of Moon

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  32. New Radio Wave Heard

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  33. Canal Water Loss Prevented by Spray

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  34. Meteorite Yields Diamond

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  35. Continents ‘Sprinted’

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  36. Weather Predictions for Two Weeks Foreseen

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  37. Mile-Deep Well Dug out of Solid Rock

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  38. In Science Fields

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  39. Fuel Cells for Future Power

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  40. Computers Recognize Voices without Help

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  41. Science Shorts

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  42. Current U.S. Patents

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  43. Nature Note

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  44. Mars Trip like POW Camp

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