Vol. 59 No. #17 Archives

More Stories from the April 28, 1951 issue

  1. Catch “Illegal” Rainmaking

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  2. Nature Ramblings: Towhee

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  3. Television Would Guide

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  4. Hydrogen-Free Ozone by New Electrolytic Method

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  5. Books of the Week

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  6. New Machines and Gadgets

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  7. Front Matter

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  8. Pigeons Lured by Gambling

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  9. Predict Forest Insect Spurts

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  10. New Disease Due to Form of Red Blood Molecule

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  11. Yellowstone Geyser Now Grows in Parking Space

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  12. Now You Can Open That Bottle with Your Finger

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  13. Clue to Baby Deformities

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  14. Chemical Tests with Blood

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  15. [Photograph]: Medical Teams

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  16. Indoor “Shooting Stars”

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  17. Dentists Now Make Fillings with Plastics and Resins

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  18. Atomic Death Belt Possible

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  19. Heat Treatment Frees Pre-Cambrian Fossils

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  20. Warns of Nerve Gas Attacks

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  21. New Vitamin Discovered, Necessary to Reproduction

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  22. Five Ways Possible for Using Energy of Sun

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  23. Typing Ribbon Re-Inked to Increase Useful Life

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  24. Electrical Prospecting

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  25. European Astronomers Act to Cancel Meeting in U.S.S.R.

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  26. Locate Part of Brain Which Does Worrying

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  27. Protein in Blood Higher for Patients with Cancer

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  28. In Science Fields

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  29. Venus and Saturn Shine

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  30. New Clothing Protects at Low Temperature

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  31. International Scientific Law

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  32. Radar Tells Where Rain Falls in Big Area

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  33. Inflatable Rubber Dome Protects Radar Equipment

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  34. Gardening by Touch

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