Vol. 26 No. #697 Archives

More Stories from the August 18, 1934 issue

  1. Bacillary Dysentery Germs May Be Carried in Many Ways

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  2. Three-Inch Thick Quartz Windows for Bathysphere

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  3. Lost Dories Located by Radio Direction Finder

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  4. World’s Deepest Mine to Be Air Conditioned

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  5. [Photograph]: As It Is Now

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  6. U. S. Has 43 Per Cent. of World’s Radio Sets

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  7. Grand Coulee or Boulder Dam: Which Holds Honors for Size?

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  8. Quakes Most Frequent at Night and in Winter

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  9. [Photograph]: When It’s Finished

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  10. 91 Miles of Tunnels in World’s Longest Aqueduct

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  11. New Motor Roads Planned for Hundred-Mile Speeds

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  12. Dinosaur Teeth Give Hope of Finding Rare Skull

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  13. Rhino with “Schnozzle” Found in Oregon Fossil Bed

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  14. Sleep Preferences Not Set by “Handedness”

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  15. Shooting Star Light Tells Speed of Meteors

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  16. Atmosphere of Venus Thick with Carbon Dioxide

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  17. In Science Fields

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  18. The Impending Desert

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  19. Why Is a Crooner? Science Seeks Answer

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  20. Machine, Not Horse, Will Make Kings of Tomorrow

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  21. Relativity Yields Formula Good for Many Machines

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  22. White “Witch Doctors” Scorned as Illogical

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  23. Nature Ramblings: Makers of Land

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  24. Luminous Night Skies Caused by Cosmic Dust

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  25. Discovery of Lizard-Eating Spiders Reported in India

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  26. First Glances at New Books

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  27. Front Matter

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