Vol. 58 No. #8 Archives

More Stories from the August 19, 1950 issue

  1. Irradiated Plasma Danger

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  2. Planes Should Have Stall Resistance

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  3. Farmers Battle Nine New Plant Diseases

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  4. Books of the Week

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  5. Household Cleaning Fluid Poisons and Kills

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  6. New Machines and Gadgets

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  7. Front Matter

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  8. From Now on: Computers

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  9. Danger in Mobilization

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  10. Device Picks and Shells Corn

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  11. Ice Cream and Bread Laws

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  12. Drug for Stomach Ulcer Checks Excessive Sweating

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  13. ACTH, Wonder Drug, Made from Cattle’s Glands

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  14. Plastic Squares for Walls Installed by Amateurs

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  15. Troops before Weapons

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  16. World Peace Can Be Helped by Psychiatry

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  17. Key to Greater Peace

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  18. Water Stretches Steel Tubes to Larger Diameter

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  19. Radioactive Materials Minor Hazard in Fires

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  20. Tin as Semiconductor

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  21. Quebec Crater May Be Mark of Ancient Meteorite

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  22. Uranium Is Superconductor at Very Low Temperatures

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  23. Polio Quarantine Useless

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  24. Stone Javelin Heads, Much like Yuma Points, Found

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  25. [Photograph]: “Lumpy”

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  26. In Science Fields

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  27. A-Bomb: Mass Murder Design

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  28. Anti-Atherosclerosis Diets

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  29. Study Evaporation Secrets

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  30. Cosmic Ray Bull’s Eye Shot 100 Miles above Earth

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  31. Fire-Extinguishing Gases Cut Plane Crash Deaths

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  32. Atmosphere Study Aid

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  33. New Omnirange Stations near Completion

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  34. Nature Ramblings: Pronghorn

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