Vol. 28 No. #750
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More Stories from the August 24, 1935 issue

  1. Wasps Squeeze ‘Balloon Eggs’ through Very Narrow Tube

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  2. Did Spiders Teach Man the Weaving of Nets?

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  3. Prairie’s Own Soil Management Superior to That of Man

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  4. Cannas, Flowers in U. S., Starch Source in Hawaii

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  5. Nature Ramblings: Lignin

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  6. Pigment Differences Make Paints Incompatible

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  7. First Glances at New Books

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  8. Front Matter

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  9. Primitive Skulls Declared Equivalent to Advanced Forms

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  10. World’s Tiniest Motor Built by Russian Youth

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  11. Cycle of 23 Years Dominates Heat and Light of Sun

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  12. New Cancer-Causing Chemicals Are Unique in Structure

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  13. New Discovery Widens Field of Necessary Research

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  14. Scattering X-Rays Tell of Dust Danger

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  15. Drought Returns to West, Intensified by Heat

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  16. [Photograph]: One Porcupine: In Tin

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  17. Freedom and Organization Both Needed in Research

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  18. Stratosphere Glider Being Constructed in Russia

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  19. Taming Ol’ Man Ribber

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  20. In Science Fields

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  21. American Industries Move to Middle-Sized Cities

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  22. Parasite Fungus of Pines Itself Victim of Parasite

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  23. [Photograph]: An Enchanted World Afloat

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  24. Siwalik Hills Yield Evolutionary Data

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  25. Giant Turtle and Mosasaur Found in Alabama

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  26. Sodium Lighting System Will Illuminate New Bridge

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  27. Scientific Expedition Scales Hawaii’s Highest Mountain

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  28. Muscle Tone Differentiates Living Man from Corpse

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  29. “Stone-Plated” Florida Mound Resembles Mexican Pyramids

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  30. Sunlight Has Little Effect on Bacteria in Sea Water

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  31. Portable Power Saw Makes Pruning Easier

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  32. Paleontology

    Eggs evolved color and speckles only once — during the age of dinosaurs

    Birds’ colorful eggs were inherited from their nonavian dinosaur ancestors.

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  33. Synchronized Thinking: Brain activity linked to schizophrenia, skillful meditation

    In separate studies, scientists linked distinctive, collective electrical discharges of brain cells to certain schizophrenia symptoms as well to integrated mental states attained by Buddhist meditators.

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  34. Mediterranean Fruit Fly Causes Rise of New Industry

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  35. Trees Grow on Stilts in Great Smoky Mountains

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  36. Female Katydids Lisp Faint Answers to Males

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