Vol. 28 No. #768

More Stories from the December 28, 1935 issue

  1. Find Drug That Will Keep Sleepy Persons Wide Awake

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  2. Formula for Racing Shown at Carnegie’s Exhibit

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  3. Peking Man Possibly Cannibal, Bone Examination Indicates

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  4. Earthquakes in Pacific and South America

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  5. Movies Show Plants Dancing, Getting Dazed on Monoxide

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  6. 1936 Brings Important Eclipse

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  7. Erratum: New Asteroid Takes 7 Years for Journey Around the Sun

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  8. Erratum: No South Polar Star in Cold Antarctic Heavens

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  9. Erratum: Science Today and Tomorrow: Morgan on Filterable Viruses

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  10. Erratum: In Science Fields: Time More Than Money in Tropical Malaria Control

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  11. Erratum: Plants Builds Walls with “Bricks” Made of Cellulose

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  12. New Radio Device Detects Leaks in Water Mains

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  13. Immersed Beavers Can Stop Hearts and Hold Breath

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  14. Artificial Radioactivity from 8 Elements Reported

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  15. Research Provides Defense Witness for Machinery

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  16. Studies Possible Motives behind Curious Inscription

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  17. [Photograph]: 3,500 Lamas Greet Americans

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  18. Mural Portrays Error in Machine Shop Practice

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  19. In Science Fields

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  20. Costly Grinding of Telescope Disk Replaced by New Method

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  21. Poison May Be Factor in Causing Pernicious Anemia

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  22. Nature Ramblings: Leviathan

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  23. First Glances at New Books

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  24. Volume Information

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  25. Front Matter

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