Vol. 38 No. #26 Archives

More Stories from the December 28, 1940 issue

  1. [Photograph]: New Speed in Photography

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  2. Earth’s Core May Be Solid, with Hydrogen Dissolved

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  3. [Photograph]: Continental Drift

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  4. Doctors Warned to Watch for Pneumonia-like Disease

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  5. Discovery Gives Promise of Dental Decay Prevention

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  6. Astronomers Find Hydrogen Gas in Cunningham Comet

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  7. New Invention Just Patented Makes Scene Visible by Heat

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  8. [Photograph]: Central American Treasures

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  9. Public Patent Granted on Codling-Moth Killer

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  10. Erratum: In Science Fields: Suicide Rate More than Doubled, Census Shows

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  11. Erratum: In Science Fields: Protein Molecules Seen with Electron Microscope

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  12. Holiday Comet

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  13. 1840 Americans Could Drink Quart of Whisky a Day

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  14. Christmas Once Celebrated on Sixth of January

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  15. Million-Volt X-Ray Unit Dedicated at G.E.Anniversary

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  16. Soviet Scientists Planning Observations of Eclipse

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  17. Principles of Fog Formation Given Aeronautical Scientists

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  18. No Danger of Shortage in World’s Quinine Supply

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  19. New Color Process Takes Three Pictures on Two Films

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  20. Water Forms Compound with Stuff It Dissolves

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  21. First Glances at New Books

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  22. Volume Information

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  23. Front Matter

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  24. National Security Lessons from Human Physiology

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