Vol. 24 No. #664 Archives

More Stories from the December 30, 1933 issue

  1. Marco Polo Tales Become Fact through Research into History

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  2. Nature Ramblings: Geraniums

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  3. Poisons Produce Hereditary Changes in Sex Cells

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  4. Tapeworm Eggs in Brain Cause So-Called Epilepsy

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  5. First Glances at New Books

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  6. Volume Information

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  7. Front Matter

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  8. Variations in Light Speed Not Accepted by Scientists

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  9. More War in World as Civilization Advances

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  10. 95-Room House Unearthed in Lost City by CCC Workers

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  11. New Protein-Digesting Enzyme Found in Pancreas

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  12. Unemployed Engineers Begin Aerial Mapping

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  13. Opposite Sex Effects from Pituitary Hormones

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  14. More Carotene Found in Bacteria than in Carrots

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  15. Humans, Not Animals, Main Actors in Negro Folk-Lore

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  16. Polarized Light Aids Observations at Sea

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  17. Poisonous Plant Explains Mysterious Bee Disease

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  18. Erratum: New York to Have Third Planetarium

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  19. Erratum: In Science Fields: Lively Young Marmosets Survive in Captivity

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  20. Erratum: In Science Fields: Uncertainty Principle Extension Under Test

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  21. Erratum: Spot Larger than Earth Breaks out on Saturn

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  22. Erratum: Dead Seas Hoard Minute Amounts of “Heavy” Water

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  23. Erratum: In Science Fields: New Relativity Theory Suggested for Blind

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  24. Erratum: Waltz Time Preferred to Foxtrot Rhythm

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  25. Erratum: Saturn Rules October Evening Skies

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  26. Erratum: 1933 Bad Grasshopper Year, Entomologists Report

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  27. Erratum: Milk Seen as Constant Source of Vitamins

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  28. Erratum: Aluminum-Coated Mirrors New Aid to Astronomy

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  29. Erratum: Eyeball Does Not Pivot Exactly on its Center

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  30. X-Ray Pictures Show How Opera Singer Produces Tones

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  31. Bison Blood Being Bred out of Wisent Hybrids

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  32. Aluminum Captures Invisible Starlight

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  33. Crack in Earth Indicated by Radioactive Water

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  34. Scientists and Housewives Test Bottle-Top Unscrewing

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  35. Immunity to Disease Measured in Tissue

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  36. “Diplogen” Suggested as Heavy Hydrogen Name

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  37. Hidden Temple Found within Mayan “Castle”

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  38. Raman Effect Found Different in Heavy Water

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  39. New Pipe Line to Bring More Water to Los Angeles

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