Vol. 22 No. #612 Archives

More Stories from the December 31, 1932 issue

  1. New Auxiliary Wing Increases Airplane Safety

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  2. Moon’s Shadow at Eclipse Nearly Four Seconds Late

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  3. Institution Proposed for Central Asian Research

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  4. New Compound Found to Be Cause of Coal Tar Cancer

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  5. Newly Discovered Comet May Be Tempel’s of Meteor Fame

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  6. Filtrable Viruses Will Not Thrive on Lifeless Food

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  7. Influenza Outbreak Is Travelling North and East

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  8. Cannibalism Remains Because Old Chiefs like Human Flesh

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  9. Six Colors Mix in Water at Base of Capitol

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  10. Nature Ramblings: Christmas Thorn

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  11. Geologists Attempt to Check “Ups and Downs” of Sea Level

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  12. Changes of Humidity with Thunderstorms Are Explained

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  13. First Glances at New Books

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  14. Volume Information

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  15. Front Matter

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  16. Study of Human Behavior May Shape Man’s Future Course

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  17. June Temperatures Predict Chances for Corn Frost

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  18. Warts on Toad’s Head Produce Human Glandular Secretion

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  19. United States Feels Year’s Most Severe Quake

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  20. Scientists Discover How Tuberculosis Germs Multiply

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  21. Ultraviolet Light Reveals Strange World to Insect Eyes

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  22. Black Rat Brings Plague Danger to Britain

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  23. Gifted School Children Younger than Average

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  24. Comet Larger than Halley’s May Have Hit Atlantic Coast

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  25. Noise Increases Activity of Infants

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  26. Big Telescope Made Especially for Public

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  27. Erratum: Points of View: Limerick

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  28. Erratum: In Science Fields: Weird Stink-Bugs Parents Produce Curious Eggs

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  29. Erratum: Dedicate World’s Largest Power Plant in Russia

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  30. Erratum: Nature Ramblings: Xylophagists

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  31. Erratum: [Photograph]: Souvenir of the Eclipse

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  32. Erratum: Nature Ramblings: ‘Simmons

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  33. Erratum: In Science Fields: Six Blood Types Announced by Dane

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  34. Erratum: Arizona Indians Ate Turkey 1000 Years Ago

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  35. Erratum: In Science Fields: Moon’s Pull Measured by New Gravity Balance

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  36. Erratum: Vampire Bats Transmit Panama Horse Disease

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  37. Erratum: Achievements in 1932: Disease Carrier

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  38. Country Lost for 20 Centuries Found without Digging Ruins

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  39. Bacteriophage Makes Germs Swell, Burst and Disappear

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  40. New Hygienic Butcher’s Shop Dispenses Meat and Ideas

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