Vol. 34 No. #27

More Stories from the December 31, 1938 issue

  1. Nature Ramblings: Improper Names

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  2. First Glances at New Books

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  3. Volume Information

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  4. Front Matter

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  5. Faith Important in Science as Intuition and Reason

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  6. [Photograph]: Naked Chickens

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  7. Nova Star Splits into Three; May Be Creation of New World

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  8. [Photographs]: Archaeological Jigsaw

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  9. Hay Fever Successfully Treated with Potassium

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  10. Psychologists Protest Nazi Persecution of Jews

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  11. Earth’s Magnetic Forces of Ice Age Epoch Determined

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  12. Erratum: Few Simple Rules in Driving Greatly Increase Car Mileage

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  13. Erratum: Test Giant Circuit Breakers on “Live” Power System

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  14. Erratum: Nation’s Soybean Lab Develops 36 Varnishes

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  15. Erratum: In Science Fields: Tunnels Are Scene of Latest Cosmic Ray Study

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  16. Erratum: In Science Fields: Meet Exciton and Phonon, New Words in Physics

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  17. Erratum: Science Fields: Cedars of Mount Lebanon Endangered by Disease

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  18. Erratum: Wearing Things Out

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  19. Erratum: American Chemists Skeptical over Hitler’s Self-Sufficiency

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  20. Erratum: Seeing the Invisible

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  21. Erratum: In Science Fields: California Submarine Canyon Rivals the Grand Canyon

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  22. Erratum: Medicine-Making, Research Now March Side by Side

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  23. Erratum: Green “Scum” Has Value as Aquatic Source of Food

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  24. Erratum: Preventing Tooth Decay Is the Job of the Patient: Sickness among Children

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  25. Erratum: Dead Head and Live Tenor Aid Study of Human Voice

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  26. In Science Fields

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  27. Banner Year for Health

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  28. Theories of Solar Energy Also Forecast End of World

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  29. Astronomers Can Predict

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  30. “Poor Man’s Platinum,” for Telescope Mirrors

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