Vol. 57 No. #7

More Stories from the February 18, 1950 issue

  1. Clue to Heart Disease Found in Body Build

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  2. Electronic Computers Aid Better Use of Water

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  3. Books of the Week

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  4. New Machines and Gadgets

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  5. Front Matter

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  6. Drugs Fight Cancer’s Pain

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  7. Jetliner to Cross Atlantic

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  8. Sound Waves Help Blind Men Dodge Obstacles

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  9. False Heart Disease by Hypnotic Suggestion

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  10. Mind vs. Hydrogen Bomb

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  11. [Photograph]: How Speedy the Jump?

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  12. For A-Bomb-Proof House, Build to Resist Quake

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  13. Density of Ancient Mexico

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  14. Hydrogen-Tritium Bomb

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  15. Crashes May Be Reduced

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  16. [Photograph]: Airport Recorder

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  17. Threat to Veterans’ Care

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  18. Pulverized Coal Fuels Steam-Electric Station

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  19. Leukemia Cells Build Resistance to Drugs

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  20. 200,000 Revolutions per Minute Expected in Wheels

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  21. Helium Debate Settled

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  22. Cold Rubber Is Superior to Natural in Tire Treads

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  23. [Photograph]: Turbojet Engine

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  24. In Science Fields

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  25. Next Month’s Weather

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  26. Gray Whales in Pacific Are Increasing

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  27. Herbicide Kills Weeds, Allows Cotton to Grow

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  28. FM Facsimile Transmission

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  29. How to Survive Arctic Cold

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  30. New Spray for Fruit Tree Mite Available Next Month

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  31. Car Life Expectancy Doubled in 25 Years

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  32. Nature Ramblings: Wolves

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