Vol. 25 No. #669

More Stories from the February 3, 1934 issue

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Chance Discovery May Yield Metal-Plating Method

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  3. Stratosphere under Heavy Attack by Scientists

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  4. Stellar Looking-Glass Slowly Cooling

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  5. Superiority Predicted for Rotating Wing Aircraft

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  6. Man Made Tools in Dim Age “At Present Unspecified”

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  7. Water Snakes in Zoo Had Amebic Dysentery Epidemic

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  8. Huge Photographic Map of Indian Lands to Be Made

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  9. Hardest Known Cosmic Rays Found in Iron Mountain

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  10. Correspondence Course Mortality Found High

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  11. Wingless Rooster Studied at Smithsonian Institution

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  12. Paradox Eclipse Will End the Day before It Begins

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  13. In Science Fields

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  14. Great California Storm Changed Geography

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  15. Sunspot Storms May Lighten Air

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  16. Poisoning of Ducks with Phosphorus Stopped

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  17. February to Be Month without Full Moon

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  18. Neutron Must Be Lighter; New Hope for Atomic Energy

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  19. Special Spectacles Permit Clearer Submarine Vision

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  20. New Discoveries Made at Monte Alban

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  21. Ousted German Scholars Join American Faculties

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  22. Anti-Plague Commission in Manchuria Made Permanent

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  23. Yellow Fever Serum Assures at Least Two-Year Protection

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  24. Nursery Rimes Traced to Ancient Spells

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  25. Nature Ramblings: Oil-Bird

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  26. Engineers to Silence Tires, Mufflers and Power Roar

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  27. Woodpeckers Steal Wasps’ Nests to Store Acorns

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  28. First Glances at New Books

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