Vol. 23 No. #614

More Stories from the January 14, 1933 issue

  1. First Glances at New Books

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  2. Front Matter

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  3. Waste of Metals, Coal and Oil May Starve Machine Age

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  4. Artist Paints Spectra of Light in Upper Atmosphere

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  5. Caterpillars Hear Sounds Audible to Man

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  6. London’s Main Street of First Century Found

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  7. Secrets of Energy Source Sought in Chlorophyll Study

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  8. Scientists Measure Size of Genes without Seeing Them

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  9. Airship Engineers Design New Gasoline Tank Truck

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  10. Serum-Virus Mixture Protects from Paralysis

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  11. Good Health of Old Year to Continue into 1933

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  12. 70-Year Life Expectancy Foreseen for Americans

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  13. People Learn Faster When Not Punished for Mistakes

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  14. Epicenter of Alaskan Quake Located in Mountains

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  15. [Photograph]: The Horse That Ran like a Dog

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  16. Studies Show Alaskan Forest Is Marching into Arctic

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  17. In Science Fields

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  18. New Type Atom-Smashing Generator Nears Completion

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  19. Oxygen-Hungry Gases Held to Be Cause of Haystack Fires

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  20. Mosses’ Lowly Cousins Give Shelter to Fungus

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  21. Social Inventions Are Needed to Keep Pace with Science

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  22. Indians’ “Hot Dog” Magic Conjures up North Wind

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  23. Largest Ship to Recoup Loss of France’s Atlantique

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  24. California Indians Had Tradition of Redeemer

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  25. Skeleton Guards Relieved of Duty at Monte Alban

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  26. Modern Laboratory Duplicates King Tut’s Purple Gold

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  27. Nature Ramblings: An Ancient Aristocracy

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  28. Rabbit and Rat Embryos Are Grown in Laboratory

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  29. Babies behind Glass Plate Tested to Learn Behavior

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