Vol. 83 No. #1

More Stories from the January 5, 1963 issue

  1. Tiniest and Largest Zinnias Win Awards

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  2. Counterclockwise Swirls in Bath Hard to Prove

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  3. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  4. Doctors Are Reading

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  5. Front Matter

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  6. Scientia International

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  7. Squirrel Pests Denounced by National Pest Control

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  8. Ancient Sacred Site Believed Discovered

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  9. Warning to Mankind

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  10. [Photograph]: Amphibian

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  11. Critical Periods Decide Babies’ Later Attachment

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  12. Arthritis Pain Affected by Change in Weather

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  13. Tough Plastic so Good Almost Discarded

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  14. Magnetic Field of Venus Undetectable by Mariner

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  15. Fast Data Communication

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  16. Electronic Computer for Newspaper Typesetting

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  17. Electron Beam Cuts Hardest Substances

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  18. Birth Rate Down

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  19. Smaller Families Foreseen

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  20. New Cancer Weapon Seen

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  21. Mental Deficiency Drugs

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  22. [Photograph]: Reactor Mosaic

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  23. New Jaundice Test Shows Children-Adult Difference

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  24. In Science Fields

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  25. Weather Next Season?

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  26. Frost Penetration Statisticians: Morticians

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  27. Books of the Week

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  28. Eye Changes Caused by Drugs for Arthritis

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  29. News from Science Clubs

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  30. Coexistence Not Seen in War of Earthworms

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  31. Patents of the Week

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  32. British Salmon Migrate 2,000 Miles to near Arctic

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