Vol. 24 No. #638

More Stories from the July 1, 1933 issue

  1. Successes in Atom Smashing Evaluated by Dr. Millikan

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  2. Rare Butterfly Specimen Is Half Male, Half Female

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  3. Neon Atoms Smashed, Producing Rare Isotope

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  4. American Physique Superior Because Better Food Eaten

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  5. Six-Year-Old Children Have Brains of Adult Size

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  6. Temperature of Ground Dates Last Ice Age

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  7. [Photograph]: Laying Glass Bricks

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  8. Invisible Radiations Lag in Variable Stars

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  9. Tumor of Pancreas Believed Cause of Much Mental Illness

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  10. Vast Mayan Ruins Found by Briton

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  11. Crescent Moon Meets Venus

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  12. “Demon Frog” Brought to National Museum

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  13. In Science Fields

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  14. Identical Twins Help to Upset Theory of Deafness

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  15. Weighing New-Found Atoms Proves Einstein Was Right

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  16. Summer School in Jungles Planned by Scientists

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  17. Chromium and Uranium: “A Classic of Science”

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  18. X-Rays Show Changes under High Pressures

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  19. Hardening of Brain Arteries Found Factor in Epilepsy

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  20. New Fossils May Represent Ancestors of Jellyfish

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  21. Nature Ramblings: Breathing without Lungs

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  22. Fermentation Frees Seed from Bacterial Disease

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  23. Hope for New Treatment of Addison’s Disease

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  24. Court for Prehistoric Ball Games Found

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  25. Seven Mummies from Texas Cave Brought to Smithsonian

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  26. First Glances at New Books

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  27. Front Matter

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