Vol. 22 No. #588

More Stories from the July 16, 1932 issue

  1. Double Weight Hydrogen Found in Water Electrolysis

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  2. Russian “Velvet Tree” May Compete with Cork Oak

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  3. Millions of American Clocks Have Only Five-Second Error

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  4. Michigan Fish Often Have More than One Head

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  5. Diabetic Burns Fat Instead of Sugar during Exercise

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  6. Cosmic Ray Intensity Varies with Change in Latitude

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  7. Male Butterfly Carries Perfume for His Mate

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  8. People with “Nerves” Found to Be Most Accident Prone

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  9. Explosions Photographed by Revolving Mirror

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  10. Russian Scientist Predicts Finding of New Arctic Isle

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  11. Art Reveals Mankind’s Ailments

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  12. Canadian Research Building Ready for Use at Ottawa

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  13. Present Year of Depression Breaks Good Health Record

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  14. Darwin on Missing Links: “A Classic of Science”

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  15. Nudism Unnecessary for Sufficient Ultraviolet Light

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  16. Frequent Use of Hypnotism Urged upon Psychiatrists

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  17. In Science Fields

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  18. Malaria Cases Traced to Drug Addict’s Syringe

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  19. Mexico Is Visited by Another Earthquake

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  20. Malignant Tumors Abound with Fatty Substances

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  21. Mme. Curie’s Daughter Confirms Neutrons

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  22. Hundreds of Monte Alban Tombs Yet Unexplored

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  23. New Comet Probably Twin to Newman Comet

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  24. X-Ray “Baths” Now Possible for Patients with Tumors

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  25. Nature Ramblings: Striped Bass

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  26. First Glances at New Books

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  27. Front Matter

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