Vol. 22 No. #586

More Stories from the July 2, 1932 issue

  1. Indians Ate Red Peppers Nearly a Thousand Years Ago

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  2. Mongolia No Promised Land for Emigrants from Crowded China

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  3. Nature Ramblings: Our Friend the Bat

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  4. Two New Comets Discovered by American and Australian

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  5. First Glances at New Books

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  6. Volume Information

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  7. Front Matter

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  8. Deadly Radiations Produced from Living Human Body

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  9. 600 Miles per Hour Is Limit of Speed for Present Planes

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  10. 1200-Foot Hole Will Seek Geological Evidence

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  11. Boats Could Double Speed Skimming Surface of Water

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  12. Old Age May Be Postponed by Calcium and Phosphorus

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  13. Rooster Saves Self by Leading Band of Quail

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  14. New-Found Java Skull Hints of Tropical Origin of Man

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  15. Auroral Green Light Found in Flaring Stars

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  16. New Apparatus Measures Kennelly-Heaviside Signals

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  17. Astronomer Suggests Comets Born of Eruptions from Jupiter

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  18. Tiny Organisms in Sea Soak up Much Sunlight

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  19. [Photograph]: Lightning Strikes a Pose

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  20. Erratum: Nerves Grow As If With Aim A.A.A.S. Prize Paper Shows

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  21. Erratum: Slight Changes in Car Design Would Decrease Accidents

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  22. Erratum: In Science Fields: River Improved to Bring Radium to Civilization

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  23. Erratum: In Science Fields: “Feminist” Ducks Foist Family Cares on Others

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  24. Erratum: Vitamin A Concentrated in Halibut Liver Oil

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  25. Erratum: Ancient Earth of Mexico Reveals New Treasure Tomb

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  26. Erratum: New Kind of Atom Smashing Liberates Millions of Volts

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  27. Erratum: [Photograph]: Honoring a Founder

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  28. Erratum: In Science Fields: Sprouting of Drunken Seeds First Speeded, Then Delayed

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  29. New Vaccine Gives Immunity to American Typhus Fever

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  30. Hollow Steel Planks Form New Flooring

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  31. Stars and Planets Brighten Sky

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