Vol. 89 No. #23

More Stories from the June 4, 1966 issue

  1. U. S. May Swallow Hook

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  2. Patient Programmed

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  3. No Brain Transplant Seen to Offset Senile Future

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  4. Books of the Week

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  5. Nature Note

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  6. Science Shorts

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  7. Instrumented Chair Records Vital Functions

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  8. First Hurricane in 1966 to Be Named Alma

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  9. MS Study Uses Frogs

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  10. Current U.S. Patents

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  11. Die Casting of Ferrous Metals Successful

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  12. Science Club News

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  13. Vitamin A Improves Cows’ Fertility

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  14. Forty Soldiers Survive Missiles in the Heart

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  15. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  16. Doctors Are Reading

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  17. Front Matter

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  18. Bliss, Metabolism Linked

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  19. Today’s Drug Addicts

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  20. LSD Is Not a Tonic

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  21. [Photograph]: Nutritional Study

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  22. Man-Made Spring Produces Lamb a Week

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  23. Mars Tests May Double

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  24. New Method May Detect Martian Life

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  25. [Photograph]: Desert Soils

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  26. Double Hyper-Nucleus

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  27. Giant Gene in Action

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  28. TB Outbreaks Reported in Navy

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  29. Cancer Tied to Bombing

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  30. ‘Moonwalker’ Helps Crippled Children

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  31. New Phosphate Deposits Found off N. C. Coast

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  32. 1965 USSR Nuclear Test Doubled Sr-90 Fallout

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  33. Plan Hypersonic Craft

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  34. Weather Patterns Mapped Continuously

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  35. Two-Mile Beam Pulsed

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  36. Plastic Fibers Can Transmit Light

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  37. Fiber-Optics Camera Looks around Corners

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  38. Zoo Babies Numerous

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  39. In Science Fields

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  40. Power to Burn

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  41. Hitting the Beach

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  42. Act Provides Activity

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  43. Rat Ovary at Last Acts as Animal Ovary Should

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  44. Computer Conversation Speeds Information

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