Vol. 27 No. #727

More Stories from the March 16, 1935 issue

  1. Scientist Makes Study of “Seven Ages of a Fossil”

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  2. First Glances at New Books

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  3. Front Matter

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  4. Temperature and Humidity Recorded by Same Instrument

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  5. Brightness of Meteors Studied by Harvard

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  6. Science Fights Crime with New Inventions

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  7. Razor Blade That Lasts Six Months Shown

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  8. Man Just an Accident Says Sir Arthur Eddington

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  9. Scientists May Be Searching Vainly for Negative Proton

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  10. Long Radio Blurbs Hard to Remember

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  11. Leningrad Institute Celebrates 50th Anniversary

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  12. New Government Charts Indicate Diet Requirements

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  13. Russians Explore Caucasus Hills

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  14. Red Man and Irishman Have Problems in Common

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  15. Western Dust Reaches Ocean for Second Time

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  16. Radiophone Used to Send Medical Advice to Ship

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  17. In Science Fields

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  18. First Vision

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  19. [Photograph]: Could You Name This Bird?

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  20. Masculine Hair Bristling Due to Skin Thickness

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  21. American Mummies Found Well Preserved

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  22. Infrared Light Useful in Study of Coal

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  23. [Photograph]: False Head for Importance

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  24. Age of Modern Man in Doubt with Failure to Find “Cradle”

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  25. Chinese Paper Windows Admit More Ultraviolet

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  26. Rare, Fatal Muscle Weakness Checked by New Treatment

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  27. Moscow Subway Now Ready for Opening

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  28. Nature Ramblings: “Irish Snakes”

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  29. Permanent Jobs Considered Obsolete

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