Vol. 25 No. #675

More Stories from the March 17, 1934 issue

  1. Man a Machinist for 10,000 Years

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  2. Nebulae Emptier than Air; Metals Are Frigid Vapor

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  3. Lightning Not Dangerous to Aircraft in Flight

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  4. [Photograph]: Modern Watch Timing

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  5. Energy of Dickens Due to Glandular Balance

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  6. Soviet Scientists Find Radio Roof Higher in Polar Regions

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  7. Movies Show Cells “Running Backwards”

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  8. Research Upholds Idea of Energy Changing into Matter

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  9. Bitten 13 Times, Black Johannes Fears No Snake

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  10. Mosaic Disease Causes Crippled Pea Pods

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  11. New Deal in Forestry Aims at Sustained Yield Management

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  12. Chickens Were Known in Old Testament Days, Art Reveals

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  13. In Science Fields

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  14. Mathematical Measure for Art

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  15. Repeat Again and Again the Name You Want to Remember

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  16. Wheat Found in Clay from New Stone Age Hut

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  17. Egyptians Studied Astronomy with a Piece of String

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  18. Carbon Monoxide May Cause “Mystery” Accidents

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  19. Idea of Germanic Supremacy Ordered Stressed in Teaching

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  20. Scientist Urges Study of Children’s Physical Growth

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  21. Nature Ramblings: Shamrocks and Snakes

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  22. Adrenal Cortex May Help Body Resist Disease

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  23. Spring Begins Wednesday with Sun at Halfway Mark

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  24. First Glances at New Books

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  25. Front Matter

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  26. Speed of Lightning Revealed by Unique Camera Set-up

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