Vol. 25 No. #673
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More Stories from the March 3, 1934 issue

  1. [Photograph]: Electrification

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  2. Children Learn Best at “Psychological Moments”

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  3. Functions of Brain Areas Revealed by New Technique

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  4. Occupation Sampling Suggested to the Young

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  5. Lameness Traced to Knife Blade in Brain

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  6. First Chemical Proof Obtained for Artificial Transmutation

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  7. Greatest Sun Heat Set at 21 Million Degrees

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  8. Yellowstone Park Has Great New Hot Pool

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  9. Americans Propose Theory of Electron and Positron

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  10. House Bill Restores Cuts in Research

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  11. CWA Worker Finds Copy of “The New World”

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  12. 200-Inch Telescope Mirror to Be Coated with Aluminum

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  13. Mink and Silver Fox Farms Show Profit

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  14. In Science Fields

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  15. Spring Is Coming

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  16. Shortest Radio Waves Measure Molecules

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  17. New Electric Eye Has Persistence of Vision

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  18. 15-Foot Herring Swam in Dinosaurian Seas

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  19. Cold Waves Follow Unusual Route

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  20. Nature Ramblings: The Years of the Locust

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  21. Prof. Compton Interprets Stratosphere Results

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  22. Infrared Lights Declared Impractical for Fog Flying

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  23. One Child in Three Died in Ancient Indian Village

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  24. First Glances at New Books

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  25. Front Matter

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  26. Scientists Combat Contention That Science Destroys Jobs

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