Vol. 24 No. #647 Archives

More Stories from the September 2, 1933 issue

  1. Individual Needs Considered in Re-Employment Program

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  2. Physicist Reconciles Views of Matter and Electricity

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  3. Ozone Most Abundant Eight Miles above Earth

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  4. [Photograph]: They Still Whistle

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  5. Dead Seas Hoard Minute Amounts of “Heavy” Water

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  6. Idle Boilers Protected from Rust with Ammonia

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  7. Look Overhead

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  8. Tastiest Liquids Come out of Green Bottles

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  9. In Science Fields

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  10. New Research Promises to Solve Maya Writing System

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  11. American Chemists Struggle to Overcome Potash Monopoly

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  12. New Glass Bends Far before Breaking

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  13. Use of Ultraviolet Light Spreading Rapidly in Industry

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  14. Meteors Shower Earth at Increased Rates

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  15. Fern Prints Left in Lava That Killed Them

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  16. Modern Rooms Redecorated by Flip of Light Switch

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  17. Urn Pattern Existed Long before Urns Were Made

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  18. Bishop and Scientist Writes on Scientific Theory and Religion

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  19. More Luxury and Comfort Visioned in Future Automobile

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  20. Nature Ramblings: Hackberry

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  21. Australians Rout Cactus and Seek to Maintain Supremacy

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  22. First Glances at New Books

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  23. Front Matter

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  24. Ultra-Short Radio Waves Sent around Curvature of Earth

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  25. [Photograph]: At First Meeting of President’s Board

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