Vol. 58 No. #10 Archives

More Stories from the September 2, 1950 issue

  1. Enough Fertilizer for Entire World

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  2. New Machines and Gadgets

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  3. Front Matter

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  4. From Now on: Behavior

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  5. Immunity from Dog Plague

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  6. Clue to USSR Character

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  7. U. S. Can Live in Peace with USSR by Firm Policy

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  8. [Photograph]: Inside View

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  9. Photo-Plastic Puts “X” on Strains in Machines

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  10. Cancer Hospital Opens

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  11. Electrical Fields Distort Atoms in Catalytic Action

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  12. Plane’s Detachable Cargo Compartment Is Versatile

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  13. Anti-Disease Bill Passes

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  14. [Photograph]: First Detachable Fuselage

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  15. Starvation Affects Heart

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  16. Powerful Drug, Tapazol, Treats Thyroid Trouble

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  17. Eight-Bladed Propellors for Turbo-Prop Engines

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  18. In Science Fields

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  19. The Big Itch Bites the Dust

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  20. Resentment Causes Hives

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  21. Arrangement Irregularities Govern Material Strength

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  22. Giannini Sues Government

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  23. Draft by Occupation

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  24. Animal Diseases Which Attack Man Studied

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  25. Nature Ramblings: Holly

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  26. BAL, Anti-Gas Drug, Saves Dogs from Arsenic Poison

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  27. “SAM” Protects Uncle from A-Bomb Planes

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  28. Rice Blasting Removes Engine Carbon

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  29. Books of the Week

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  30. Bacteria, like Body Cells, Divide by Mitosis

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