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History in the Talkies

Necessitates a Vast Amount of Research for Accuracy and a Certain Amount of Legitimate Trickery

By Andrew R. Boone

Television in England

A Brief Survey of Events of 1932 That are Indicative of the General Trend

More About Meteors

By Henry Norris Russell

Leveling Out Hills With More Precise Molecules

How a Study of an Automobile's Digestion Points the Way to More Power

By Wheeler G. Lovell

A World's Fair in the Making

Underneath the Artist's Paint

Seeing an Unseen World

By William D. Grier

The Amateur Rides a New Hobby

By Albert G. Ingalls

Reinforcing A Weak Spot in Our Diet

By H. V. Moss

Water Conservation--the Key to National Development

By Calvin V. Davis

A Vegetable From the Dark

By A. A. Hopkins

The Telephone Goes to Sea

Phoning From The Fishing Fleet Is Now As Easy As Phoning From Your Own Home

By C. W. Tucker

Cheap Light Bulb Fallacies

Low Cost Bulbs May Mean High Electric Light Bills

Departments

  • Departments

    Across the Editor's Desk, February 1933

  • Back of Frontispiece, February 1933

  • Faithful Reproductions of Historical Objects

  • Our Point of View, February 1933

  • Germs More Harmful from Active Cases, Perpetual Motion—Almost and More

  • Protection of Industrial Designs*, Furnace Patent Valid and Infringed and More

  • Books Selected By The Editors, February 1933

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February 1933