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How Much Poison Can We Eat?

By T. Swann Harding

Telepathy? Mind-Reading

The Distance Flier Takes a Chance

But Highly Refined Devices Act To Reduce the Gambling Element

By Reginald M. Cleveland

Stellar Atmospheres

By Henry Norris Russell

More Water for the Panama Canal

By E. S. Randolph

A Sculptor Turns Anthropologist

A Woman Artist Circles the Globe to Fix Native Types in Imperishable Materials

The Amateur and his Microscope—V

Exploring Unknown Waters

By Julian D. Corrington

Solar Tides

By H.A. Marmer

A Rapid-Fire Weapon to Fight Tuberculosis

There is no Sand in Sandpaper

And a New Process of Making This Important Product Regiments Its Grains, Point Outward, Electrostatically

The Problem of the Divining Rod

By Count Carl Von Klinckowstroem

Mysteries of Movie Make-Up

Making An Actor Look Like Someone Else is an Art Requiring Skill, Time, and Patience

Farm Problems and the Machine

By Harry G. Davis

Departments

  • Departments

    Across the Editor's Desk, November 1933

  • Where Man and Nature Blend

  • Our Point of View, November 1933

  • The Brocken Ghost "Laid" by Cameraman, More Uses for Copper and more

  • Books Selected by the Editors

  • Radio Tube Patents Granted, Eye "Institute" Curbed and more

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