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Blister Busters

By Charles Lathrop Pack

The Second Scientific American Test for Telepathy

Brought Forth Little Data Which Could Not Be Ascribed to the Operation of Chance

A Doctor Looks at Smoke and Dust

By W. W. McFarland

The Revised Food and Drugs Bill—What it Means to YOU

By T. Swann Harding

Elongating Legs by Surgery

You Have One Chance in a Hundred to Understand Einstein

By Joseph B. Nichols

"Malnutrition" in the British Navy

Streamlining and Your Automobile

Much Greater Gasoline Economy May be Expected When Motor Cars Are Really Streamlined. The Facts of the Mauer, in Non-Technical Language, Are Presented in the Accompanying Article. Will Motor Car Manufacturers Meet the Demand for Greater Efficiency by Producing Automobiles Planned by Airplane Designers?...

By Alexander Klemin

The New Telescope Mirrors

By Henry Norris Russell

Scheduled Atlantic Flying How? When?

By Reginald M. Cleveland

Sundials and their Construction—I

Planning Simple Equatorial and Horizontal Dials

By R. Newton Mayall and Margaret Walton Mayall

The Detection of Food Adulterations and Spoilage—II

(Continued from January)

By K. Bernice Fick


  • Departments

    Across the Editor's Desk, February 1932

  • Attractive Mount Wilson Observatory

  • Our Point of View, February 1932

  • Motor Cars for 1934, Physiological Effects of Alcoholic Drinks and more

  • Books Selected by the Editors, February 1932

  • The "Chipso" Trade Mark*, Important Points Concerning Italian Patents and more

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