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The Scientist in an Unscientific Society

By Henry A. Wallace

A Flying Hotel

Double the Size of the Graf Zeppelin, the LZ 129 Will Provide Many Passenger Comforts

By Wolfgang Lambrecht

Airmail

American Air Transport Operators Have Built Up the Finest System of Its Kind in the World. "They Can Do Even Better if They Do Not Have to Play With Loaded Dice."

By Reginald M. Cleveland

Race Betterment by Human Sterilization

By J. H. Landman

Fading Belief in Life on Other Planets

By Henry Norris Russell

Modernizing the U.S.S. 'Mississippi'

By W. D. Puleston

Objectives in Amateur Photography

Nitrogen Fixation and the Future

By Chaplin Tyler

The Amateur and his Microscope--XI Photographing Specimens

By John F. Brand T and John V. Butterfield

Full-Size Coal Mine in a Museum

Around the World with Short-Wave Radio

By Louis Martin

Departments

  • Golf Ball with "Shot in the Arm", Freshness of Fish Indicated by Voltage and more

  • Departments

    Modern Warships Of The Sea And Air

  • Our Point of View, June 1934

  • Books Selected by the Editors, June 1934

  • Sees Danger in Patents on Scientific Discoveries, New Ideas for Railroads and more

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June 1934

See the World from a Different Perspective

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