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The Marines Have Landed

By A. D. Rathbone

Meet the Jeep

The United States Army's Answer to Schicklegrube Panzer Divisions

By Jo Chamberlin

Decoy Blackouts

Dummy Airfields, Deserted Roads, and Empty Areas


Paranoia: Dementia Praecox, or Schizophrenia: Paresis: Senile Dementia: Toxic Insanity

By L. J. Pankow

Impaired Sight, Asylums, and more

Induced by Insulin Ofset by Oxygen

Malodorous Mercaptans

Removal of Sulfur Compounds From Gasoline Gives Greater Susceptibility to Ethyl Fluid

By H. W. Field

Plastics Priorities, Replacements and more

Made Necessary Where Methanol is Needed

Molecular Spectra

More Complicated than the Spectra of Atoms, They Also Tell us More

By Henry Norris Russell

How They, Do It

By Prestidigitation. Dunninger Duplicates Phenomena that have Fooled the Public

Dr. Carrel's Immortal Chicken Heart

Present Authentic Facts about This Oft-Falsified Scientific Celebrity"

By Albert H. Ebeling

In Big Demand, Crystals

Wheat Peeled for Better Bread

Process Developed by Mining Engineer Retains Grain Elements. Eliminates Fibrous Husks

By H. T. Rutledge

Desert Alphabet

Strange Letters of Stone are Found in the Sand Wastes of South western Arizona

By Joseph C. Coyle

Troposphere, Anti-Freeze, and more

Studies Carried Out Near Sea-Level

Soldering, Insulation, and more

Stand Holds Iron And Magnifier

Molded Plywood Planes

Plastics Plus Multi-Layered Veneer Used in Construction of New Two-Engined Ship

By Alexander Klemin

Airplane Armor, Midget Engine, and more

Welding Produces Intricate Curved Sections


  • 50 Years Ago, January 1942

  • From the Editor

    Our Point of View, January 1942

  • Recommended

    Our Book Corner, January 1942

  • Departments

    Industrial Trends, January 1942

  • Current Bulletin Briefs, January 1942

  • Camera Angles, January 1942

  • Your Firearms and Fishing Tackle, January 1942

  • Telescoptics, January 1942

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