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Some Facts and Problems Regarding our Atmosphere

What Soundings Have Taught and What Still Remains to be Learnt

By Alexander McAdie

Safety of Life at Sea

Regulations for Subdivision of Hulls

The Asphalt Group of Fossil Skeletons

At the American Museum of Natural History

By W. D. Matthew

Kapok

A Buoyant Stuffing Which Makes a Mattress into a Life-raft

Antarctic Problems

The Problem of the Antarctic Andes and the Antarctic Horst

By Edgeworth David

Food Production and Population, The Fire-Damp Whistle-Indicator

Theories That the Latter Increases More Than the Former Declared Fallacious by the United States Government

The Rainy Lake Fill

An Episode in the Building of a Three-Thousand Mile Railroad

By Rex Croasdell

Ductile Tungsten

By R. W. Moore

Let the Swing of your Door Wind your Clock

Some Sources of Leakage in the Engineering Industry

Importance of Efficient Tool Equipment, Layout of Plant, Adaptability of Design, and Amount of Stock

By A. A. Peebles

Western Industries in China, Neon Tubes and the Aurora Borealis

The Light that Fails

A Plea for an Eight to Four Working Day

By A. A. Murdoch

Man as a Source of Mechanical Power

His Efficiency in Different Attitudes and With Varying Loads

By A. Lanick

Rust-Proofing Iron and Steel Articles

Processes Based on the Formation of An Oxide Coating

By Emmanuel L. Blassett

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