Scientific American January 1932 Volume 146 Number 1

By: Munn, Orson D.

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Former owner's name faintly in pencil atop front cover, else unmarked. Stapled contents separated from cover. Covers well-worn but contents good or better. Back cover graced with black and white advertisement from the Committee on Mobilization of Relief Resources featuring image of a man tightening his belt. Features: Seeing with invisible light - use of ultr-violet light makes possible the 9000 power microscope; A new dam-reconditioning method - concrete facing is of novel construction; Editorials - synthetic rubber - studies in sex - we build ships; Is space expanding? - evidence points to the fact that the universe is exploding; Mechanical stevedores aboard ship - ship is converted into a "self-unloader"; Gorilla - greatest of all apes - thrills of a scientific expedition's hunt for gorillas; Safety rules for the airways - Department of Commerce regulations are all-inclusive; Eugenics for cows but not for humans - much of so-called eugenics is based upon fallacies; Marking the nations's boundaries - Questions of state's boundaries are complex and interesting; New York's newest subway cars - cars for new line are greatly improved; What science really is - why had the Greeks or the Chinese no Industrial Revolution?; Erosion Dares the west - a menace and the measures that must be taken to defeat it; From the archeologist's note book; Curious lead tablet, Luristan bronzes, a benevolent hippopotamus, a road of the ages; Analyzing "Archies" shots - Theodolite records shell-bursts in movies for close study; New and exotic delights for our table - many delicious fruit and vegetable immigrants in American markets.

Title: Scientific American January 1932 Volume 146 Number 1

Author Name: Munn, Orson D.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Scientific American Publishing Company: 1932

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 35507795

Keywords: Former owner's name faintly in pencil atop front cover, else unmarked. Stapled contents separated from cover. Covers well-worn but contents good or better. Back cover graced with black and white advertisement from the Committee on Mobilization of Relief Resources featuring image of a man tightening his belt. Features: Seeing with invisible light - use of ultr-violet light makes possible the 9000 power microscope; A new dam-reconditioning method - concrete facing is of novel construction; Editorials - synthetic rubber - studies in sex - we build ships; Is space expanding? - evidence points to the fact that the universe is exploding; Mechanical stevedores aboard ship - ship is converted into a "self-unloader"; Gorilla - greatest of all apes - thrills of a scientific expedition's hunt for gorillas; Safety rules for the airways - Department of Commerce regulations are all-inclusive; Eugenics for cows but not for humans - much of so-called eugenics is based upon fallacies; Making the nations's boundaries - Quesions of state's boundaries are complex and interesting; New York's newest subway cars - cars for new line are greatly improved; What science really is - why had the greeks or the Chinese no Industrial Revolution?; Erosion Dares the west - a menace and the measures that must be taken to defeat it; From the archeologist's note book; Curious lead tablet, Luristan bronzes, a benevolent hippopotamus, a road of the ages; Analyzing "Archies" shots - Theodolite records shell-bursts in movies for close study; New and exotic delights for our table - many delicious fruit and vegetable immigrants in American markets.,