SCIENCE MARCHES ON by James-Ed. Stokley


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Report repeated from page 578 of the September 15th bulletin, as follows: ""A more permanent preservation of a series of a science talks which have been given through the years on the General Electric Company's Science Forum radio program, by specialists in each field. Here, accessible to all, are the latest findings on all kinds of puzzling phenomena, and the range varies from the maturation of science to the value of science fiction, from climate, hypertension, isotopes, hayfever, biological warfare, to photographing the ocean's floor, Atlantis, sound waves, meteors, the sun, the dodo, the bat, protoplasm, longevity, atomic energy, etc. etc. A book which should have both an older and a younger market.

Publisher: Ives Washburn