Science and Invention, 09:01 May 1921





This G-Book® downloadable e-magazine reproduces the May 1921 issue of Science and Invention, Vol. 9, No. 1, Whole No. 97. The feature story is "The Human Aura" by Hugo Gernsback. Also included is a future science story titled "Doctor Hackensaw's Secrets" about cloning.

Main Contents of this Issue:

  • Two Billion Horsepower (H. Gernsback)
  • Double and Triple-Decking Busy City Thorofares
  • Science in Stageland (H. Winfield Secor)
  • Monsters of Long Ago (Dr. E. Bade)
  • To Raise Sunken Ships in 24 Hours
  • Doctor Hackensaw's Secrets (Clement Fezandie)
  • Bombing Planes Versus Battleships
  • Colloidal Fuel (Prof. T. O'Conor Sloane)
  • The Silent Conductor
  • Radium in Cancer Treatment (Joseph H. Kraus)
  • Cobwebs (William M. Butterfield)
  • Boulder Canyon Dam 700 Feet Wide and 300 Feet Wide
  • The Human Aura (H. Gernsback)
  • Remarkable Siberian Habitation
  • Liquid Rheostat of Small Currents
  • Optical Lenses Colored by Electricity (Harry Rosenthal)
  • A Novel A.C. Motor
  • Loud-speaking 'Phone Calls Streets
  • 1/10,000,000,000th Atmosphere Vacuum Pump (L.A. Hawkins)
  • Electric Light from Spigot
  • Amateur Moving Picture Apparatus (Pierre Marechal)
  • Forming a Single Crystal Wire (Dr. Alfred Gradenwitz)
  • Nature's Fly Traps (Jay G. Hobson)
  • Popular Astronomy: Sun Spots and the Weather (Isabel M. Lewis)
  • Motor Hints
  • Home Mechanics (William M. Butterfield)
  • Home Electrics (G.L. Hoadley)
  • The Constructor: Electric Turn-table for Private Garages (H. Johnstone)
  • Electric Weather Forecasting for Amateurs (Everett Leo Deeter)
  • Paraffin--Its Properties and Use
  • A Compensated Selenium Cell (W.L. Gripenberg)
  • How-To-Make-It
  • Wrinkles, Recipes, Formulas: Interesting Chemical Experiments (O. Ivan Lee)
  • Radio Department: New York Radio Convention
  • Ship Line Finds Use for Telemegafone (Arthur H. Lynch)
  • "Radio Vaudeville" Heard Miles Away
  • A Decrementer for the Amateur
  • Compact Audion Control Unit
  • Latest Patents
  • What to Invent (Jay G. Hobson)
  • Scientific Humor
  • The Oracle
  • Patent Advice (H. Gernsback)
  • Opportunity Ad-Lets

Publisher: Experimenter Publishing Company, Inc., 1921
Editor: Hugo Gernsback
Size: 8.15" x 11.75"
: Volume 9: Number 1; Whole No. 97; May 1921
Pages: 109
Download Size: 75 MB
Resolution: 200 ppi resolution, sufficient to zoom to at least 200% actual size.
Copyright Status: ©2009 All Rights Reserved

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