Popular Science Monthly/Volume 10

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Popular Science Monthly  (1876) 
Volume 10
 
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November 1876

What American Zoologists Have Done for Evolution: 1876 Speech I 1
The Early History of Fire 17
Physical Science in English Schools 23
Nature of the Invertebrate Brain II 27
Prenatal and Infantile Culture 38
Professor Huxley's Lectures I 43
The Moon's Influence on the Weather 56
Difficulties of Development as Applied to Man 60
The So-Called Conflict of Science and Religion 72
Astronomy in America 75
Is the Development Hypothesis Sufficient? 86
Sketch of Dr. Arnott 100
Correspondence 102
Editor's Table 103
Literary Notices 108
Miscellany 112
Notes 127

December 1876

Fermentation and its Bearings on the Phenomena of Disease 129
The Protection of Buildings from Lightning 154
Mormonism from a Mormon Point of View 156
More Concerning Mechanical Tools 173
What American Zoologists Have Done for Evolution: 1876 Speech II 181
The Laws of Health 198
Canine Sagacity 202
Professor Huxley's Lectures II 207
On Variation in the Moths 223
The Constancy of Motion 225
Sketch of Professor Mayer 230
Correspondence and Editor's Table 234
Literary Notices 240
Miscellany 247
Notes 255

January 1877

The Earlier Forms of Life 257
Theories of Primitive Marriage 272
Professor Huxley's Lectures III 285
The Study and Teaching of Biology 298
The Parallel Roads of Glen Roy 309
Science in America 313
Mental Overwork 326
The Medical Profession in Modern Thought 330
About Sharks 348
Aboriginal Settlements of the Pacific Coast 353
Sketch of Sir William Thomson 357
Correspondence 361
Editor's Table 363
Literary Notices 372
Popular Miscellany 378
Notes 383

February 1877

The Trial of Galileo 385
Distance and Dimensions of the Sun 402
Education as a Science I 418
The Production of Cognac Brandy 428
Ups and Downs of the Long Island Coast 434
An American Astronomical Achievement 446
Nature and Life in Lapland 450
Physiology of Mind-Reading 459
Compressed-Air Locomotive in St Gothard Tunnel 473
Gas Manufacture and Gas Companies 478
Sketch of Professor J. P. Cooke Jr. 491
Editor's Table 496
Literary Notices 500
Popular Miscellany 507
Notes 512

March 1877

Education as a Science II 513
Formation of Raindrops and Hailstones 522
On the Study of Biology 527
How the Earth was Regarded in Old Times 542
How the Earth was Explored in 1876 553
Is the Moon a Dead Planet? 568
Size of the Principal Telescopes in the World 574
The Journeyings and Dispersal of Animals 576
The Early Man of North America 582
Biographical Sketch of Thomas Edward 594
Correspondence 609
Editor's Table 615
Literary Notices 621
Popular Miscellany 631
Notes 639

April 1877

A Combat with an Infective Atmosphere 641
Relations of the Air to our Clothing 654
Audubon's Lily Rediscovered 675
The Plant-Eaters of North America 678
The Science vs the Art of Chemistry 691
Vital Statistics 697
World-Creations 701
Accoutrement of a Field-Geologist 708
On the Annihilation of the Mind 715
The First Popular Scientific Treatise 718
The Ball-Paradox 725
Laboratory Endowment 729
The Origin and Curiosities of the Arabic Numerals 736
The Scientific Labors of William Crookes 739
Correspondence 742
Editor's Table 746
Literary Notices 751
Popular Miscellany 757
Notes 767
Index 769