Popular Science Monthly/Volume 21

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Popular Science Monthly  (1882) 
Volume 21
 
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May 1882

Methods and Profit of Tree-Planting 1
Professor Goldwin Smith as a Critic 18
Monkeys 20
The Development of the Senses 34
The Stereoscope: Its History I 37
Measurements of Men 53
Liberty of Thought 60
A Reply to Miss Hardaker on the Woman Question 70
The Genesis of the Sword 79
On the Diffusion of Odors 84
Color-Blindness and Color-Perception 86
Stallo's Concepts of Modern Physics 96
The Tree That Bears Quinine 100
Sketch of John Lubbock, Bart., M.P. 104
Entertaining Varieties 112
Correspondence 121
Editor's Table 123
Literary Notices 127
Popular Miscellany 136
Notes 143

June 1882

Speculative Science 145
The Eye-Like Organs of Fishes 164
The Appointment of College Officers 171
Sir Charles Bell and Physiological Experimentation 178
The Zuni Social, Mythic, and Religious Systems 186
Astronomical Panics 192
The Stereoscope: Its Theory II 197
The Jews in Europe I 205
Chemistry in High-Schools 215
A New Theory of the Sun 223
The Future of Mind 239
About the Molds 244
The Introduction of Domestic Animals 246
Hydrodynamics and Electricity 253
The Cause of Tubercular Disease 257
Sketch of Charles R. Darwin, LL.D. 260
Editor's Table 266
Literary Notices 270
Popular Miscellany 277
Notes 287

July 1882

Plant-Cells and their Contents 289
The Jews in Europe II 300
Porcelain and the Art of its Production 310
The Physiology of Exercise I 317
A Curious Burmese Tribe 328
Problems of Property 331
The Ethics of Vivisection 344
Borax in America 350
Protoplasm 361
The Mechanics of Intermittent Springs 370
A Premature Discussion 376
The Relation of Music to Mental Progress 378
Dr Gunther on the Study of Fishes 383
The Development of Cities 391
Sketch of Professor S. S. Haldeman 395
Entertaining Varieties 402
Correspondence and Editor's Table 406
Literary Notices 410
Popular Miscellany 419
Notes 431

August 1882

The Physiology of Exercise II 433
National Necessities and National Education 444
Acoustic Architecture 454
Progress of the Germ Theory of Disease 462
A Gigantic Fossil Bird 467
The Book-Men 470
About Elephants 480
The Chemistry of Sugar 500
Transcendental Geometry 507
My Spider 513
Sudden Whitening of the Hair 520
How Plants Resist Decay 524
The Topmost Country of the Earth 527
Sketch of Baron Adolf Eric Nordenskiöld 533
Entertaining Varieties 541
Editor's Table 544
Literary Notices 550
Popular Miscellany 560
Notes 575

September 1882

Electric and Gas Illumination 577
Longevity 587
Animal Self-Defense 595
Brazilian Diamonds and their Origin 610
The Functions of an American Manual Training-School 621
A Note on Thought-Reading 634
The Physician of the Future 637
Trials by Fire and Fire-Jugglers 645
Electromania 650
Anthropoid Mythology 645
The Poisons of the Manufactory 663
Littre, Dumas, Pasteur, and Taine 667
The Chinese: Their Manners and Customs 679
Sketch of Thomas Say 687
Entertaining Varieties 692
Editor's Table 696
Literary Notices 699
Popular Miscellany 707
Notes 717

October 1882

Massage: Its Mode of Application and Effects 720
Literature and Science 737
What are Clouds? 751
The Past and Present of the Cuttle-Fishes 753
Mozley on Evolution 767
Explosions and Explosives 773
The Utility of Drunkenness 785
Delusions of Doubt 788
The Progress of American Mineralogy 795
Industrial Education in Public Schools 809
Physiognomic Curiosities I 817
The Formation of Saline Mineral Waters 826
A Partnership of Animal and Plant Life 835
Professor Rudolf Virchow 836
Editor's Table 843
Literary Notices 847
Popular Miscellany 855
Notes 863
Index 865