Popular Science Monthly/Volume 59

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Popular Science Monthly  (1901) 
Volume 59
 
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May 1901

The Carnegie Museum 3
The Aurora Australis, as Observed from the Belgica 21
Progress and Tendency of Mechanical Engineering in the Nineteenth Century I 34
Primitive Color Vision 44
A Study of British Genius IV 59
The Frog as Parent 68
Recent Physiology 81
The Blood of the Nation I 90
Scientific Literature 101
The Progress of Science 104
Obituary of William Jay Youmans 112

June 1901

Our Forest Reservations 115
The Blood of the Nation II 129
Progress and Tendency of Mechanical Engineering in the Nineteenth Century II 141
The Periodic Law 152
A Plea for Pure Science 170
The Malaria-Germ and Allied Forms of Sporozoa 189
The Wild Bird at Arm's Length: A New Method of Bird Study 199
A Study of British Genius V 209
The Progress of Science 217

July 1901

The Transmission of Yellow Fever by Mosquitoes 225
Climate and Carbonic Acid 242
The Peopling of the Philippines I 257
A Study of British Genius VI 266
The Intelligence of Monkeys 273
Cocaine Analgesia of the Spinal Cord 280
The Evidence of Snails on Changes of Land and Sea 284
The Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory 290
The American Association for the Advancement of Science 305
Scientific Literature 315
The Progress of Science 317

August 1901

On Bodies Smaller Than Atoms 323
Gilbert of Colchester 337
The Peopling of the Philippines II 351
Science and Philosophy 361
A Study of British Genius VII 373
Frederic Myers's Service to Psychology 380
The Pose of the Body as Related to the Type of the Cranium and the Direction of the Visual Plane 390
The Great Mortality 402
Discussion and Correspondence 408
Scientific Literature 409
The Progress of Science 411

September 1901

The Greatest Biological Station in the World 419
Henry Cavendish 431
A Study of British Genius VIII 441
The Statistical Study of Evolution 447
The Combating of Tuberculosis 461
The Discovery of the Law of Gravitation 475
Plants as Water-Carriers 492
The Soluble Ferments or Enzymes 497
Discussion and Correspondence 504
Scientific Literature 505
The Progress of Science 506

October 1901

The Progress of Science (speech) 513
Free-Will and the Credit for Good Actions 526
Fog Studies on Mount Tamalpais 535
The French Sardine Industry 542
The Late Epidemic of Smallpox in the United States 557
Food and Land Tenure 568
The Inert Constituents of the Atmosphere 581
Discussion and Correspondence 596
Scientific Literature 599
The Progress of Science 600
Index 605