Popular Science Monthly/Volume 75

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Popular Science Monthly  (1909) 
Volume 75
 
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July 1909

Natural Resistance to Infectious Disease and its Reinforcement 5
Some Practical Aspects of Gyrostatic Action 20
Josiah Willard Gibbs and his Relation to Modern Science III 41
A Revolution in Dentistry 49
The Origin of the Nervous System and its Appropriation of Effectors I 56
The Preparation for the Study of Medicine 65
Darwinism in the Theory of Social Evolution 75
Darwin's Influence Upon Philosophy 60
The Progress of Science 99

August 1909

The Future of Astronomy 105
The Future of Mathematics 117
The Druid Stones of Brittany 124
The Origin of the Nervous System and its Appropriation of Effectors II 137
The Variational Factor in Handwriting 147
Jane Lathrop Stanford 157
Life from the Biologist's Standpoint 174
Josiah Willard Gibbs and his Relation to Modern Science IV 191
The Progress of Science 204

September 1909

Capacity of the United States for Population 209
Peale's Museum 221
The Theory of Individual Development 239
The Origin of the Nervous System and its Appropriation of Effectors III 253
Another Mode of Species Forming 264
Henri Poincare and the French Academy 267
Collecting and Camping Afoot 274
The Necessity for an International Language 281
What Is a Living Animal? How Much of it Is Alive? 289
Abandoned Canals of the State of New York 297
The Progress of Science 306

October 1909

The Hudson-Fulton Celebration of 1909 313
The Origin of the Nervous System and its Appropriation of Effectors IV 338
The Service of Zoology to Intellectual Progress 346
The Emmanuel Movement from a Medical View-Point 358
The Atlantic Forest Region of North America 370
Latin vs German 393
The Last Census and its Bearing on Crime 398
Simple Lessons from Common Things 404
The Progress of Science 411

November 1909

The Shifting of the Earth's Axis 417
Desert Scenes in Zacatecas 435
The World of Life as Visualized and Interpreted by Darwinism 452
Mental Inheritance 458
Astronomical Superstitions 469
Geographic Influences in the Development of Ohio 479
The Decimal System of Numbers 490
The Argument for Organic Evolution Before the Origin of Species I 499
The Progress of Science 515

December 1909

The Planet Venus 521
The Argument for Organic Evolution Before the Origin of Species II 537
An Arraignment of the Theories of Mimicry and Warning Colors 550
What Pragmatism Is, as I Understand it 569
Immigration and the Future American Race 590
Environment and Productive Scholarship 597
Medieval Creation Myths 610
The Progress of Science 614
Index 621