Issue: 19030101

Thursday, January 1, 1903
JANUARY, 1903
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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY.
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THE MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN.
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PROFESSOR WILLIAM TRELEASE
IN 1840, Henry Shaw, an Englishman who had settled in St. Louis in 1819, retired from business with the—for that time—large fortune of a quarter of a million dollars. Revisiting the land of his birth, he saw how Englishmen enjoy the fruits of labor such as that by which he had acquired this large sum of money.
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THE SAVING OF VANISHING DATA.
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ALFRED C. HADDON
FIVE years ago I pointed out* that it is well from time to time to take stock of our knowledge and our methods of inquiry, to see whether we are working on sound lines. As the business man finds it necessary to go over his stock periodically and to balance his books, so, also, the scientific man, especially the biologist, should perform an analogous operation, lest perchance he finds out too late that he has been entering on a comparatively non-profitable work, or has been neglecting valuable opportunities.
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THE AMERICAN’S DISTRUST OF THE IMMIGRANT.
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DR. A. J. McLAUGHLIN
OPPOSITION to immigrants is not new. Even in the convention that framed the Constitution a minority looked with distrust at the alien. A little later came the Alien Act of John Adams’s administration. Again, in 1812, the Hartford Convention proclaimed ‘The stock population of these states is amply sufficient to render this nation in due time sufficiently great and powerful.’
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VARIATION IN MAN AND WOMAN.
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HAVELOCK ELLIS
ARE variations more common in males than in females? That is a question which has passed through various phases during the past century. John Hunter, who touched on the matter from a biological standpoint, vaguely indicated that males are more variable than females.
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THE ENGINEERING MIND.
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J. C. SUTHERLAND
IN a fragment of autobiography written some years before his death, Mr. Huxley said: But, though the Institute of Mechanical Engineers would certainly not own me, I am not sure that I have not all along been a sort of mechanical engineer in partibus infidelium.
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POST—GRADUATE DEGREES IN ABSENTIA.
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A. L. BENEDICT
COLLEGE faculties have, within the last few years, conferred postgraduate degrees with conservatism and even reluctance. The time is long past when there was a germ of truth in the assertion that A.M. was a decoration for principals of preparatory schools who sent a sufficient number of students to college, or for young alumni whose interest in their alma mater persisted after graduation.
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MENTAL AND MORAL HEREDITY IN ROYALTY, VI.
BOURBONS IN SPAIN.
Philip V. to the present day.
SUMMARY OF MODERN SPAIN.
EVIDENCE FROM DENMARK.
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DR. FREDERICK F. WOODS
THE male or Hapsburg line having become extinct on the death of Charles II., the Bourbons came upon the Spanish throne. This group may be subdivided into six smaller groups: 1. Children of first marriage of Philip V. 2. Primogeniture line of Spain.
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MENDEL’S LAW.
Exceptions to the Law.
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W. J. SPILLMAN
NO discovery in recent years has aroused more interest amongst biologists than that of Mendel’s Law. If subsequent investigations confirm it as those thus far made have done it can not be considered less than epoch-making. Its importance to plant breeders seems hardly less than that of the atomic theory to the science of chemistry.
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THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE.
THE CONVOCATION OF SCIEN— TIFIC SOCIETIES
THE CARNEGIE INSTITUTION.
THE BRITISH EDUCATION BILL.
OGDEN N. ROOD.
THE PROPOSED ENLARGEMENT OF THE NAPLES STATION.
ARE SOLUTIONS MECHANICAL MIXTURES OR NEW SUBSTANCES?
SCIENTIFIC ITEMS.
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THE American Association for the Advancement of Science and in affiliation with it the American Society of Naturalists and more than twenty special scientific societies will meet in Washington at the end of December and beginning of January.
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