What was the mystery of this great ship from the dark, deep reaches of space? For, within its death filled chambers was the avenue of life!
By Alan E. Nourse
Illustrated by Ed Emsh
John Sabo, second in command, sat bolt upright in his bunk, blinking wide eyed at the darkness. The alarm was screaming through the Satellite Station, its harsh, nerve jarring clang echoing and re echoing down the metal corridors, penetrating every nook and crevice and cubicle of the lonely outpost, screaming incredibly through the dark slee...
One can't be too cautious about the
people one meets in Tangier. They're all
weirdies of one kind or another.
I'm A Stranger
By MACK REYNOLDS
The Place de France is the town's hub. It marks the end of Boulevard
Pasteur, the main drag of the westernized part of the city, and the
beginning of Rue de la Liberté, which leads down to the Grand Socco and
the medina. In a three minute walk from the Place de France you can go
from an ultra modern, California like resort to the Baghdad of...
This etext was produced from Astounding Stories March 1932.
Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that
the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.
[Illustration: He could see, above them, the belly of
a white ship ]
The Hammer of Thor
By Charles Willard Diffin
[Sidenote: Like the Hammer of Thor was the clash of Danny O'Rourke
with the mysterious ...
STUDIES OF AMERICAN FUNGI, MUSHROOMS, EDIBLE, POISONOUS, ETC.
GEORGE FRANCIS ATKINSON
Professor of Botany in Cornell University, and Botanist of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station
Recipes for Cooking Mushrooms, by Mrs. Sarah Tyson Rorer
Chemistry and Toxicology of Mushrooms, by J. F. Clark
With 230 Illustrations from Photographs by the Author, and Colored Plates by F. R. Rathbun
[Illustration: PLATE 1.
FIG. 1. Amanita muscaria. FIG. 2. A. frostiana. Copyright 1900.]
[Illustration: Printer's logo.]
This etext was produced from Astounding Stories January 1933. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.
The Table of Contents is not part of the original magazine.
A Sequel to "Seed of the Arctic Ice"
Under Arctic Ice
A Complete Novelette
By H.G. Winter
I An Empty Roo...
THE SEXUAL LIFE OF THE CHILD
By Dr. Albert Moll
TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN BY DR. EDEN PAUL
WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY EDWARD L. THORNDIKE PROFESSOR OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
NEW YORK THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1919 All rights reserved
COPYRIGHT, 1912, BY THE MACMILLAN COMPANY.
Set up and electrotyped. Published June, 1912.
NORWOOD PRESS J. S. Cushing Co. Berwick & Smith Co. Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.
Dr. Moll is a gifted physician of long experience whose work with th...
T. BAILEY SAUNDERS, M.A.
ON HUMAN NATURE.
FREE WILL AND FATALISM
The following essays are drawn from the chapters entitled Zur Ethik
and Zur Rechtslehre und Politik which are to be found both in
Schopenhauer's Parerga and in his posthumous writings. As in my
previous volumes, so also in this, I have omitted a few passages which
appeared to me to be either antiqu...
OUTLINES OF LESSONS IN BOTANY.
PART I.: FROM SEED TO LEAF
FOR THE USE OF TEACHERS, OR MOTHERS STUDYING WITH THEIR CHILDREN.
JANE H. NEWELL.
ILLUSTRATED BY H.P. SYMMES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. PLANTS AND THEIR USES
3. Purification of the Air
1. Directions for raising in the Schoolroom
2. Study of Morning Glory, Sunflower, Bean, and Pea
3. Comparison with other Dicotyledons
4. Nature of the Caulicle
5. Leaves of Seedlings
7. Food of Se...
World War IV has dragged on for 12 years and the whole world is drained and tired of the killing and destruction. One man, a high school chemistry teacher from St. Louis in the USA, is serving his latest forced stint in the UN forces when something strange happens to him. He dies but yet he doesn't. What if you had the power to bring peace to the entire world? What would you do? This story explores a frightening and strange journey into the murky depths of human needs and desires and how they can twist and turn back upon us.
Tom Corbett - Space Cadet was one of the first multimedia sensations. In the 1950s the character had his own radio show, TV series, comic book, breakfast cereal, and a line of young-adult novels. A cross between "Tom Brown's School Days" and Horatio Hornblower (and loosely based upon Robert A. Heinlein's novel "Space Cadet"), the books follow the adventures of Tom and his friends Roger Manning and Astro as they work their way through Space Academy to become officers of the Solar Guard. Along the way they tangle with space pirates, smugglers, and the threat of demerits for breaking the rules.